What is a cache?
Caching, as it’s known in the computing world, lets applications like browsers, games, and streaming services store temporary files deemed relevant to make the load times and overall experience faster. YouTube, Spotify, Google News, and plenty of other apps save information as cache data. This can be video thumbnails, search history, or snippets of video stored temporarily to minimize the redundancy of having to ask the user for input or pull up information from the internet frequently. Caching can save a lot of time as internet quality and speeds aren’t the same everywhere. But ironically, when apps are offloading a lot of data onto your device, that ultimately slows it down, especially when there’s a minimal amount of storage to spare
(APK’s at the bottom of the page)
Steps to confirm your Device IP address and confirm ADB is enabled:
1. From the Main Menu scroll to hover over Settings.
2. Click My Fire TV.
3. Choose Developer Options.
4. Click Apps from Unknown Sources.
5. Choose Turn On.
6. Go to About — Network and confirm your IP Addresss
Install the APK from the link below
ES Task Manager (REMOVED AS A FEW PEOPLE HAD ISSUES ON THEIR DEVICE. THE BEST ALTERNATIVE IS DB ASSISTANT BELOW)