The latest version of MIUI12 starts to publicly roll out. And most of the Miui-ers like to get the first hand on the updates and trying the new features. As the update gradually released for Mi 9, Mi 9T, Mi 9T Pro, Redmi K20, Redmi K20 Pro and Redmi Note 8 Pro, some users have found few difficulties updating their devices accordingly.
For our topic today, we are going to fix the: Not enough space in cache partition, issue across the board, that has prevented us from updating our device as planned. As the popped-up suggestion to "Tap "Reboot" to clear the cache partition, isn't working either. Let's get to it!
Foremost, you need to do a local backup or if you have access to TWRP, it advisable to do NANDroid to backup and restore at a later stage, of your valuable media and data. Note that this method will wipe all data stored on your device.
About System Cache Partition
The system cache partition is located in the /cache directory, which is separated from individual app cache and accessible with root. It stores the accumulative system updates throughout the time you used the phone.
Wiping Cache Partition
Android phones use the system cache to apply system updates, hence it does run out of space for future updates, as a golden thumb of rule, it's advisable to do a clean flashing or a factory reset that remove the outdated system cache, after each successful system update. To check System storage: Goto Settings - About phone - Storage.
Steps To Wipe Cache
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