How to Clear App Cache and Data on Google Pixel 7

This post will walk you through clearing temporary files and data from an application installed on the newest Google Pixel smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to clear app cache and data on Google Pixel 7.

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Time Needed : 3 minutes

Clearing cache and data from an app is one quick way to free up storage on your device. The process of clearing an app’s cache and data in Android smartphones may vary depending on the device models and operating systems.

The steps outlined below depict the actual process of clearing cache and data from individual applications on the Google Pixel 7 smartphone. Feel free to refer to the following instructions.

  1. To get started, open the Settings app on your Pixel phone.



    To do this, you will need to access the Apps viewer by swiping up from the bottom of the Home screen. In the Apps viewer, just look for the gear-shaped icon then tap on it to get to the Settings app menu.

  2. In the Settings menu, scroll to find then tap Apps.



    All pre-installed (stock) and downloaded apps will load up on the next screen.

  3. Find the app that you want to clear cache and data from then tap on it to proceed.



    You can use the quick search function to save time from scrolling through a long list of apps.

  4. While in the selected App’s info screen, tap Storage & cache.



    More details about the app’s storage usage will show up on the next menu. On the upper section of the Storage and cache menu, you will see two commands or controls.

  5. To delete all temporary files saved in the app’s storage, tap Clear cache.



    All accumulated temporary files will then be wiped out from the app’s dedicated storage.

  6. To delete all saved data for the app, tap Clear storage.



    A pop-up window will appear, telling you about what happens when you trigger the selected command.

  7. Read the warning message then tap Delete confirm.



    All the app’s data including files and settings will then be removed from the device and the app will return to its factory state. 

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This therefore denotes the need for you to re-enter necessary information including usernames and passwords, the next time you access and use the application on your phone.

The app will then start storing the next set of cache and residual data the next time you open and use it on your device.

To clear cache and data from another app, just repeat the same steps to return to the selected app’s storage and cache menu where you can access and trigger both commands to clear cache and clear data.

Benefits of Clearing App Cache and Data

Every time you use an app on your phone like a Chrome browser for instance, temporary files and residual information are automatically saved in the app’s dedicated storage called cache. These files will be used by the app to speed up the next process of loading the same information for that application.

While this benefits in terms of fast and smooth data processing, problems may also arise when any of these cached files contain malware or corrupted data segments. And when this happens, there’s a good chance that the app would suddenly misbehave or become unstable.

This is when clearing app cache and data comes in handy.

Clearing cache and data from an app does not only aid in freeing up storage but may likewise help rectify any app-related issues transpiring on the device, particularly app errors that are tied to a corrupted cached file or data segment.

Performance-related issues tied to some buggy apps can also be remedied by clearing app cache and data.

Personal information saved in the internal storage of the phone are not affected in the process so you won’t lose any important files and documents.

And that’s how clearing cache and data from individual apps is done on the Google Pixel 7 device.


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