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After clearing cache...mine is oneplus 5 128gb variant

  1. murikirahul
    Donut Apr 17, 2018


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  2. Xenomorph5354
    Donut Apr 17, 2018

    Xenomorph5354 , Apr 17, 2018 :
    yes it's apparently a bug this should be fixed in a update soon let's hope this week or next week since this is a kinda big bug
     

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  3. Lord_of_cache
    Honeycomb Apr 17, 2018


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  4. G_Parlindungan_Suryanto_
    Donut Apr 17, 2018


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  5. I_am_Batman
    KitKat Apr 17, 2018

    I_am_Batman , Apr 17, 2018 :
    Did you clear the cache through recovery mode?
     

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  6. ghsi1212
    Eclair Apr 17, 2018


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  7. O1518818717608
    Honeycomb Apr 17, 2018


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  8. sambit512
    Cupcake Apr 17, 2018

    sambit512 , Apr 17, 2018 :
    Is there only error while displaying the info or is there a problem while clearing starage cached data?
    Are you able to delete that 811mb storage cached data?
     

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  9. I_am_Batman
    KitKat Apr 17, 2018

    I_am_Batman , Apr 17, 2018 :
    I know this sounds lame but clear the cache data from the settings! By just clicking the cache data in the picture you posted.. It'll give you correct information about storage!
     

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  10. G_Parlindungan_Suryanto_
    Donut Apr 18, 2018

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  11. sunny.spidy
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 18, 2018

    sunny.spidy , Apr 18, 2018 :
    I have 1 MB cache and it's creating hell lot of issues . please suggest how to clean it. lol... kidding.
     

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  12. G_plusone
    Marshmallow Apr 18, 2018

    G_plusone , Apr 18, 2018 :
    Did you clear cache using Settings - >Storage
     

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  13. G.R.Tamothar
    Gingerbread Apr 18, 2018


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  14. G.R.Tamothar
    Gingerbread Apr 18, 2018

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  15. G.R.Tamothar
    Gingerbread Apr 18, 2018


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  16. The_Unkown
    Jelly Bean Apr 18, 2018

    The_Unkown , Apr 18, 2018 :
    You have to perform 2 steps to get the problem solved .


    1st.

    1. Dial *#800#
    2. Click on OnePlus logkit
    3. Delete history log.
    Step one complete



    2nd

    1. Open file manager
    2. Scroll down and find oem_log folder
    3. Delete it.

    All set . Enjoy
     

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  17. The_Unkown
    Jelly Bean Apr 18, 2018

    The_Unkown , Apr 18, 2018 :

    Here is the solution try it .
     

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  18. G.R.Tamothar
    Gingerbread Apr 18, 2018

    G.R.Tamothar , Apr 18, 2018 :
    I have done step 1 successfully but I can't able to do step 2.
    I can't find oem_log folder in the file manager.
     

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  19. The_Unkown
    Jelly Bean Apr 18, 2018

    The_Unkown , Apr 18, 2018 :
    is it not there in file manager ??

    ok , check again what is the status of memory now ?

    And you can manually select all the folder , ( show hidden folder too) and then check the details , how much memory is it consuming
     

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  20. G.R.Tamothar
    Gingerbread Apr 18, 2018


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