Caching ensures faster and smooth access of the services and apps as it will load data from the Cache Partition once it’s loaded, it also benefits the app host server by minimizing the load of requests.
But this caching includes lot of data, that is saved to your device’s memory and hence it will make your device run slow if becomes too big in size, as it will cover most of the space of device’s memory.
Here in this post we will be discuss about formatting process of this Cache Partition, so that your device remains Healthy and faster forever.
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Moto G – Lollipop or Marshmallow OS
- Switch off your phone.
- Restart the phone pressing power and volume down button and hold it till the screen starts.
- Navigate to Recovery Mode by using volume up and down buttons.
- Select the Recovery mode by pressing power button.
- Now phone will restart and take you to the android logo with an exclamation mark.
- Now hold down the Power button and then press volume up button and release it, the menu will appears on screen.
- Now navigate to Wipe Cache Partition using volume down button
- Press power button to select the option and the system may ask for confirmation with a warning, “this can’t be undone”, go ahead and select “Yes”. Then system will start formatting your cache partition with a black screen and some text at bottom.
- It is going to take some time. Be patient.
- Once done navigate to the Reboot system now option using volume down button and press power button to select the power off option.
- System will restart normally with all your cache deleted.
Note: Select the wipe cache partition cautiously, may cause variations to you system if played with other option without knowledge.