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How to delete internet cookies on Droid or Android phones

Updated on November 28, 2010

Internet cookies are used by web sites to track all the places a Droid user goes with their web browser. If you do not want web sites tracking your actions, you can delete the the internet cookies on your Android device periodically. Clearing the cookies can also be useful as some site use them to determine if you have already participated in an offer. This way you can trick the web site into giving you the same offer again. Here is the best way to clear the cookies on a Android device.

Step 1

Start up the Android web browser.

Step 2

Push the “Menu” on the phone to bring up the options for the web browser.

Step 3

Select the “More” options in the lower right hand corner.

Step 4

The “More” option has a lot of features. The one you want is the “Settings” function. Select that option.

Step 5

In the next screen you will see all of the settings for the browser. Scroll down until you find the one that says “Clear all cookie data”. Select that option.

Step 6

You phone will now ask if you really want to clear all of the cookie data. Just select “OK” and all of the internet cookies will be deleted.


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      Donnie 6 years ago

      I just want to say thank you... the tips above worked wonderfully! thanks again for everything