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How To Clear App Data On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

The apps on your Samsung Galaxy could be taking up some space so it might be the best to learn how to clear app data on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus. Seasoned Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus users know it too well: before you delete an app because you suspect it’s not working properly, clear the app data. You won’t believe how many different bugs, glitches, and software problems you can get rid of with this simple action. And when you think that you were even considering the option of performing a factory reset or a cache wipe to get through with it…

Naturally, just because clearing the app data on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus tends to work quite often, it doesn’t mean you are guaranteed to skip the hard reset. Sometimes, what starts as a minor delay or freeze can take you to this ultimate solution. Still, let’s don’t go that far, for now.

 

First, Clear App Cache On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

  1. For app problems, you start from the App Manager, at the Settings corner;
  2. Tap that app that you wish to clear cache and data for;
  3. This selection will lead you to the info screen and all the relevant options you can use for that app;
  4. Select the Clear Cache option.

 

As you can imagine, these are the instructions for clearing the app cache for just one app. If there’s more and you don’t feel like manually handling each one, go to Settings, at Storage, and tap the Cached Data option. From there, you’ll be able to remove the app cache simultaneously, from all the apps. This, of course, would imply losing some saved passwords and names, game reports and records, settings and app preferences.

 

Second, If Clearing The App Cache Didn’t Work, Remove And Reboot

You tried to save the app by removing its cache but if that didn’t help, you must now consider the option of uninstalling it and then taking the steps that will reboot the phone. This reset, however, will require a safety backup, for you to be sure that no important data will be lost in the meantime. Do that and see if and what changes, whether the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus still freezes unexpectedly.

 

Third, After Clearing The App Cache And Removing The App Itself, Clear The System Cache

Assuming you took the two steps listed above without success, you’re in a delicate situation. After all, you’ve given up on all the apps that you suspected to cause the freezing but the problems persist. Before that factory reset we have mentioned at the beginning of this article, let us show you how to clear the system cache:

  1. Power off the smartphone, not just the display, but the entire device;
  2. Next, tap and hold the keys to Power, Home, and Volume Up;
  3. Keep them pressed until the Android symbol shows on the screen and the phone shortly vibrates;
  4. Now you can only release the Power key, holding the other two until you enter the Recovery Mode;
  5. Next, navigate around with the Volume Down button;
  6. Go to Wipe Cache Partition and select it with one press on the Power key;
  7. Confirm with the Yes button when asked to do so;
  8. Repeat the steps to select Reboot System Now and activate the reboot with one more tap on the Power button.

 

By the end of it all, the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus will reboot into the normal running mode. It should have a crystal-clear system cache and no longer freeze! Let us know if this guide helped you learn how to clear app data on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus.

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