How to easily clear the cache on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy 6 Edge

Here’s how to clear cache on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, clearing cache on any smartphone came handy in many ways. Not every one of us know how to clear cache on Samsung devices, today i’ll give you a walk through on clearing cache on Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. In the following guide i’ll tell you how to clear apps cache and device cache.

There is no need for root or using any third party apps, although there are some pretty good apps to use but let’s not go there, please follow all the steps carefully in order to clear cache on Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

How to easily clear the cache on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy 6 Edge:

Step#1: First Goto your app drawer on your device.

Step#2: Now tap on Settings icon.

Step#3: In Settings menu scroll down and tap on Application Manager.

Step#4: Now here you’ll see the list of all Apps on your device.

Step#5: To clear a single app cache tap on the app form the list.

Step#6: Now Tap on Clear Cache.

Step#7: If you want to clear all the apps cache and data. Then goto Storage from the settings menu.

Step#8: Tap on Cached Data.

Step#9: Tap Ok to clear all the cached data.

All Done !!

How to wipe the system cache on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge:

Step#1: Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S6.

Step#2: Now press and hold Power, Volume Up and the Home button together.

Step#3: When you see blue screen with Android logo release the buttons.

Step#4: You’ll be in recovery mode now, use volume buttons to scroll and highlight the Wipe Cache Partition, Press power button to confirm it.

Step#5: It will take few seconds to complete the process.

Step#6: Once the process is completed, Reboot your device.

All Done !

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