Perform Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Wipe Cache Partition

If for some reason the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 does not work properly, gets hot, loses battery power quickly, etc., a simple tip can help you fix the problem.

The trick is to clear the cache partition.


What exactly does "Delete Cache Partition" mean?

The system cache partition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 stores temporary system data. The purpose of this partition is to allow the operating system to open the apps you have on your smartphone faster.

Over time, however, temporary files can accumulate in this partition and cause errors. The applications are then usually opened and executed more slowly and the system appears sluggish.

Deleting the cache partition will rebuild it, which will cause the system to run properly again.

On the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 the wipe cache partition is done as follows

1. switch off the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 completely

Press and hold the Volume up key and the Power/Bixby key simultaneously.

3. release the buttons when the display shows the Android recovery screen

4. use the Volume down key until you have marked "Wipe Cache Partition

Press the Power/Bixby button to select the entry.

6. please confirm the process again by selecting "Yes". Use the Volume Down button to turn the volume down.

--> Now the Wipe Cache Partition is executed, which usually takes only one second.

7. then select "Reboot System Now

The process of deleting the cache partition is now complete and you will hopefully find that your phone runs faster, uses less battery and no longer produces errors.


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