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How to Clear app cache and data in Galaxy S7 Edge

How to : For Galaxy S7 Edge

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Having trouble with unresponsive apps? It might be the time to give them a good spring cleaning. No need to worry, You don’t have to uninstall or reset your phone. Just clearing the app cache or data will solve the problem. Simply Cache is a  hardware or software component and it stores data. The job of this cache is facilitating to load or do tasks quickly. Furthermore, the data stored in a cache might be the result of an earlier computation or a copy of data stored elsewhere. Android apps also use this cache component.Android updates app cache automatically. Hence user do not need to interfere with it.

But some apps might misbehave or become slower due to corrupted cache or data. If any of your apps show this behavior, it might be the time to clear it’s cache and data. When You do this any problematic files or bugs in the app will be deleted and hopefully the troubles made by apps will go away. 

Clearing app ‘cache’ on Galaxy S7 Edge

The procedure for clearing cache and data of your Galaxy S7 Edge  is shown below in few easy steps for your convenience;

  1. First Open Settings.
  2. Then Go to Apps.
  3. Then Go to More settings at the upper right.
  4. Select Show system apps.
  5. Then Find and tap your app which you want to clear cache.
  6. Then Go to Storage.
  7. Tap Clear Cache button.
  8. At last, Restart your Galaxy S7 Edge and check weather the problem persists.
  • Try clearing cache first and then try to clear data if the problem persists after clearing cache because clearing data will remove any data stored in the app, such as settings, login information, and saved games.( However if the problem persists after clearing cache, yo might have to clear data too and see the response)

 Clearing app ‘data’ on Galaxy S7 Edge

App Data which is both the cache and other pieces of saved information in your mobile. Your log-in and preference settings within the app itself are some of examples. So if you want to clear some space or just set an app back to default You should clear app cache and here is how to do that;

  1. First Open Settings.
  2. Then Go to Apps.
  3. Then Go to More settings at the upper right.
  4. Select Show system apps.
  5. Then Find and tap your app which you want to clear cache.
  6. Then Go to Storage.
  7. Tap Clear Data button.
  8. At last, Restart your Galaxy S7 Edge and check weather the problem persists.

By clearing App data and cache according to above mentioned easy steps, will clear your troubles that the apps make.

 

 

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