Wiping cache partition on Samsung Galaxy S21 may fix the performance and software-related issues. Space, where system files are stored, are referred to as the cache partition. App cache and system cache both are different, so don’t get confused. System cache stores mostly system updates and sometimes may get corrupted due to which device performance issue occurs. So it wise to clear the cache on Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+, S21 Ultra.
Cleaning cache won’t remove any phone or app data, so don’t worry at all. It will simply wipe cache partition on your Samsung S21 and might fix frozen or crashing, restart again, slow down your phone, overheating issues, etc.
How to Clear Cache Partition on Galaxy S21 Ultra, S21+ and S21
Step 1: First of all, bring down the notification panel twice from the top and tap on the Power button.
Step 2: Tap on Power off.
Step 3: Again, Tap on Power off to turn off your S21 device.
Step 4: Now, Press & hold the Volume up key and power key (Side key) simultaneously until you see the Android recovery mode screen.
Step 5: Next, press the Volume down button to get the Wipe cache partition option.
Step 6: Up Next, press the Power key or side key to apply it, press the Volume down key, and choose Yes.
Step 7: Press the Power key to wipe the data.
Once the process is completed, you will see the cache wipe complete status at the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Step 8: At last, press the Power key to Reboot your Samsung Galaxy S21 devices.
Moreover, you can also clear the app cache of your Galaxy S21 device to remove temporary app data.
How to Clear App Cache in Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra 5G
Step 1: Head over to Settings and then tap on Apps.
Step 2: Choose the App from the list.
Step 3: Tap on Storage under the usage section and tap on Clear cache.
I hope you are successfully able to wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy 21 Ultra, S21+ and S21. If you are facing any problems while following the steps mentioned above, let us know in the comments section.