If you are facing any lagging issues on your smartphones, PCs, or smart TVs it can be due to excess of storage used by your apps or device. That’s not at all a serious issue to worry about. You can resolve it easily by deleting the cached data of the applications and the device which you use. In smart TV’s cached data is called as browsing data. Here, in this content let’s see how to clear the cache on LG smart TV.
Cached data is technical stuff (files, images, scripts) automatically stored on your computer or phone or smart TV when you browse on the internet. It saves on loading time, though it occupies space on your device. Caching helps you to speed up the browsing process when you go to access a particular website again.
At certain circumstances, you may have to face some storage issues due to excess cache. You can resolve this issue by clearing the cache, app by app, or overall. Let’s see the methods on how to clear the cache on LG smart TV.
HOW TO CLEAR CACHE ON LG SMART TV TO FIX MEMORY ISSUE
- Individual app cache
- All cached data
HOW TO CLEAR INDIVIDUAL APP CACHE ON LG SMART TV
If you find that, the storage and lagging issue is because of only certain apps, the process is different. You can clear the cache exactly on that certain apps by following the steps mentioned below.
STEP1: From the home page navigate to the system settings→ application manager.
STEP2: A list of preloaded and installed apps will be displayed.
STEP3: Select the apps on which you have to clear the cache.
STEP4: Tap clear cache.
By doing so you can clear the cache of the particular app on your device.
HOW TO CLEAR ALL CACHED DATA ON LG SMART TV
While browsing in your LG smart TV it saves your browsing data. You can resolve this issue just by following the steps mentioned below.
STEP1: Power on your LG smart TV.
STEP2: Open web browser. Click on menu→ settings.
STEP3: Click on clear browsing data.
STEP4: Then select ok to confirm the deletion.
By following the steps you can easily clear the browsing data and can make your device cache-free and more convenient.
That’s all guys. A cache’s primary purpose is to speed up retrieval of web page resources, decreasing page load times. Another critical aspect of the cache is to ensure that it contains relatively fresh data. When it turns out to be an issue, you can clear that by following the above-mentioned methods.