Here we will guide on how to wipe the cache on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Wiping the cache means deleting the temporary file which is stored on your device. By wiping, your data will not be formatted. So you can do this task whenever you feel that your device is sluggish or lag or even freeze sometimes. Clearing the cache partition will solve such a problem on your device.
Some users may experience dreaded Black Screen of Death on your Galaxy S10 5G where the user may ask to clear the cache partition on your Galaxy S10 5G.
Wiping the cache partition will make your Galaxy S10 5G…
- Run smoother
- Open apps quicker
- Avoid glitches in either the firmware or hardware
- Fix minor problems that may occur every now and then
- Refresh your phone’s memory
- Boot successfully when it gets stuck on the logo
- Improve performance especially after firmware updates
To wipe cache, you need to enter recovery mode on your Galaxy S10 5G
Now scroll down using the Volume Down button and choose “wipe cache partition“, to select use Power button.
SAMSUNG Galaxy S10 5G SPECIFICATIONS
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G comes with 6.7 inches dynamic AMOLED display of 1440 x 3040 pixels resolution. It’s comes in two chipset variants of Exynos 9820 8 nm and Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 7 nm. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G runs Android 9.0 Pie under One UI, It packs 8GB of RAM with 256/512 GB internal storage. In the camera section, it packs a Four lens of 12MP + 12MP + 16MP + TOF 3D camera and for selfie 10MP + TOF camera. The battery comes packed with a non-removable Li-Ion 4500 mAh battery. It also has a fingerprint sensor under display.