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There are many reasons to clear cache data on an Android smartphone. The most common reason is about performance issues. When it comes to maintaining, and calibrate the performance, clearing cache memory or reset comes first in our mind. Here in this tutorial, we gonna help you to deal with such issues, and let you know how we can clear/delete the cache on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. In this tutorial, we show both, how one can clean app cache, and wipe the cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+.

If your device is running slow, having issues impacting performance, facing app crashes, unwanted restarts etc., Then deleting cache may help you out. Or simply, it is a good idea to delete the cache data since it keeps on growing, and eventually causes performance issues. Each time we hit an application (any), it creates some temporary data which get stored, and grabs some amount of memory. The memory can be device’s or external. For maintenance performance, we should get rid of such waste data.

Performance issues commonly occur in most of the Samsung’s Smartphones. As we use the smartphone, they tend to become slow, and show other performance issue.

The basic reason is cache memory. If you’ve been facing issues on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, then clearing cache should help to good extent. Also see our →How to speed up Samsung Smartphones for faster performance.

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Not only it helps to fix many issues, it also helps to bring-out more storage space which was being used by the unused files. For maintenance purpose, all Android Gurus recommend to clean/reset the device once in two-three months.

If you to delete the entire cache of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, then follow the below steps. The procedure requires involvement of recovery mode. Probably, you’ve already heard about Recovery mode.

Basically, this mode helps to perform many useful tasks to an Android phone such as flashing a custom Rom, backup current OS, clean cache partition, and much more. Other side, wrong use of this mode can hurt your device to great extent. So, if you’re not aware about it in depth, then stay away from it. Anyway, let’s go ahead, and how we can delete the cache on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ using recovery mode.

How to delete cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Follow the below instructions to perform this action:

  1. Power off the device completely.
  2. →Boot Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ into recovery mode (follow the link for steps).
  3. Once you get into recovery mode, you’ll see the following screen containing similar options are a little bit different.
    recovery mode on Samsung Galaxy S7
  4. To delete device cache, select “Wipe cache partition” from the list of options and confirm it.
  5. Wait until the process gets finished.
  6. Once it is completed, select ‘reboot system now’ to restart the device.

Man, you just made it. So in this way, one can easily delete the cache on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. That only clears the cache files. That means, it won’t be erasing any of personal data such as downloaded files, images, songs, etc.

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That should bring good improvements to your device in terms of performance, and stability. That’s all folks about this tutorial for these two smartphones.

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