Fix Galaxy S5 by Wiping Cache Partition

Samsung Galaxy S5 was a total disaster for the company. It was a complete fail. people didn’t like the phone and the consumers of Samsung started moving away. Samsung was saved by the new design and amazing design of their next flagship that is Samsung Galaxy S6. Now if your Galaxy S5 is acting weird and you notice unusual behaviour on it and you don’t want to factory reset it, because that will delete all the data present in it. I have got another solution for you. Follow the guide on how to fix Galaxy S5 by wiping cache partition below to solve all the internal problems your S5 is facing.

Samsung Galaxy S5 has 5.1 inch display screen. It has great 16 Megapixel camera. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 along with 2 GB RAM. It was released in April 2014. It has external storage slot along with 16/32 GB internal storage memory. It’s running in Android 4.4.2 and it can be upgraded to Android Marshmallow.

Fix Galaxy S5 by Wiping Cache Partition

Fix Galaxy S5 by Wiping Cache Partition

In order to wipe cache partition of Samsung Galaxy S5 follow the steps below. Know that while you fix Galaxy S5 by wiping cache partition. It won’t delete any of the data present in your phone. It will just erase the cache and it will fix unusual behaviour of your S5.

Now follow the steps below to clear cache partition of Samsung Galaxy S5:

  • First of all turn off your Samsung Galaxy S5.
  • Once it’s completely turned off. Enter into recovery menu by Pressing Volume Up + Home + Power button simultaneously. Keep on holding the buttons until you see Android figure in the background.
  • Now in recovery menu. Locate Wipe Cache Partition. Use volume buttons to navigate to it.
  • Now Press power button to select it.
  • Once wiping of cache partition on Galaxy S5 is complete
  • Select¬†on Reboot system now

Note: Process of wiping cache can take up to 10 minutes. Don’t reboot or turn off your phone while the process to fix Galaxy S5 by wiping cache partition is underway. It could result in bricking of your phone.

If the above solution didn’t workout for you then Hard reset your Samsung Galaxy S5. But before that make a backup of your phone using this guide.

That’s all from my side. If you have any questions or queries regarding how to fix Galaxy S5 by wiping cache partition. Feel free to ask me in the comments. You can also give us your feedback on how much improvement you noticed after performing the above solution on your Samsung Galaxy S5. Do follow us on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe to our website by filling the subscription form on the right side. If you have any confusion on the guide above, you can ask us any time.

 

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