Follow these steps to clear cache on the Galaxy S6 Internet browser:
1. Tap Internet from the Home screen.
2. Tap More to view more options from the browser screen.
3. Scroll to and tap to select Settings from the given available options.
4. Under Internet settings, scroll to and tap to select Privacy.
5. Proceed by tapping Delete personal data option from the Privacy menu options.
6. When prompted with the Delete personal data screen, tap to check Cache from the list.
7. Tap Delete to remove all cached information from the browser.
8. Wait until the cache is completely cleared.
Clearing of cache duration may vary depending on the amount of information stored in your browser.
Cache basically refers to temporary folders that contain temporary files in your computer. It's like a dumping ground for temporary data. While caches could make your phone faster, they too can get bogged down in time. That said, you are required to clear cache from regularly.
There are different kinds of cache to wipe or clear. And to be more specific, we will focus on clearing cache from the Galaxy S6 browser app.
A quicker way to clear apps cache on the Galaxy S6 is through the Settings menu. Here's how:
2. Select App Manager.
3. Find the app of which you want to clear the cache.
Tip: You can find apps from the Downloaded section, Running or All tab.
4. Tap the entry.
5. Tap Clear Cache.
Tip: To clear all app caches simultaneously, go to Settings -> Storage, and then tap Cached Data -> OK.
Wipe System Cache (Wipe Cache Partition) on Samsung Galaxy S6
In case you notice something's wrong with your Android system or it's acting weird, then you may need to consider clearing the system cache itself. This method is also referred to as wiping the cache partition. It's often useful when done straight after performing an Android update, when the battery drains, as well as when glitches or apps crashes occur on your device.
Here's how to wipe cache partition on your Galaxy S6:
1. Power off your phone.
2. Press and hold the Power, Volume Up and Home button.
3. When you see a blue screen with Android logo on it, you will be routed to the recovery menu.
4. To scroll and highlight Wipe Cache Partition, use the Volume buttons.
5. Press the Power button to confirm selection.
6. A message in yellow will then appear at the bottom of the screen. This should serve as your signal that the wipe cache partition process is completed.
7. Highlight the option to Reboot System Now.
8. Press the Power button to confirm selection.
9. Wait for your Galaxy S6 to reboot and recompile all of your applications. It may take a while for your device to re-cache them all so just wait patiently. Once the process is all done, you should have your S6 running as smooth as it should.
Hope this helps.