Samsung Galaxy S5 How to “Wipe cache partition” - Solved

If your Samsung Galaxy S5 reacts slowly to specific interactions, it may sometimes be necessary to perform the so-called "Wipe Cache Partition". With the Wipe Cache Partition function, temporary files that were created by the Android operating system, will be deleted on the Samsung Galaxy S5. These files can only deleted by using the Wipe Cache Partition function.

We tell you now how the "Wipe cache partition" can be found on the Samsung Galaxy S5:

As first thing, turn off your Samsung Galaxy S5 by long pressing on the Power On / Off button. After the phone is complete off,you need the following key combination to boot the smartphone:
Press and hold:

• Power On / Off
• Volume up
• Home-Button

If the Samsung Galaxy S5 vibrates once, release the Power On/ Off button but keep the other two keys from the key combination pressed until a boot menu appears on the display.
Now mark the entry "Wipe Cache partition" with the volume quieter button. With the Power On / Off button confirm that procedure. This function takes only a few seconds. Then the previously displayed menu reappears. Now select the first entry with "reboot system now" and run the command again with a press of the Power button. Your Samsung Galaxy S5 will now reboot and start your Android OS.
Done! You know now, how to perform a wipe cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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