How To Delete Downloaded Files In Telegram?
Do you want to delete downloaded files in Telegram easily? In this article I wanna to show you how to do that easily in just a few seconds.
If you want to delete downloaded files from Telegram automatic and manually, Just read this article and leave comments for us.
When you receive a file in Telegram, the file will save in a folder so that you can access it in the future easily.
But sometimes the size of these files are so large and your smart phone may slow down. So what is the solution?
Once you download a file in Telegram, you do not need to download it again. Even without internet access, you can see them again in the Telegram.
What topics you will read in this article?
- Clear Telegram Downloaded Files Automatically?
- Delete Telegram Downloaded Files Manually?
How To Delete Telegram Cached Files Automatically?
Telegram has a new feature that you can delete automatically cached files from your memory easily after specific time. For example a week o a month. For this purpose just need to follow these steps:
- Go to “Settings” section.
- Tap on “Data and Storage” button
- Click on “Storage Usage” button
- In “Keep Media” section, Choose your target time
Step 1: Go to “Settings” section.
If you don’t have this app, Go to Google Play and download it for free.
Step 2: Tap on “Data and Storage” button
Step 3: Click on “Storage Usage” button
Step 4: In “Keep Media” section, Choose your target time
How To Delete Telegram Cached Files Manually?
If you want to delete a certain group of files. For example videos, photos or songs just need to delete them manually from your “File Manager” app. This method is so easy and useful. To delete Telegram cached files manually from your devise, Follow these steps:
- Go to “My Files” app and tap on “Internal Storage”
- Find “Telegram” folder and click on it
- Now delete your specific group of files
Step 1: Go to “My Files” app and tap on “Internal Storage”
Step 2: Find “Telegram” folder and click on it
Step 3: Now delete your specific group of files