Huawei P9 Wipe Cache Partition - Solved

If you notice that your Huawei P9 no longer has the performance it had at the beginning, then it may be that data has accumulated in the cache that blocks the system. This can be noticed, for example, after updating the firmware to a newer version.

The Huawei P9 can be used with an overcrowded cache. Using a Wipe Cache Partition, you delete all old temporary system files in the cache, thus speeding up the Huawei P9 again. With such a Wipe Cache, no personal data is deleted, but only system files that are no longer needed.

In our guide, we will now explain how to do a Wipe Cache partition on the Huawei P9.

1. Switch your Huawei P9 completely off

2. Now switch your device back on with the following key combination. Press and hold for about 15 seconds:

  • Power On / Off button
  • Volume Up button

3. Now the recovery menu of your Huawei P9 will open.

4. Scroll down to "Wipe Cache Partition" by using the Volume Down button. Select the entry by pressing the power button

5. The Wipe Cache is now executed. This takes about 1-2 seconds. The Recovery menu appears again.Confirm "Reboot System now" by pressing the Power On / Off button. Done!

Then restart your Huawei P9 and you should then notice an improvement in the performance. System errors and other problems can be solved through the Wipe Cache Partition. We hope this has helped you.



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The Google main app settions for voice assistant fixed this for me. Turn off Voice Match in Settings, Voice, Voice Match

 
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switching off "Ok google" detection in the "From any screen" worked. Leaving the "From the Google App" option turned on also won't bring up the error message.

 
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Thank you so much, for ok Google settings, you saved my mobile, because it has high chances of being smashed against wall, since there was no cure earlier

 
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What can i do besides shutting the ok google setting off

 
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I tried to clear my cashe like it said and it didnt work i cant use my video stuff at all it is stupid the only way i can is if ok Google is turned off but i don't want to have to turn that off cause it is very useful to me but yet i need to...

I tried to clear my cashe like it said and it didnt work i cant use my video stuff at all it is stupid the only way i can is if ok Google is turned off but i don't want to have to turn that off cause it is very useful to me but yet i need to video recorder stuff at times to and dont want to have to keep turning it off and on every time i need to use my video stuff

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Some reason i can't have my ok Google search open so i can just say ok Google when i record a video

 
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The pop-up keeps coming up even after i did the wipe cache thing what else can i do

 
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Honor Six Plus
Did the Wipe Cache Partition ( a good tool ) but it didn't solve the pop up screen android.google.com.
Opened Google app. settings, voice, 'Ok Google' detection, then switch off this button.
Problem fixed.

 
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Problem fixed by turn off 'Ok Google' detection.
Thanks

 
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It works for Honor 5X too ! :-)

 
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the trick with google voice was the fault on my device.Now is good as new

 
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