It goes without saying that Amazon Fire Stick an incredible device when it comes to home entertainment. This one single device lets you stream all your favorite shows from different applications and channels. Some of the most popular channels right now are Netflix, HBO, Kodi, Hulu, etc.
Amazon Fire TV Stick also gives you access to more than 15,000 gaming applications, so once you invest in one, you can rest assured that you have taken care of the entertainment needs of all the members of your family. This kind of luxury comes with a few small technical issues though and one of them is slowing of the Fire Stick.
Over the time, with constant usage, the Fire Stick becomes slow in responding to commands and this happens because of a full cache. Every app on your Amazon Fire Stick stores some browsing information on the stick making it full and slow after some time. To sort out this problem, all you have to do is clear the cache of your Fire TV from time to time. Below is how to clear the cache from Fire TV apps and enjoy high speed streaming.
Step 1. Click on ‘Settings’
Click on ‘Settings’ on your home screen. This will open a list of options for you to choose from.
Step 2. Click on ‘Applications’
In the settings, find ‘Applications’ and click on it. Here you will see list of applications that are installed on your Fire TV.
Step 3. Click on ‘Manage Installed Applications’
When you choose ‘Applications’, you will see a new list related to the applications. In this list, find and click on ‘Manage Installed Applications’. On clicking this, you will see a list of applications installed on your TV.
Step 4. Click on ‘Application Name’
Once you are on the list of application, click on the application that you want to clear the cache of (example Kodi).
Step 5. Click on ‘Clear Cache’
Once you have chosen your application, you will see a list of various options related to it. One of them will be ‘Clear Cache’. Click on it and you will be done. If you want to clear the cache of all the applications, repeat this step for all of them, one by one.