How To Clear Cache On Hisense TV 

Clearing the cache can help improve the performance of your Hisense Smart TV’s performance and help clear up any errors or glitches that may have occurred. If you want to make sure your Hisense Smart TV runs as smoothly as possible, then it’s important to clear the cache regularly.

This guide will provide step-by-step instructions on properly clearing the cache on your Hisense Smart TV. So if you’re having any issues with your Hisense Smart TV, you can rest assured that this guide will help you get it running smoothly in no time.

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What happens when I Clear the Cache on my Hisense Smart TV?

Clearing the cache on your Hisense Smart TV can be beneficial for various reasons, including improved performance and increased system stability. 

When you clear the cache on your Hisense Smart TV, it will delete all of the temporary data stored on your device. This includes any temporary information that may have been downloaded while streaming videos or surfing the internet. Clearing the cache helps to ensure that your device is running as efficiently as possible.

When you clear the cache, your Hisense Smart TV will also reset any settings you have changed. This includes things like brightness, contrast, and other picture settings. Resetting these settings allows your TV to run at its optimal level and can help to improve picture quality.

Finally, clearing the cache on your Hisense Smart TV can also help to free up storage space. This is especially useful if you have a lot of apps installed on your device, as these typically take up a large portion of the available storage. By deleting the cached data, you can reclaim this space and potentially speed up your device’s performance.

Clear Cache on Hisense Smart TV for All Apps 

Hisense has included a dedicated app to take care of your smart TV. This app works more like a device manager. And obviously allows you to clear all the app cache on your Hisense smart TV. Here’s how:

1. Go to the homepage of your smart TV and select Apps from the top menu.

2. Under the Your Apps entry, select See All.

3. Select Device Assistant from the list of apps.

4. Once the Device Assistant is open, select Storage Cleaner from the right pane and click Continue.

5. Check the “Cache size of system” and “Cache size of apps” options.

6. Finally, click on the Cleanup button on the left.

Clear Cache on Hisense Smart TV for Single App 

Sometimes you don’t want to clear the cache for all apps, only for a specific app. Well, you’re in luck. Hisense smart TV allows you to clear the cache for apps individually. Here’s how to do it.

1. Open the Settings menu on your Hisense Roku TV. To do this, press the Home button on the remote, scroll down, and select Settings. You can also press the Settings button on your Hisense smart TV remote. 

2. On the Settings page, select Apps.

3. Then, click See all apps. This will show the list of apps installed on your Hisense smart TV.

4. Once you find the right app, click on it. This will show the various details of the app, including the storage space used by the app, its cached data, notification settings, and more.

5. Click on Clear cache. 

Clear Cache on Hisense Roku Smart TV

Roku TVs, made by Hisense, are a great way to access a variety of streaming channels. However, like other streaming devices, Roku TVs can sometimes experience issues due to too much-stored data. Clearing the cache and data on your Hisense Roku TV can help resolve these issues and give your device a much-needed fresh start. Here’s how to do it.

Note: There is no straightforward method to clear the cache on Hisense Roku Smart TV. However, you can perform a factory reset to do the same.

1. Open the Settings menu on your Hisense Roku TV. To do this, press the Home button on the remote, scroll down, and select Settings.

2. Select System and then Advanced System Settings.

3. Select Factory Reset.

4. Select Factory Reset Everything.

5. You will be prompted to enter a code. Enter the code to proceed.

6. Confirm that you want to factory reset your TV.

The process may take a few minutes to complete, but once it’s done, your Hisense Roku TV will be back to its original factory settings.

Remember that a factory reset will remove all user data and preferences from the device, including network settings. After the reset, you will need to re-enter any credentials, such as your WiFi password, to establish a connection. Additionally, any apps you had previously installed will need to be re-downloaded.


  1. We purchased a Hisense Model 50R6G TV and set it up January 2, 2023. Picture is excellent “within” it’s viewing angle. NO, it is not our previous Panasonic “Plasma” TV viewing angle. I spend all my time punching around on all the audio settings and all are Nasal sounding with crackle like Distortion on all modes, Cable, Roku, Off Air antenna, etc. All TV Audio settings/modes are bad no matter what you do. Also all bad on eArc (HDMI), Live TV, Roku. What is strange is you may have one person talking, which may be understandable/fair and the next person horrible in the same audio setting. Being an 62 year as electronic engineer, it is like the preprogrammed filters via software are too sharp. Plus what may work for one person may not work for another when filters working correctly. Give us back the OLD method of adjusting Base and Treble and have the wide bandwidth of at least 20 Hertz (cycles) to 20,000 Hertz (cycles). How can we get a previous or at least a working NEW DOWNLOAD. Our download was same day we set up the TV on 1-2-2023, so got the newest version then. Software is VERSION 11.5.0, BUILD 4312. TV made in MEXICO. We want to add the Hisense 212F or 218 soundbar but NOT with the bad audio we have. Please, if it is a software problem and not cheap amplifiers with distortion, send all a new working version software NOW. Ours is checked automatically daily and checked manually at least twice a week. All concerned in this situation will greatly appreciate it before TV gets set on the curb with a poor working audio Hisense TV from date of purchase. Thanks.

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