The Process Cache action is automatically added when a firmware is flashed that includes a cache image, you do not need to add it manually.
Normally when a firmware is flashed, the device reboots into recovery and executes a number of commands. This action attempts to execute these commands without rebooting into recovery.
If you are running a stock recovery, disabling this action and setting the Reboot action to reboot into recovery instead is generally a more compatible option, though it is rarely needed and reduces your control over the performed operations.
Check for recovery commands in the Cache partition, and execute them. Not as compatible as rebooting into the original stock recovery.
- Allow Data wipe
Allow the recovery command that wipes the Data and Cache partitions to be executed
- Allow internal storage wipe
Allow the Data wipe command to also wipe internal storage
- Allow Cache wipe
Allow the recovery command that wipes the Cache partition to be executed