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How to Clear Cache on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra 5G, & S20 Plus

How to clear cache on Samsung S20, Wipe cache partition on Samsung S20 Plus, clear cache on Galaxy S20 Ultra.

In this article, we will be showing you how to clear the cache on Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, and S20 Plus.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 / Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – Clear App Cache

Step 1: Go to the App screen and select Settings App.
Step 2: Now go to Settings > Apps.
Step 3: Look and select the App you want to clear the cache.
Step 4: Then tap the Filter and sort icon sort_filter_icon
Step 5: Tap the Show system apps switch to turn on.
Step 6: Tap Ok.
Step 7: Tap Storage.
Step 8: Tap Clear cache.

Samsung Galaxy S20 / Galaxy S20 Plus – Wipe Cache Partition

Step 1: Turn off your Samsung device.

Step 2: Then press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby / Power key.

Step 3: Release both buttons when the logo display.

Step 4: An ‘Installing system update’ message may show up before the Android Recovery menu options appear.

Step 5: Press the Volume down key several times to choose Wipe cache partition.

Step 6: Press Bixby / Power key to select.

Step 7: Then press the Volume down key to select Yes and press the Bixby / Power key to select.

Step 8: After the process, a Reboot system now will be selected.

Step 9: Press the Bixby / Power key to restart your phone.

About Samsung S20 Series

The Samsung Galaxy S20 is the successor of the Samsung S10 smartphone and it was announced the last year 2020. The phone has a screen display size of 6.2 inches with Dynamic AMOLED 2X and also with support for Always-on Display.

It features Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865 chipset and runs on Android 10 which is upgradable to Android 11 OS. It has an inbuilt memory of 128GB and 8GB RAM. The battery on the phone is 4000 mAh with fast charging while the cameras include 64 MP and dual 12 MP.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra are the advanced versions of the S20 and they both come with bigger storage and a huge RAM.

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James, a distinguished alumnus of MIT, where he specialized in Computer Science and Communications Technology, has an impressive academic foundation that underpins his expertise. With over a decade in the industry, he deciphers complex technology into easy how-tos. Known for his keen insights, James is dedicated to helping readers navigate the rapidly evolving digital landscape.

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