OneDrive is a Cloud service from Microsoft Corporation. The well designed cloud service stores the files easily without any issues. The iOS device manages the app fantastically, giving the users satisfaction while running the OneDrive app in their iOS device. Sometimes, the OneDrive installed on handsets runs with some problem. While the OneDrive app is not working correctly, reinstalling it may look like a solution for you. But it will take a lot of effort to remove it from the device and then download to reinstall it.
Instead of going through this entire process and headache, why don’t you try to clear up the cache of OneDrive? Clearing up the OneDrive cache is a necessity as it bunch of cache can cause the file upload failure and the app eats up too much of space. To check the space occupied by OneDrive, open the Settings app of your iPhone. In the storage section of the General, the menu will display the App size and its data size separately. Not only that, but the images and files also fail to sync and the app keeps crashing on the iOS device.
Here is how to delete OneDrive Cache on iOS
- Launch OneDrive on your iOS app.
- Now, go to the left corner of your account.
- Tap to open your Profile icon.
- Tap Settings option from the menu.
- In the More section, tap Advanced.
- There you will see the Clear Cache option.
- Tap the Clear Cache option, and you will notice a wheel is spinning.
- It indicates the clearing of the OneDrive cache.
- Wait until the wheel is gone.
- Now, the cache of your OneDrive is removed.
- Head back to the OneDrive home screen.
These are the steps to clear up the cache memory from OneDrive on your iOS device. Well, you know the reason and steps to remove the cache from OneDrive but remember that you should not remove the cache frequently. It is because the app slows down every time clearing the cache. But whenever you notice the slow performance, storing offline files failure or the app is crashing, don’t wait anymore and rush to the settings of your OneDrive account and select to delete the cache.
Graccey Leio is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup