In the documentation for in app billing (v3), it says: "Upon a successful purchase, the user’s purchase data is cached locally by Google Play’s In-app Billing service."
I now want to thoroughly test my app's billing code and wish to clear that cache. Its important because without the data being in the cache, it may take a little longer to collect the data - or it may not be accessible at all.
Before the update, I could go into "Settings - Apps", pick an app and clear defaults, cache and data individually. Now, on my phone, I cannot clear the cache without clearing the data. The buttons are there but the "Clear Cache" button does nothing. I'd like to know if everyone's phone is the same or is mine an update glitch? :confused:
Dr. Mark W.
Could anyone please tell me what is android cache and apps cache because when we talk about cache clean apps then what it do, is cache clean concept is cleaning apps cache or else like memory management Primary storage,RAM,Cache are different and as i know cache size small because it is very costly. so i want to be clear that what exactly the concept of cache in android OS.
I have have tge Atrix HD and i just updated to kikat but I can't seem to download apps, when I try my app store shows downloading.. Besides for a couple of apps which somehow downloaded. I tried the whole reboot/clear cache partition/ clear play store data/ cache/ gmail data nothing seems to work someone please help me I'm "appless"
So, I was having problems with my note. Major problems, so I went to Samsung.com and asked them. They told me to clear my cache. Now I'm not 100 percent if this solved my issue, I guess we will find out later when I need to use S Note.
But why is it that clearing cache is important. First of all, what the heck is cache anyway?