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    Clear App Cache/Data:

    NOTE: If one of your applications doesn’t work as intended, it freezes, crashes, or takes up too much storage inexplicably, you can try fixing these issues by clearing the app’s cache/data.

    WARNING! When you clear an app’s data, all your personal data stored within the app will be deleted, including login and credit card information, profiles, save files, high scores etc. To avoid losing personal app data, clear ONLY the app cache.

    1. Launch “Settings
    2. Scroll to “Applications
    3. Go to “Application manager
    4. Go to “Downloaded” or “All
    5. Select the desired app and tap “Clear cache
    6. If clearing the cache didn’t help, you can tap “Clear data” > “OK” (check WARNING above)

    Wipe the Phone’s Cache Partition:

    NOTE: If your device freezes, crashes, runs out of storage inexplicably or otherwise doesn’t work as intended, you can try fixing these problems by wiping the phone’s cache partition. This can have similar results to a factory reset without losing personal data.

    1. Power OFF the phone if necessary
    2. Press and hold “Power”, “Home” and “Volume Up” at the same time
    3. At the “Samsung” logo release “Power
    4. On the “Android” screen, release “Volume Up” and “Home
    5. Once you gain access to Android Recovery, press “Volume down” repeatedly to highlight “Wipe cache partition
    6. Press “Power” to confirm the highlighted option
    7. Once the cache is cleared, highlight “Reboot system now” and press “Power

    NOTE: If clearing the cache partition didn’t help, you can visit this thread for a guide on how to factory reset the phone instead.

    Reboot to Safe Mode and Uninstall an App:

    NOTE: If you have installed a third party application that causes issues and prevents you from removing it, you should be able to uninstall the app from within Safe Mode. In this mode, all third party apps are disabled by default. To reboot into Safe Mode:

    1. Turn the phone OFF if necessary
    2. Press and hold “Power
    3. At the “Samsung” logo, release “Power” and immediately press and hold “Volume Down
    4. Once the phone reboots, release “Volume Down” too. NOTE: a “Safe Mode” watermark should be visible in the lower-left area of the home screen
    5. To uninstall an app, first go to “Settings
    6. Then, scroll to “Device” and tap “Applications
    7. Tap “Application manager
    8. Access “Downloaded
    9. Select the desired app and tap “Uninstall
    10. After the app is removed, exit Safe Mode by rebooting your phone as you would do normally

    See More: Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4: Clear App Cache/Data; Clear Cache Partition; Reboot to Safe Mode

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    Re: Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4: Clear App Cache/Data; Clear Cache Partition; Reboot to Safe Mode

    why Should i buy Samsung X cover 4 for 250$? if i can get batter rugged smartphone for 130$. I am talking about AGM A8. AGM A8 running Updated OS 7.1, it have 3GB RAM 32GB ROM which bigger than XCover 4, come with 4050mah battery which much bigger than Xcover 4, it have Gorilla glass protection and IP68 certified.

    if AGM A8 have too many advantages over Samsung XCover 4 than why should i spend extra 100+ $ on Samsung XCover 4?

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