Google Chrome is the most widely used web browser. Especially on Android mobiles, where we find it by default. But sometimes, even the applications that work best can give the odd little error.
If when entering a website you have found the error err_cache_miss, we show you how you can solve it.
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Steps to resolve err_cache_miss error
This problem usually occurs because of a failure in the browser cache. Therefore, the easiest way to fix this problem is as simple as clearing the cache. It’s something you’ve probably already done with some other application, even to free up space.
But if you are not clear about the process, we explain it below:
- Enter the Settings menu
- Access Applications
- Search Google Chrome
- Depending on the version you have, you may have to enter the Storage submenu
- Press the button Clear Cache or Empty Cache Memory
Once you have completed this process, the err_cache_miss error should have been resolved by now. Re-enter your browser and try to navigate as usual. The normal thing is that the problem has been solved and you can navigate with ease as you did until now.
Solve err_cache_miss on PC
It is possible that this same error err_cache_miss did not appear when browsing on your Android mobile, but when doing it from your PC. But, as it is also a problem with cache memory, the solution is basically the same. All we have to do is clear the cache directly from the browser itself.
The steps to follow for this are as follows:
- Pressing the three points that you will find in the upper right, enter Chrome Settings
- Access History
- Scroll down to where it says Clear browsing data
- Check only Cached files and images
- Finally, press the Clear data button
What if it doesn’t work for me?
If even clearing the cache hasn’t solved your problem, then you might be able to fix it a little more dramatically. That is, returning Chrome to its default state. With this you may lose some configuration that you have made later, but you will solve the problem.
The steps to follow are those:
- Within Chrome, go to Settings> Advanced Settings
- Select Restore the original default settings.
In this way, your browser will stay exactly the same as when you first installed them, but without any problems.
Has the err_cache_miss problem ever come up? How did you manage to solve it? We invite you to go through the comments section that you can find at the bottom of this article and tell us about your experiences in this regard.