Having a smart TV at home makes watching movies a lot more exciting. Now, you are no longer limited to your cable TV. You can install apps, play games, search the Internet, and have different streaming subscription options.
But, what if your Sharp Smart TV starts to slow down? What can you do? One of the best ways to deal with issues in your Smart TV is to clear the cache.
What Does Clearing My Cache and Data Do?
A cache is where the device stores files from the apps you have opened in your Smart TV. These files or any other data are kept temporarily in your cache memory. The cache will use the data to help the app perform more efficiently. When you need the data the next time you want to open the app, it will get it from the cache memory and use it to run the app.
But, a lot of files stored in your cache memory can also take up space. That is why clearing the cache can be a benefit to your Smart TV. First, it helps free up some storage space in your app. It will remove temporary files that may be hogging up space.
Second, it can help fix issues that may stop you from using your app. Deleting the cache will also help delete files that may be causing a problem to your device. Lastly, it will boost your device’s performance. It increases the speed of your device and helps load data faster.
How to Delete Cache, Cookies and Data on Your Sharp Smart TV?
Sharp smart TV also works like other Android TV devices. Clearing the cache is easy and it only takes a few steps to accomplish.
- First, go to the Home Screen of your Sharp Smart TV.
- Select All Apps.
- Look for the Settings and tap to open.
- Now, select Apps.
- Choose the All tab to see all the applications.
- Click on the app that you want to clear the cache.
- Next, select the Clear cache.
- Do the same process to the other apps.
In case you are wondering if you can do the same process to clear your cache and browsing data on a Sharp Roku TV? Well, the straight answer is no. Roku TVs and streaming devices does not work like your regular Android-powered device do. They do not store your cache locally aside from user data and preferences.
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