How do I clear Amazon cache on LG Smart TV?

Answered by Frank Schwing

To clear the cache on an Amazon app on your LG Smart TV, you can follow these steps:

1. Navigate to the Home Screen: Press the Home button on your remote control to go to the main screen of your LG Smart TV.

2. Go to Settings: Using the arrow keys on your remote, scroll down to the Settings option and press the Enter button.

3. Access the Application Manager: In the Settings menu, locate and select the Application Manager option. This will open a list of all the installed and preloaded apps on your TV.

4. Select the Amazon app: From the list of apps, find the Amazon app and highlight it. Then, press the Enter button to access the app’s settings.

5. Clear the cache: Within the Amazon app settings, you should see an option to clear the cache. It might be labeled as “Clear Cache” or “Clear Data.” Use the arrow keys to navigate to this option and press the Enter button to confirm your selection.

6. Confirm the action: A confirmation prompt may appear to confirm whether you want to clear the cache. Select “Yes” or “OK” to proceed with clearing the cache.

7. Wait for the cache to be cleared: The LG Smart TV will now clear the cache for the Amazon app. This process may take a few moments, so be patient and avoid exiting the settings menu until it completes.

8. Restart the Amazon app: Once the cache is cleared, exit the settings menu and return to the Home Screen. Locate the Amazon app and launch it to see if the cache clearing process resolved any issues you were experiencing.

It’s important to note that clearing the cache on an app can help resolve certain issues such as slow performance or unexpected behavior. However, clearing the cache will also remove any temporary data stored by the app, which means you may need to sign in again or reconfigure some settings within the app.

Clearing the cache on the Amazon app on your LG Smart TV can be done through the settings menu. By following the steps outlined above, you should be able to clear the cache and potentially improve the app’s performance.