The Samsung Galaxy A6 runs on Android operating system. Despite the latest Android version, the performance of the smartphone may not be as it should be, it may have slowed down, the device may become hot or the battery may run out quickly.
If you see a problem like this on your Samsung Galaxy A6, you should definitely use a wipe cache partition. This deletes old system files that are still in the cache of the Samsung Galaxy A6 and may be the cause of the problems described. The good thing is that no personal data such as pictures or videos are deleted.
This process therefore only has a positive effect on performance. The following article explains how to perform a Wipe Cache Partition on the new Samsung Galaxy A6:
Wipe Cache Partition - How to run it on the Samsung Galaxy A6
You must first activate the recovery mode. This is how you get to them.
- Press and hold: Power On/OFF Volume up
- Press and hold the key combination until an Android figure appears on the display.
- Release the power button ONLY. The other two keys must still be pressed.
The recovery menu will now appear on your display. In it you can now navigate as follows:
- Volume up: Scroll up
- Volume down: Scroll down
- Power button: Select the following entry
Use now the volume keys to select that entry: Wipe Cache Partition
This will now perform the operation on the Samsung Galaxy A6. This happened after about 1 second. Then select the topmost entry with "Reboot Now".
Your Samsung Galaxy A6 should now restart and then run error-free and much faster and smoother. You now know how to perform a wipe cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy A6.