How to delete cache on Samsung Galaxy A30
Deleting cache solves a plethora of problems and bugs that could happen on your Android phone. Therefore, you mustn’t miss learning this operation on your newly purchased smartphone. Whether you’re being bothered due to considerably low performance or certain apps are crashing on its own, clearing cache could probably troubleshoot it. In this tutorial, we’ll help you delete/clear cache on Samsung Galaxy A30, we can either clear cache of individual apps or reduce down it completely at once.
The cache files are induced by the applications, this helps them buffer data and information. That improves user experience a lot. However, these cache files are valid for a certain time and after that, they turn to junk files. That has no further purpose. Android OS uses a separate partition to store these files, and that partition becomes bigger by time. And it may eventually cause different problems, most of them are generally linked to performance and stability.
For those who indulge with social media apps too frequently, mostly suffer from such problems. The social media apps, specifically, Facebook, Instagram, etc., induce heaps of cache files in a small period of time. Most of the social media apps are able to generate cache files in GBs, within a week or less. Therefore, we highly recommend our users to wipe out the cache files accumulated by these social media applications on your Samsung Galaxy A30 smartphone.
This smartphone runs on the latest Android Pie firmware that offers convenient ways to delete cache files. If you’re facing trouble with a certain app (or more), you can get rid of the cache of individual apps. Otherwise, wiping entire cache partition is the next available option within the recovery mode. Both of these have their own advantages. For those you are facing performance and general working related problems throughout the phone, the second option is more useful.
It is quite common to observe app crashes, freezing and unresponsiveness bugs. This could happen due to clutter and cache files associated with those applications. In such cases, there’s necessary to wipe the entire cache files. Just getting rid of the corresponding cache files should be enough to fix those problems. Though delete cache files won’t delete any app or file, however, data like game progress, login data, downloads within an app, etc are likely to be removed. Therefore, you better back up your phone.
If you’ve been facing a huge performance decline and lots of bugs around the user interface, we suggest you delete all cache files. For that, we’ll use the recovery mode. Basically, this mode is probably provided to all Android smartphones for maintenance purpose. And it is quite easier to get into this mode and perform such actions. And for that, we have already published a dedicated guide that we’ll mention soon. The following instruction will help you wipe out entire cache files on your Samsung Galaxy A30 smartphone:
How to clear the cache on Samsung Galaxy A30
- Turn OFF your phone using the power button.
- Now, follow this tutorial to boot your phone into the recovery mode.
- Once you reach the recovery mode, select ‘Wipe Cache Partition’ option.
- Perform this action and give your confirmation.
- Once this action is completed, exit this mode and reboot your phone.
Since wiping out cache files doesn’t affect the other data, your phone shouldn’t take abnormal time to boot up. Right after it boots up, you should observe improvements in overall performance and stability. This action will delete all cache files, associated with both; third-party and system applications. That fixes most of the bugs and problems that generally occur on Android phones. If you’re seeking better performance, must check our following guide:
Because Recovery mode has several other options, that can format your instantly, we recommend performing this action carefully. Ensure that select ‘Wipe Cache Partition’ option from the list. Otherwise, you may end up losing all of your data. That’s the way to delete all cache files on Samsung Galaxy A30 and all other smartphones.
Also, this action is helpful in case your phone has stuck to boot screen/logo or behaving abnormally. And if you find that the Android system has become unstable after an update, in that case too, clearing the cache is really helpful. Next, if there are certain apps that causing problems or bothering you, there’s no need to perform it. You can clear their cache individually. That next part will cover that way.
How to clear app cache on Samsung Galaxy A30
Android Pie (previous versions) allows users to delete cache and data associated with apps individually. That means, you can go by an app, one by one, selectively delete their cache data. That resolves common problems like app crashes, the app becomes unresponsive or something like that. There’s no doubt that these problems are really annoying ones.
That’s the way you can settle things easily. Use the following instructions to delete app cache on Samsung Galaxy A30 to fix app related problems:
- Open ‘Settings’ menu.
- Now, scroll Down and tap on Apps and open the list of apps there.
- From that list, tap on the App, to clear its cache.
- Then, tap on Storage.
- Now, tap on CLEAR CACHE.
Repeat these steps for other applications that you find bothering you. Further, if you find that deleting their cache data doesn’t work, you can uninstall those apps. And install their latest version directly from the Google Play. And it that doesn’t work too, you can contact their respective developers as well. Probably, they might be able to detect the exact error causing problems on your phone.
So, these are two ways of getting rid of the cache data on Samsung Galaxy A30 smartphone. It goes simple; if you’re facing a dip in the overall performance on your phone, just wipe the whole cache partition. Otherwise, clearing cache of individual apps should be good enough. We hope that our readers would find this tutorial helpful. If you any troubles following these instructions, drop your comment below. We would try our best to help you with a resolution.