Are you experiencing slow performance on your Samsung device? It may be time to clear the cache and cookies! Whether you’re using a Samsung phone, tablet, or Smart TV, clearing these digital trinkets can help improve speed and overall performance. In this article, we’ll guide you through the simple steps of how to clear cookies and cache on any Samsung device. So let’s dive in and get your devices running like new again!
Clear app cache and data on a Samsung phone or tablet
When you use apps on your Samsung phone or tablet, cached data is stored to help load the app more quickly. However, over time this cached data can accumulate and cause the app to slow down. Clearing the cache and data can free up space and improve performance.
To clear app cache and data on a Samsung device, go to Settings > Apps. Here you’ll see a list of all installed apps on your device. Tap on any app that you want to clear the cache for.
In the App info screen, tap Storage & Cache. This will show how much storage space is being used by the app’s data and cached files. Tap Clear Cache to delete only cached files or tap Clear Storage (or Clear Data) if you want to remove both cached files and all other locally saved content.
Keep in mind that clearing an app’s storage or data may reset its settings back to default values—so be cautious when performing this action! By clearing individual apps’ caches regularly, however, you’ll keep them running smoothly without losing important information like login credentials or custom settings.
Delete browsing history, cookies, and cache in the Samsung Internet app
The Samsung Internet app is a popular web browser that comes pre-installed on all Samsung devices. Like any other web browser, it stores your browsing history, cookies and cache to improve the browsing experience. However, there may be times when you want to clear this data for privacy or performance reasons.
To delete your browsing history in the Samsung Internet app, simply open the app and tap on the three-dot menu located in the bottom right corner of your screen. From here, select “Settings” and then “Privacy”. Tap on “Delete Personal Data” and check the box next to “Browsing History”. You can also choose to delete other types of data such as cache and cookies.
Alternatively, if you only want to clear specific items from your browsing history, go back to the main menu by tapping on the three-dot icon again. This time select “History” instead of Settings followed by selecting individual items that you wish to remove.
By regularly clearing out your browsing history, cookies and cache in Samsung Internet App will help keep your device running smoothly while keeping sensitive information private.
Clear app cache on a Samsung Smart TV
Clearing the app cache on a Samsung Smart TV can help improve its performance by freeing up storage space and reducing lag. Follow these simple steps to do so:
First, navigate to the “Settings” menu on your Samsung smart TV using your remote control.
Next, select “Apps” from the list of options available in the settings menu.
Once you have selected “Apps,” you will see a list of all the apps installed on your Samsung Smart TV. Choose the app for which you want to clear cache.
After selecting an app, click on it to open its details page. Then choose “Storage” and then click “Clear Cache.”
This action will remove all temporary files stored by that particular application, such as login credentials or preferences data.
It’s important to note that clearing cache may log you out of certain apps requiring authentication like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Therefore, make sure you know and remember username/email address along with password before doing this step to avoid any hassle later!
How to clear cookies and browsing history on a Samsung Smart TV
Clearing cookies and browsing history on a Samsung Smart TV is essential for maintaining your privacy. Follow the steps below to clear cookies and browsing history on your Samsung Smart TV.
First, open the Menu by pressing the Home button on your remote control. Navigate to Settings and select Support. From there, click Self Diagnosis followed by Reset.
Next, you’ll need to enter your PIN if you have set one up previously. If not, use 0000 as the default code.
Once inside Reset, select Clear Viewing History which will delete all of your viewing data including search queries, watchlists and other related information that may be stored in apps like Netflix or Hulu.
Navigate to Delete App Data where you can remove any app-specific data such as account information or preferences that have been saved within an individual app.
By following these simple steps regularly, you can protect yourself from unwanted tracking while enjoying all of the benefits of streaming content on a Samsung Smart TV.
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