Cached Data is data downloaded by apps and websites on your device. This data is some basic information that needs to be loaded faster the next time you visit the site/app. A lot of applications store cache data on your Android device’s Internal storage. This creates lack of storage space on your device. Clearing such data does not harm you or your device in any manner. To proceed on how to delete the cached data follow the steps given below.
Note – This tutorial is created using images from ASUS Zenfone device and may vary from device to device.
1. Go to Settings.
2. Go to the Storage & USB option. If not found search for Storage option in settings.
3. A screen similar to the one below should appear. Here click on the Internal Storage option. (If this option does not appear then you may directly find the Cached Data option.)
4. On the next screen you will find the Cached Data option. Click on it.
5. A dialogue box will appear asking if you want to clear all the cached data. Click on Yes button.
6. The recalculation will start for all the options visible there. Now you will find that the useless cached data is deleted.
Error or Missing Information? Please Let us know