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Google not responding on android

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Cache Data speeds up the related system processes so they won’t need to load repeatedly. Removing the Cache Data is a safe yet efficient way to deal with Google if it is not responding on Android. Today we will tell the steps of the removal process. However, there are situations (such as OS update) when cache partition can get corrupted. Make sure that the device's battery is at least at 20 or so per cent before you start the troubleshooting.

How to delete Cache Data?

Turn off the Android device
Press and hold the Power button + Volume Down key
Hold the Volume Down key until the Boot Menu appears
Navigate through the menu by using Volume up and down keys
Navigate it until you reach Recovery mode
Now you are suggested to use the Power button to select Recovery Mode
The Android phone will restart now
Press Volume Up key once while pressing the power button
Release the Power button now
You will see the Recovery Mode menu
Navigate through the menu by using Volume up and down keys
Navigate it until you reach Wipe cache partition
Confirm it by pressing the Power button once
Your device will be restarted


How to contact customer care?

Is your Google not responding on Android? Not a problem at all! The other thing you are supposed to do is to have a conversation with the tech support engineers elected by Google management. These engineers are known for their honest attitude, work dedication, and technical skillfulness. Whether it is the concerned issue or any other, these professionals are not ready to leave any stone unturned in satisfying you.


1-877-201-3820