Cleaning The Cache On A Samsung Galaxy S

A Samsung Galaxy S is a pretty performance smartphone equipped with most of the advanced hardware and software features that you can think of. However, from to time the apps that you use on such a performance smartphone will still give you headaches by refusing to respond normally. In such cases you shouldn’t immediately consider forcing the apps to quit the first time the misbehavior is detected. You should first try clearing the cache. This action deletes all the temporary files that are most likely causing the problem but preserves the app’s existence as well as the settings you’ve customized. Only if this method doesn’t work you should consider more drastic methods like clearing data. This method is drastic because it’s the equivalent of a clean app installation. That means all settings and long-ins will be reset. Now that you know why and when you should clean the cache of your Samsung Galaxy S, you should keep reading in order to find out which are the methods that can take care of the issue.

You should first of all know that you clean the cache using the smartphone’s in-built capabilities or Android apps specialized in cleaning the cache. I will start by explaining the first method. Every time you notice that your Galaxy S is no longer working correctly you should consider a reset of the temporary data available. That means you need to clear the system cache. Such an action doesn’t delete personal data or settings, so it should always be considered before hard resetting a non-responding smartphone. What you will have to do is first of all turn of your Samsung Galaxy S smartphone. In the next step you are supposed to press and hold in the same time the Volume Up and the Volume Down keys. What you will also have to do is press the Power key until the phone vibrates once. In that moment you can release the Power key. Then, you are supposed to keep the Volume Up and Volume Down keys pressed until the Android System Recovery interface is displayed. You can then release the keys mentioned and use the Volume Down key to highlight Wipe Cache Partition (you will just have to press the key). To select the option mentioned you will have to press the Home/Power button. What you are supposed to do next is make sure Reboot System Now is highlighted. To actually use the option targeted you will have to press the Home/Power key. The Galaxy S smartphone you own should then reboot and start working better. If it doesn’t start working better it means that the cache wasn’t the source of its issues.

If you find the process listed above too complicated to complete you should consider using one of the software tools compatible with the Android operating system that can do just about the same: clean the cache of your Samsung Galaxy S. If you are interested in this option of software nature you should first of all consider Startup Manager. This app is designed to continuously and wisely analyze system startup entries so that you can be aware of the applications and resources that should be disabled because of their undesirable nature from the very start. Using this app you will actually be able to find out the exact configuration of the apps and processes that you are currently using on your Samsung smartphone. If you aren’t ok with some of these apps affecting the performance of your smartphone, you simply need to uncheck their entry in an app list provided by Startup Manager.

Another app that you should consider is 1-Click Cleaner. This Android tool can help you get rid of the phone’s cache as well as of browsing history, SMS messages, call logs and SD card files in a matter of seconds. Even if you can’t see them, temporary files are a huge resource eater that you should definitely keep under control because in time it has the potential to lower the performance of your high-end Android smartphone. Because just like its name says, this app can clear those problematic cache files with one click, it’s considered to be one of the easiest tools that one can use in order to delete the cache files of an Android smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S. To make this app’s functionality even more accessible you can add an icon to the homescreen or have 1-Click Cleaner delete all cache files every time you simple shake the smartphone.

I also think you should take into consideration App Cache Cleaner. This Android app is extremely easy to use because it allows you to use one-tap gestures in order to clear all cached files or set the app to auto clear when it’s opened, launch the cache clearing process at certain time intervals or clear the cache only in the case of certain applications. This is the type of Android app that should be used by all Samsung Galaxy S owners that often use networking tools and the Internet b