How to: Flush the DNS cache on your Android device by clearing the cache for Chrome browser


Instructions

NOTE: Android is highly customizable and may look different depending on your manufacturer. The steps below may vary for different devices.

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A: Chrome settings

A1) Open the Chrome app.

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A2) In the top right-hand corner of your screen, tap the menu icon (vertical ellipsis).

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A3) Tap History.

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A4) Tap Clear browsing data.

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A5) Make sure to check Cookies and site data and Cached images and files. Then, tap Clear data.

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B) Chrome commands

B1) Open the Chrome app.

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B2) In the address bar, type chrome://net-internals/#dns and tap Go.

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B3) Once you have arrived at the internal settings page for Chrome, tap Clear host cache.

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C: System settings

C1) Open the Settings app.

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C2) Tap Apps.

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C3) Tap Chrome.

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C4) Tap Storage.

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C5) Tap Clear cache.

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OUTCOME

The DNS cache has been cleared successfully on your Android device.