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How to Clear Cache of Samsung Galaxy S4?

How to Clear Cache of Samsung Galaxy S4?

Whenever you face the Samsung Galaxy S4 camera issue, it really doesn’t mean that your camera or hardware of your phone is faulty, as sometimes the reason could also be a software issue which can be easily resolved by following a simple manual / software method.

There are a good number of Samsung Galaxy S4 problems that can be resolved simply by clearing cache of your phone, as sometimes this becomes the reason of a good number of S4 problems.

In the following lines you will get to know what different type of S4 problems can be resolved by simply clearing the cache of your phone.

Problems That Can Be Resolved By Clearing Cache Of S4

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 encountering black screen problem.
  • Phone hangs.
  • Camera not taking pictures or saving pictures.
  • Phone is running out of charge.
  • Slow response of touch screen.
  • Memory card not found.
  • Memory card is corrupt even after it is formatted.

Besides that, there are also a number of problems that can simply be resolved by cleaning the cache of your phone. Problems that occur mainly due to memory problems in your phone are sometimes resolved by clearing the cache of your phone.

Other than just knowing what different types of problems can be resolved by clearing the cache of Samsung Galaxy S4, it is also important that one should know how to clear cache of Samsung Galaxy S4 in order to resolve all those issues in the best possible manner. Here is the procedure of clearing the cache of your S4:

Procedure

Before clearing the cache of S4, make sure to back up your entire data, as clearing cache removes all the data in your phone’s cache, and this could also be some very useful data that you might not want to regret over later.

In order to clear Cache, all you have to do is to:

S4 Recovery Mode

  • Press Menu + Volume + Power Button at the same time, and as soon as you will do it you will enter Recovery Mode.

S4 wipe cache partition

  • Select “Wipe Cache Partition” among rest of the options. Press Power button to select the option and Volume buttons to scroll.
  • After you do that, select “Reboot Now” option and your Galaxy S4 will be good to go, as your cache will be cleared.

The steps are surely very simple and the entire process won’t take more than 20 seconds. This procedure is absolutely safe and you don’t need to worry about anything else.

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11 Comments

  • Hi
    as I know S4 have issue with wiping cache partition
    it comes with error ,I have tried on at least 3 different galaxy S4′s

    • Viktor but this thing has always worked for me! Which version of OS you are using? That might be some software problem, else it is a standard procedure.

  • still having the “wipe cache partition” issue…

    I have a Galaxy S4 GT-I9505.

    any solution for that?

    thanks in advance, Isaac.

  • I have a galaxy s3 with a 4.3 update & when I try to do wipe the cache partition all it say is reboot cache & thats all, then I let go of the buttons & my phone boots up

  • joeydigital

    There is something up!? I had a Samsung Galaxy SII on AT&T and I would wipe my cache partition once in a while after deleting apps and it would work flawlessly. I have updated my phone to a Galaxy S4 and now I get an error message every time I try to wipe the cache partition. My new Galaxy S4 gets hung up and I never get a good signal. I did a factory reset and tried various times reset the cache to make sure everything would clear. Everytime I tried, it starts the process but all I get is an error!??? Weird!!

    • Can you tell me something what this error is all about? Like what kind of error it gives? and if it is still in warranty than i recommend you to check it with Samsung’s support, as there are a number of S4 with similar software issues, and your phone might be the one.

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  • Dana Perrien

    I have a Samsung S4 mini and a Samsung Galaxy Tab3. Both are running Android 4.2.2 and i get the error message on both. It’ll go into recovery mode, but when i select to clear the cache it starts to then says error and boots back up.

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