Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Wipe Cache Partition - Guide

Sometimes it happens that your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 does not work as fast and performant as it was at the beginning or the smartphone is called and the battery discharges rapidly.

If you also notice this on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9, there are many reasons for it. Often it is due to an Android firmware update, a faulty app or a system process that no longer works correctly.

In order to solve the above mentioned bugs and problems quickly and easily, you should perform the following process:

Wipe Cache Partition makes your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 fast again

This process can be done as follows:

First, turn off the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 completely. Press and hold the following keys to restart:

Volume Loud Bixby Button Power On/ Off

An Android figure with an exclamation mark now appears. Now release the keys.

Wait about 10-40 seconds until the recovery menu of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appears.

Now use the volume button of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to select "Wipe Cache Partition" from the menu.

Start the command by tapping the "Power" button once. Confirm the query with "Yes" and the Wipe Cache partition will be executed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

You are now back in the menu before. It is marked "Reboot System now". Here you only have to confirm once with the Power key to restart the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

You have now successfully executed a Wipe Cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, so your Phablet should now run fast and without errors again.

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