If you own the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 plus, users might have issues on the phone that may be simply resolved using 2 completely different troubleshooting solutions, that may only take a couple of minutes to finish. the same problems may be found on android. the top technique to repair any bugs or software system glitches on your Galaxy S9 or S9 plus is to either complete a factory reset or perform a cache wipe.
By clearing the cache on a Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus you'll be able to fix problems like delays, glitches or freezing by following the guide below.
What is the cache and what does it do?
So what's the Cache and why should it be cleared on your Galaxy smartphone? The Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 plus has not only one Cache but 2 differing types. the first is for the apps and also the other one is for the system. Any app you install on your Galaxy S9 or S9 plus has it’s own cache installed. It permits temporary data to be stored for better use once switching between apps. The system cache is almost exactly the same but instead of storing App data it does the same for android. this is often why, once a problem appears with apps crashing or freezing the simplest choice is to clear the system cache, to help resolve the problem.
How to Clear the App Cache on the Galaxy S9
If you're having issues with one specific app, then we would suggest clearing the app cache first. you'll be able to clear the app cache by following the guide below:
- To start with turn on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 plus, by holding down the power button
- Then move to settings and App Manager
- Now choose the App that you would like to clear the cache for
- After you've got found the app, navigate to the app info screen
- Select the Clear Cache choice
- Once this is done, move to settings and storage to clear the app cache for all apps
- Lastly, choose the Cached data to clear all app caches at the same time
Be sure to not use the Clear data choice unless you would like to lose all the information that the app stores. as an example, you'll lose your username, passwords, game progress, preferences, settings and more.
What to do once clearing the app cache doesn’t help
If you've got cleared the cache of the individual apps and you're still having the same problem on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 plus, then following best answer is to uninstall the app and reboot the device. make sure to notice that before you reset your smartphone, all the data must but be backed up to stop something from being lost while the phone is in the reboot method. If the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 plus has restarted and also the problem continues to be occurring then we recommend that you just perform a system cache wipe (also called clearing the cache partition on the Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus).
How to Clear the System Cache on the Galaxy S9:
- Start by turning the Galaxy S9 or S9 plus off, by holding down the power button
- Then hold the volume up, power and home buttons all at the same time till you see the android logo appear and a vibrate of the phone
- Now let go of the power Button and still hold the other buttons
- Next use the volume buttons to scroll down to highlight ‘Wipe Cache Partition’ choice
- When done press the power button
- Scroll down to yes with the volume button and press the power button to pick it
- Navigate to reboot System now and press the power button
- Finally, Your Galaxy S9 should reboot with a cleared cache system