Clearing Cache and Cookies on Common Internet Browsers and Mobile Devices

For the best experience with Avionte's software, we recommend using Google Chrome and ensuring it is up to date. When you use a browser, like Chrome, it saves some information from websites in its cache and cookies. Clearing them fixes certain problems, like loading or formatting issues on sites.

How to clear cache in Google Chrome:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More and then Clear browsing data.
  3. Choose a time range, like Last hour or All time.
  4. Check-mark Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files
  5. Select Clear Data.
  6. Close your browser and restart to see changes.


How to clear cache in Mozilla Firefox:

How to clear cache in Microsoft Edge:

How to clear cache on the latest iOS device:

  1. Go to the app's Settings
  2. Scroll to the list of installed apps
  3. Tap the app you want to clear
  4. Look for the option to Clear cache, Clear data, or Clear storage
  5. If there's no option to clear the cache automatically, tap Delete App

    *Please note: Some apps may have a direct option to clear their cache from within the app's settings. For example, in Twitter, you can go to Settings and Support, then Settings and Privacy, then Accessibility, then Display, then Languages, then Data Usage, and then Media Storage or Web Storage. 

    You can also clear the cache by offloading an app, which uninstalls the app but keeps its documents and data. Both options can help free up storage space.

    You can also try restarting your iPhone to clear some cache files.

How to clear cache on latest android device (Samsung is the base example here since that is the most common android used):

  1. Swipe up from the center of the display to access the apps screen
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Apps
  4. Select the app you want to clear
  5. Select Storage
  6. Select Clear cache at the bottom

    *Please note: You can also clear the cache for an app by going to Settings, then Apps, selecting the app, then Storage, and finally Clear cache.

    Samsung Galaxy phones use a cache to store temporary app files. If an app is crashing or behaving badly, you can try clearing its cache. However, the cache can become bloated and take up excess space, or even slow down the phone.

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