How to empty the recycle bin on Android

Are you using your Android phone for a long time? There may be chances of getting irritating due to the lack of internal free space. And also, you may be looking for a trash bin for your Android phone. Unlike a personal computer like Windows or Mac, an Android phone doesn't contain any separate trash folder (or application) to store all the trash files. Hence, users need to do some extra tasks to clean junk and cache files from their smartphones.

Deleting the unwanted files and apps optimized your phone and also improve device speed. Cleaning the app's cache also improves your device performance and free phone memory. Although there is no real "recycle bin" on Android, there are some tips and tricks through which you can empty your "trash" files.

In this article, we will discuss how to access trash files and delete miscellaneous files easily on an Android phone.

  1. On your Android phone, tap Photos.
  2. Tap Library.
  3. Tap Trash.


Steps to clear the cache of a particular app:

  • First, go to Settings > Apps > select those apps whose cached data you want to clear
  • Now, go to Storage option for an app and click on Clear Cache option

Steps to clear cache for every apps:

  • First, go to Settings > Storage > Cached Data
  • Once cached data is selected, confirm you want to clear by clicking on OK option


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