Clear App Cache / Data:

NOTE: In case one of your third party applications doesn’t work as it should or takes up too much storage inexplicably, you can try fixing these problems by clearing the application’s cache / data.

WARNING! When clearing an app’s data, all personal information stored within the app, such as login and credit card information, profiles, saved games, settings, high scores etc. will be deleted. As such, it’s recommended to try fixing the problems by clearing only the app’s cache. By doing so you will avoid losing personal information.

  1. Tap “Apps” on the home screen
  2. Access the “Settings” menu
  3. Go to the “General” tab if necessary
  4. Under “Phone Management”, tap “Apps
  5. Access the “Downloaded” or “All” screen
  6. Select the desired application
  7. Tap “Clear cache
  8. If wiping the cache didn’t help, you can tap “Clear data” > “Yes

Reboot in Safe Mode and Remove an App:

NOTE: If you’ve installed a third party app that causes problems and prevents you from removing it, you should be able to easily uninstall the app from within Safe Mode. To reboot your phone in Safe Mode:

  1. Wake up the screen
  2. Press and hold the “Power” key
  3. From the power management pop-up, tap and hold “Power off
  4. When prompted to “Restart in safe mode”, tap “OK
  5. After the phone restarts, a “Safe Mode” label should be displayed in the lower-left area of the home screen
  6. Once in safe mode, open the “Settings
  7. If necessary, access the “General” tab
  8. Scroll to “Phone management” and tap “Apps
  9. Go to “Downloaded” and select the desired application
  10. Tap “Uninstall” > “OK
  11. To exit safe mode, simply press and hold “Power” and reboot your phone as you normally would

Wipe the Phone’s Cache:

NOTE: In case your phone freezes, crashes etc. or runs out of storage inexplicably, you can fry fixing these issues by clearing the device’s cache. Doing so can have similar effects as a factory reset without losing any of your personal data.

  1. Access the “Settings” menu
  2. Go to the “General” tab
  3. Scroll to “Phone Management” and tap “Storage
  4. Wait for the device to finish calculating data
  5. Tap “Clear data” > “Yes

NOTE: If clearing the cache didn’t solve the issues, you can try factory resetting the phone instead. Visit this thread for instructions on how you can factory reset the LG K10.

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