The system cache partition stores temporary system data which is meant to allow the system to access apps more quickly and efficiently. However, things could get cluttered and outdated, which is why it is important to wipe your cache partition from time to time. See how to go about it on your Samsung Galaxy S20 series.

  1. Power off the device.
  2. Press and hold the volume up and power buttons.
  3. As soon as the Android logo is visible, release the volume up and power buttons.
  4. An installing system update message would be seen for about thirty to sixty seconds.
  5. In the system recovery menu options, press the volume down button to toggle the selection to wipe cache partition.
  6. Press the power button to choose wipe cache partition.
  7. Press the volume down button to get to toggle the selection to yes.
  8. Press the power button to choose Yes.
  9. Press the power button to restart the phone as soon as the Reboot system now option is seen.

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