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  1. aydreanna

    aydreanna New Member

    So I'm trying to clear the cache on my phone but when I get to the boot menu and select recovery I find that my phone is locked and I can't do it? How do I fix this?

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  2. carracerz14

    carracerz14 Well-Known Member

    You can still get to the stock recovery.. Just use the up volume button to select recover
  3. aydreanna

    aydreanna New Member

    I tried and it just shows that it's locked code 0 and how to restart the phone.
  4. aydreanna

    aydreanna New Member

    I tried and it just shows that it's locked code 0 and how to restart the phone.
  5. carracerz14

    carracerz14 Well-Known Member

    You're in fastboot, wrong place :thumbup:

    Power off your phone

    Hold all three buttons until it starts

    When you are in the boot menu, select RECOVERY with the up volume button.

    When the Android with the red exclamation comes up, hit both volume buttons at the same time

    From there you scroll to where it says wipe cache

    Select with POWER button this time

    Another screen with pop up, scroll to where it says yes, and select with power again

    When it's done just hit reboot phone using the power button.

    That should do it :cool:
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  6. aydreanna

    aydreanna New Member

    OMG thank you so much! I've been trying to figure this out forever and kept getting stumped.
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  7. TravisG

    TravisG Well-Known Member

    Is doing this better than using the app "Cache Cleaner" I have always wondered if it is actually doing anything or not.
  8. carracerz14

    carracerz14 Well-Known Member

    Meh ifs debatable. I'm not too sure that the app actually clears as much as this method
  9. razrclive

    razrclive Well-Known Member

    While we are on the subject. How do you check the cache size to see if it does anything.
  10. carracerz14

    carracerz14 Well-Known Member

    Not too sure about that. I think it would be easier to just clear the cache in recovery that way you know it's done right.
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