Okay, if we have 128 GB of internal storage in our phone 2 GB of space will look like 1 MB, but if it is not the case, and we have 16 GB, or even less such amount of space is very significant. If we use many GIFs, we Telegram app can accumulate up to 2 GB of garbage per week. That is, a month we would be consuming about 8 GB of storage if we do not recycle what we share or what they send us – this in case we have activated the autosave.
There is an option that not many people know that allows us to give Telegram app permission to erase the files in a week or a month. It is “hidden, easily” but if we dig a little between the Settings, we quickly. However, those who want it can continue to keep the cache forever. To me, at least, it does not bother me, because what I need to delete I delete it manually.
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- Open the hamburger menu.
- We select Cache Settings.
- In Conservator cache, we choose the option that we want.
The process is reversible, but keep in mind that if the data has been erasing it will no longer be possible to recover it. What is reversible is the setting, not the erasing. We will only have to follow the steps in reverse, and we will have the automatic deletion as always.
From that same menu, we can know what occupy our cache, and if we click on, we also know how much each of the caches remains. That is, we will be able to know what the images, videos, files, voice messages and each of the documents hold. As you can see Telegram app keeps everything, even that audio note that your grandmother sent you by accident in 2015.
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