As the leader of android phones, Samsung has gained a lot of popularity. However, many users who are using Samsung phones have no idea how to clean up junk files, such as the caches, documents and data stored on Samsung phone. For most of Samsung phone users, one of the biggest headaches is that the device memory of Samsung will be become less and less no matter how much it has, even though you don't store many photos or videos on your phone.
However, when you check your storage space on Samsung phone, there are always a large amount data taken up your device memory and sometimes you don't know what they are and can't locate them on your device. Now, let's see how to clear documents and data and free up storage space on your Samsung phone or tablet.
Those cached files are a part of those junk files that eat up a large amount of space on your Samsung phone. Luckily, like many of Android devices, you can also clear cache files on your Samsung phone with "Clear" button. Now you can easily clear up those caches from your Samsung device with the following instructions and speed up your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus/S8/S8 Plus/S7/S7 Plus/S6/S6 Plus and other Samsung device models.
[User Guide] Steps to Clean Up Caches on Samsung Phone:
Step 1. Unlock your Samsung device and go to "Settings" from Home screen. On Settings page, please scroll down to find "System" and tap "Storage" to move on.
Step 2. When you get to Storage page, Samsung device will automatically calculate your total space in real time, including the "System memory", "Used space" and "Cached data". Please click on "Cached data" option.
Step 3. When a pop up window appears on your screen, asking "Clear cached data? This will clear cached data for all apps." Simply click "OK" button to start cached data from your Samsung device.
If you want to completely and permanently delete Samsung documents and data and free up storage space on your device, there is a advanced way for you. The Samsung Data Cleaner (Windows/Mac) can help you completely and permanently clear all data from your device, including personal data like photos, videos, music, contacts, text messages, call history, calendars, notes, etc. and junk files like temporary photo cache, cookies, crash logs, temporary downloaded files.
Since this program will erase all data from your Samsung device, this program can protect your device from privacy leak. So you can trustingly send your device to repair shop, sell it for a new device or borrow it to your friends after erasing your personal data. What's more, it is fully compatible with almost all Samsung devices, including Samsung Galaxy S9+/S9/S8+/S8/S7/S6/S5/S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 7/Note 6/Note 5/Note 4, Samsung J3/J3 Pro, Samsung Galaxy A9/A8/A7/A5 and etc.
Below are the free trials of the program in Windows and Mac version, please download the right version of the program on your computer and start to delete documents and data from your Samsung device with ease.
Note: Before deleting Samsung data, please remember to backup your Samsung data at first to avoid unexpected data lost. And you can also restore the Samsung data backup if needed if you lose your data.
[User Guide] Steps to Delete Documents and Data from Samsung Galaxy S/Note/J/A:
Step 1. After downloading and reinstalling the program on your computer, please launch it and get a USB cable to link your Samsung device to computer, making your device detected by the program. Please download and install the MobileGo connector as asked to detect your device.
Step 2. When the program recognizes your Samsung device, please click "Erase All Data" button on the interface and start to erase all contents from your Samsung devices. After finishing the erasing progress, all Samsung data and documents will be removed from your device immediately.
Note: For Android device, this program currently only supports "Erase All Data" mode to delete data, but it will be improved with more available cleaning modes for Android device soon.
So easy, right? Why not have a try on this Samsung Data Cleaner and clear Samsung data as you like?