The Wipe cache partition can make a big difference to your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 , because old system temporary files are deleted and the Android operating system is streamlined. Through the process potentially conflicting system files from an older firmware are deleted from the memory.
Below we would like to explain in more detail how to perform a Wipe Cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
- Turn your smartphone entirely off
- To start the smartphone, press the following keys simultaneously:
- Power Button
- Home Button
- Volume +
- When the first logo can be seen on the screen, release the power button, but hold the Home button and the Volume + button pressed
- It now appears on the screen of your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 a small menu. Navigate with the Volume + and Volume - keys. An entry is selected by the Power Button
- Select in this menu now "Wipe Cache Partition".
- After you have selected the entry the Wipe cache is flushed. This takes a few seconds. Then it automatically returns to the small menu.
- Now select the top entry with "Reboot now"
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will now restart. Then the performance of your Android operating system should be better or previously existing errors may have disappeared.
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