How To Clear Cache On Roku

If you’re anything like me, you hate it when your Roku starts acting up. One of the first things I do when my Roku starts acting slow or frozen is to clear the cache. In this article, I’m going to show you how to clear the cache on your Roku.

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How do I clear the cache on my Roku

It is important to clear the cache on your Roku device from time to time. This will help to keep your device running smoothly and prevent any potential issues. There are a few different ways to clear the cache on your Roku device, which we will outline below.

The first way to clear the cache on your Roku device is to simply restart it. This will clear any temporary files that are stored on your device. To restart your Roku device, simply unplug it from power for a few seconds and then plug it back in.

The second way to clear the cache on your Roku device is to perform a factory reset. This will reset your device to its factory settings and will delete all of the data that is stored on it. To perform a factory reset, go to the settings menu on your Roku device and select the “Factory reset” option.

The third way to clear the cache on your Roku device is to use a Roku cache clearing app.

Conclusion

If you’re experiencing issues with your Roku device, one of the first things you can try is clearing the internal cache. This can help resolve issues with loading content or apps, and can also help improve overall performance. Here’s how to clear the cache on your Roku device:

1. Press the Home button on your Roku remote. 2. Scroll up or down and select Settings. 3. Scroll down and select System.

4. Select Advanced system settings. 5. Select Factory reset. 6. Select Factory reset everything.

7. Enter your Roku PIN (if prompted). 8. Select Reset. Your Roku device will now restart and the internal cache will be cleared.

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba is passionate about home improvement and design. As a child, she grew up helping her dad renovate their childhood home. Many of her skills came from this experience. Jessica loves DIY projects and sharing her passion for home design with others since she lives in Los Angeles.

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