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    I recently bought a nexus 10 3 months ago but cant open it till xmas. I know there will be a few updates as soon as I turn it on.(4.1, 4.2) My question to you is should I update everything to the latest operating system and then do a master reset to clean things up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umass021 View Post
    I recently bought a nexus 10 3 months ago but cant open it till xmas. I know there will be a few updates as soon as I turn it on.(4.1, 4.2) My question to you is should I update everything to the latest operating system and then do a master reset to clean things up?
    Yes. That would actually be best. Do a cache clear as well.

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    How do you clear the cache on this device?

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    Yes. That would actually be best. Do a cache clear as well.
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    How do you clear the cache on this device?
    This should work:http://forums.androidcentral.com/goo...tion-wipe.html

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    Yes. That would actually be best. Do a cache clear as well.
    Doesn't a factory reset automatically include that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by patruns View Post
    Doesn't a factory reset automatically include that?
    It should, but I have seen times where it doesn't always work. That, and a few extra steps doesn't hurt anything.

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