Here’s one that will probably help somebody
out. At this point in time, this could apply to any version of Android. A week ago, my
friend started getting this error message popping up several times a day, every day
after his system software upgrade. His upgrade was from Android 4.4 up to 5.1.1. His phone
by the way had never done this before the upgrade. I suggested to “wipe the cache
partition”. Here’s how for the Note 4, power off the phone, then press and hold volume
up, home, then the power button until the phone boots. You’ll see this message on
the top of the screen, and you may see this message installing system update. Just ignore
that. The system cache partition stores temporary system data, that is supposed to allow the
system to access apps more quickly and efficiently Sometimes though, things get cluttered and
outdated especially when a software upgrade is performed which can cause problems. This
by the way does not remove any important data from your apps or device, so don’t worry.
Now once the phone boots up to this screen, using the down volume control button, move
the selection down to “wipe cache partition”. Execute by pressing the power button. Then
when complete, press the power button to reboot and try that. This procedure by the way should
be done every month or two, and especially after a software upgrade is performed. Oh,
by the way, how to check for a software upgrade? Here’s how. Once your phone is booted up
connect to your WiFi, go to settings, which is the gear, go to about device, software
updates, and update now. Make sure you are on Wifi when doing this.
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