Scroll down to the Cache section, then tap Clear cache.
Finally, go back to the homescreen and try launching the problematic app and see if that cleared up the problem.
If not, you might want to go back to the app info screen and hit both the Clear data and Clear cache buttons.
How do I clear Android cache?
How to clear app cache and app data in Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Step 1: Head to the Settings menu.
- Step 2: Find Apps (or Applications, depending on your device) in the menu, then locate the app that you want to clear the cache or data for.
- Step 3: Tap on Storage and the buttons for clearing the cache and app data will become available (pictured above).
Is it OK to clear cache on Android?
Clear out all cached app data. The “cached” data used by your combined Android apps can easily take up more than a gigabyte of storage space. These caches of data are essentially just junk files, and they can be safely deleted to free up storage space. Tap the Clear Cache button to take out the trash.
Where is the Clear Cache button on Android?
Tap this to bring up the option of clearing cache. There are two buttons on the storage screen: Clear Data and Clear Cache. The Clear Cache button is the one you want to tap. This should immediately clear the app’s cache.
Will clearing cache delete text messages?
While the cache can be cleared with little risk to app settings, preferences and saved states, clearing the app data will delete/remove these entirely. Clearing data resets an app to its default state: it makes your app act like when you first downloaded and installed it.
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