How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

As most smart devices maintain cache storage, so do our  Smart TVs as well. If you are using any Samsung Smart TV, you must be fond of how magically it brings all your favorite contents right in front of you. The contents you have watching and many other similar contents you might be interested in are displayed right on the screen. All these are because of the cache storage in your Smart TV. But with all the different models coming out every year, you might wanna know how to clear the cache on any Samsung Smart TV.

The cache storage contains all temporary files, including the contents you watched recently, images, and other relevant information. Sometimes when this cache storage is overloaded with information, it might create a hindrance to the proper functioning of the apps. If you recently had issues with your TV’s performance, perhaps it’s because your cache storage is full. In this article, we will talk about how to clear the cache on any Samsung TV to avoid such problems in the future.

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV?

There’s no doubt that Smart TVs have evolved greatly over the years. Although the functionalities are quite the same, the steps to clear cache storage might differ according to the model of your Smart device. So, here we are going to discuss the steps to clear the cache on Samsung Smart TV (2015 to 2020 models). No matter how old your device is, you will find all your answers at the end.

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Clear Cache in TU/Q/LS Model TVs (2020 and above)

The below guide will work on all smart TV that came out after the year 2020. This will work on newer models in 2021 and 2022 as well.

  • Click the Home button on your TV remote.
  • Go to Settings.

  • Click on the Broadcasting option.

  • Select Expert Settings.
  • Now, click on HbbTV Settings.

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

  • Finally, click on Delete Browsing Data and click on the Delete button for confirmation.

Clear Cache in MU/M/NU/RU/Q/ The Frame Model TVs (2017 – 2019)

  • Similar to above, press the Home button on your Remote control and go to Settings.
  • Now, go to Broadcasting.

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

  • Click on Expert Settings.

  • Again, select the HbbTV Settings.

  • Click on Delete Browsing Data and click on the Delete button.

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

Clear Cache in K/KU/KS Model TV (2016)

These models are developed and shipped in the year 2016. These settings are a little bit different from the newer versions of Smart TVs.

  • Go to the Home page of your TV and click on Settings.
  • Next, click on Broadcasting.

  • Select Expert Settings.

  • Go to HbbTV Settings.

How to Clear Cache on Any Samsung Smart TV

  • Click on Delete Browsing Data and follow the instructions to clear the cache.

Clear Cache in J/JU/JS Model TV (2015)

  • Firstly, open the Web Browser application.
  • Click on the Gear icon in the top-right corner.
  • Go to Settings.
  • Now, select Privacy & Security from the left-hand side menu.
  • Scroll to the bottom and click on Delete Browsing Data  Option.
  • Click on Yes to confirm clearing the cache.


As you have seen, deleting the cache is almost the same in all Samsung Smart TV Models. However, the older versions might have a few changes, but again the above steps will help you delete it easily. Also, note that the steps mentioned will only allow you to delete the cookies and cache; your History and Bookmarks shall remain unaffected. Let us know if you have any other problems or queries.


  1. I have a 2014 UN40H6350 Samsung LED smart tv. Bought new in 2015, never thought of clearing its cache.

    Aside from the browser cache, is there any other options to clear caches on this TV?

    YouTube takes 5mins to boot up!

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