How To Clear Cache On Iptv Firestick
If you are an IPTV Firestick user, you may have experienced some issues such as buffering, slow performance, or even crashing. If this is the case, then clearing the cache on your device might be the solution you need to get the best possible service.
The cache is a temporary storage area that your device uses to store frequently accessed data. Over time, the cache can build up, taking up valuable space and slowing down your Firestick’s performance. However, clearing your Firestick cache can significantly improve your device’s performance.
So, without further ado, let us get into the nitty-gritty of how to clear cache on IPTV Firestick.
1. Clearing the cache for individual apps
Sometimes it’s just one particular app causing all the problems, so you don’t need to clear the entire device’s cache. The first step in this process is to identify the problematic app by looking at apps that frequently crash or buffer.
To clear the individual app’s cache, go to Settings> Applications> Manage Installed Applications. Then, click on the app you want to clear the cache for, followed by clicking on “Clear cache.”
2. Clearing the cache for all apps
If clearing the cache of a single app doesn’t solve the problem, you should clear the cache for all apps. Here is how to go about it:
Step 1: Accessed the Home Screen and keep the HOME button pressed on your Firestick remote.
Step 2: From the options that come up, click on Settings.
Step 3: Click Applications, then choose “Manage Installed Applications.”
Step 4: From the list of apps, choose “Clear Cache,” then confirm.
3. Clearing the cache using the Fire TV App
Another way of clearing cache on IPTV Firestick is by using the Fire TV App. The Fire TV App, which is available for iOS and Android devices, allows you to control your Fire TV Devices seamlessly.
To clear cache using the app, you need to do the following:
Step 1: Install the Fire TV App if you don’t have it already, and open it.
Step 2: Log in to your Fire Stick account.
Step 3: Click on Clear Cache in the “Settings” menu.
The app will then clear the cache on your IPTV Firestick, improving the device’s performance.
4. Clearing cache via Kodi Add-On
If you have Kodi installed, then you can clear the cache through Kodi’s Maintenance Tool Add-On. Here’s how:
Step 1: Launch Kodi and go to the Home screen.
Step 2: Click on the settings gear icon at the top.
Step 3: Select the Maintenance Tool Add-On, then click on “Clear Cache.”
The Maintenance Tool Add-On will now clear any unwanted files or data, improving your Firestick’s performance.
Clearing the cache on your IPTV Firestick is easy, and it’s a solution worth trying if you experience buffering, slow performance or crashes on your device. By using any of the methods listed above, you can clear unwanted files and data and get the best possible performance out of your Firestick.
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