How to Wipe Cache Partition on Samsung Galaxy Halo

Samsung Galaxy Halo

Step by step instruction on how to wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy Halo, as part of troubleshooting action to help to solve sluggish performance or any other performance issue.

A Samsung Galaxy Halo that didn’t perform as well as it should be could happen for numerous reasons. Too many caches that fills up the storage space or corrupted cache could cause it. For that reason, wipe cache partition has become a popular troubleshooting action for a smartphone that didn’t perform at its top form.

To wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy Halo, please follow the instruction below:

  1. Boot the phone into Recovery Mode. In Recovery Mode, you have the access to perform wipe cache partition action.
  2. In Recovery Mode, the touchscreen is not working. Navigate your way through the menu by using Volume button.
  3. Use Volume button to move between the menu and highlight “Wipe Cache Partition” option.
  4. Press Power button to select this option and wait for the process to complete.
  5. When it’s done, find the “Reboot System Now” option and use Power button to choose it. It should bring the phone back to standard operating mode.

The process of wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy Halo is simple and easy. The trickiest part is to boot the phone into Recovery Mode. Once you successfully boot the phone into Recovery Mode, the “wipe cache partition” will be easy to spot because there are only several options in this menu.

Wipe out cache partition will not erase any data on the phone. Cache data is temporary data that was meant to help the process of launching an app or any program in the phone goes faster. Cleaning up cache partition will erase the bad cache, corrupted cache and outdated cache that cause all kind of issue with the phone.

This action is also fairly safe to do from time to time as a precaution against corrupted cache. After performing wipe cache partition, the phone may run a little bit slower than it used to be because it still trying to rebuild a fresh new cache. No need to worry because it only happens for a couple of seconds and in no time the phone should run as it normal speed.