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How do you clear data from memory


Clear cache or data for individual apps
  1. Open your device's Settings app .
  2. Under "Device," tap Storage.
  3. Tap Apps and choose the app.
  4. Tap Clear data or Clear cache.
How do you delete memory on your phone? Follow these procedures to clear your cache.Go to your Home Screen. ... From your Home Menu, tap on the Apps icon. ... From the list of applications on your phone, tap on Settings. ... From Settings, go to Application Manager. ... Open each application on the list and tap on Clear Data and Clear Cache.

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How to fix error code 504 when trying to update facebook?


Try clearing the cache for your Facebook app and Store.

It depends which device you have, but usually you need to go to Settings, More, Application Manager, Facebook, clear cache.

Also clear Store cache. Settings, Apps, All, Google Play Services, clear cache.

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Skyrim wontstart


It could be the cache that's causing it but, I'm betting on the disk itself has gone bad on you, had the same issue my copy would load them freeze even after clearing the xbox360 cache. Here's how to clear the cache.

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Xbox One Xbox 360 Getting startedAccessoriesAppsConnectionsContract subscriptionDownloadable contentError codesGamesKinectNetworkingSecuritySystemWarranty and serviceXbox LiveXbox MusicXbox Video Billing My account Xbox on other devices How to clear the cache on Xbox 360 Overview

The Xbox 360 system cache stores such items as game updates, system update installation packages, and gamer pictures of your friends. You can often resolve issues with your Xbox 360 by clearing the system cache.

The following are not removed when you clear the Xbox 360 cache:

  • Your gamertag
  • Content that you have downloaded
  • Game files
  • Console software updates.

Clearing the cache removes previously downloaded game updates. You must download these updates again the next time you play the game.
To clear the system cache

  1. Press the Guide button on your controller, go to Settings, and selectSystem Settings.
  2. Select Storage or Memory.
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  1. Highlight any storage device, and then press Y on your controller. (It doesn't matter which storage device you select; the cache will be cleared for all storage devices.)
  2. Select Clear System Cache.
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  1. When prompted to confirm storage device maintenance, select Yes.

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Clear cache on samsung note 2


you try this??
Steps to follow: 10
  1. 1.Touch Applications.
  2. 2.Touch Internet.
  3. 3.Touch Menu.
  4. 4.Scroll to and touch Settings.
  5. 5.Touch Privacy & security.
  6. 6.Touch Clear cache.
  7. 7.Touch OK.
  8. 8.Touch Clear all cookie data.
  9. 9.Touch OK.
  10. 10.The cache and cookies have been cleared.
1. Touch Applications. samsung_galaxynote_canvas_image_1.pngsamsung_galaxy_note_en_homescreen_ics.pnghalo_circle_60.png
The cache stores files for faster web browsing. Clearing the cache can help resolve some issues and also save space on the Samsung Galaxy Note. Cookies are files that store information and allow websites to remember your preferences.

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Cannot upload pictures to weebly store


Clear Your Cache: Clearing your browser cache is often a great fix for annoying little problems that come up. You need to clear the cache, close the browser, re-open the browser and then log back in to your account. If you're not sure how to clear your cache, see:

http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache
Try a Different Browser
: Our service usually works perfectly with most flavors of Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. But if clearing the cache doesn't help out, switching to any other browser than the one you're currently using may be the way to go.
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What is a cache?


What is Cache - How to Clear or Delete Cache


When is the last time you cleared your cache? Do you know what cache is? Do you know how to clear your cache? If the term cache eludes you, you're probably in good company. It's pronounced 'cash', yes, just like Johnny, and not 'cashay' as if you were from West Los Angeles.

Some of you may have a deep understanding for what cache is, and some may have heard it but wondered a little what it might be. Here are my thoughts on cache and what I feel is important to know about it, without getting all technical on you.

By the way, you can go about your lives never having to know the inner-workings of cache and be just fine. There are some things you might want to know though, like how to get rid of it! So read on if you want to know more about cache.
What is Cache?

In my own terms, cache is a temporary place to keep a copy of information for faster retrieval on the second request for said information. You might guess that I would continue on to say that information in this context is nearly anything you want it to be. It could be a stretch to say that moving the coffee brewer closer to you is no different than saving a web page onto your local computer so that the next time you need another cup, or need to visit that web page again, it's cached for quicker delivery.

And that's exactly it. Cache is nothing more than a mechanism that allows you to surf faster because the resources the page needs (images, the html page) are already available on the computer you are working on. The page doesn't need to reach out across the Internet to get that picture or other things.

Here's another way to think of it. Imagine you visit a particular site every day. This site has a banner graphic across the top that is quite large, and every time you visit, it takes a while for the large header image to travel across the wires every time. That sucks. Really, it does.

If that header graphic was stored on your computer, the browser you are using could be set up to detect that you've visited this page before, and that large graphic is sitting right over here next to us. Why bother to download it again when we have it right here!

Your browser can also be set up to detect when the graphic files are different and download the image to refresh your cache.

Most browsers are pre-configured to store some information into cache for quicker access to repeat data.
Why Clear or Delete the Cache?

Well, because sometimes you just get some wacky things happening. Many times while developing a web site I'll find that it's good to clear the cache every now and then to get a fresh perspective on the site. Once I clear the cache, I know that everything will be coming straight from the server in brand spanking new form and function.

Sometimes you just get to a point where things aren't acting like they should. Perhaps you start getting errors with some of the web sites you work on, where there probably shouldn't be an error. When this starts happening to me, the first thing I do is clear my browsers cache and restart the browser. If the same error happens again, then I know it isn't due to an outdated or corrupt copy of information in the cache. If clearing the cache rectifies the issue, good deal.
How to Clear or Delete your Cache

With the number of browsers floating around the world, and the number of versions, and also the number of blogs already demonstrating how to clear your cache, instead of regurgitating the information for you, here are a couple videos that should help you figure out how to clear your cache.

Most all browsers are set up with nearly the same menu systems and concepts, so the above videos should be good enough for anyone to figure out how to clear their cache in the browsers.

Understanding the simple concept of what cache is and how it's used by browsers to increase your surfing speed will help you in the future. No longer will someone say to you 'clear your cache' and leave you thinking they wanted to rob you, but walked off instead. No, cache is a good thing and helpful, but from time to time, things can go haywire and you'll need to delete your cache.

As always, if there are further questions please feel free to ask!

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Ebay runs way too slow


close all pages and open it again i guess your system is slow

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Xobox wont let me update it an stops the connection


Try clearing your 360's cache then attempt another download of update.

Instructions for clearing cache can be found here.
http://news.teamxbox.com/xbox/11131/Xbox-360-Cache-Clear-Code-Revealed/

If you clear cache, you will have to download all updates for every game. I regularly clear my cache ever few months, helps with getting host for Halo3.

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Firefox Clear Cache


What version of Firefox are you using?

Firefox 1.5 - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. View the "Cache" tab and click on Clear Cache Now.
Firefox 2.x - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the OK button to return to browsing.
Firefox 3.x - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the OK button to return to browsing.
Firefox 1.5 - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. View the "Cache" tab and click on Clear Cache Now.
Firefox 2.x - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Click on the red close window button to return to browsing.
Firefox 3.x - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the red close window button to return to browsing

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