Here is how to easily clear your Wi-Fi cache on your Android phone through your wireless setting, in any version of Android be it Jellybean, Kit Kat, Gingerbread, Lollipop, Marshmallow or even Nougat.
Clearing Wi-Fi cache the easiest way to solve your device WiFi problem. As this usually the first point of call when a problem like that arises.
Without being too technical here are the things you need to do, to clear your WiFi cache.
*. Open your Device menu.
*. Tap Settings, then go to Storage and Cache Data.
· A confirmation message would appear.
· Tap OK to confirm cache clean-up.
· Try connecting to your WiFi connection again.
Some device may require you to select the Internal storage, then you’ll have to come down to cache. Tap and confirm to clear.
Once you clear the cache if it a minor problem when you reconnect your WiFi should work.
If it doesn’t work look around there are other fixes for WiFi problems on Android here.