Data saving tips

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by pc747, Jun 26, 2011.

  1. kevsgroove

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    If you get a Motorola device they offer 'smart actions' which you can set to automatically connect to your known Wi-Fi sources. Smart actions work extremely well to control any number of daily use functions. It's a shame that Samsung doesn't have a similar app.
     
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    great piece of advice dude i have WIFI at my home. thanks
    cheers!!
     
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    I always close my apps like Facebook, twitter and linkedin or other gaming apps after using them. It saves lots of data usage as when ur apps are kept open the data usage increases.
     
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    Thanks for this nice topic and the discussion.
    Its Really helpful.
     
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    Is there an app that turns off data and only uses wifi when you're at home and vice-versa when you're out away from your home? I feel like if I got a Droid, I would forget every time I left my house to turn off wifi or if I was in my house, I would forget to use wifi for data. :icon_ lala:
     
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    Welcome aboard.
    I have a Galaxy S4 and it automatically connects to any WiFi I had previously connected to. Many other Android phones have that same ability.
     
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    I use Wifimatic (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.cprados.wificellmanager). It works perfectly for the intended purpose. It is a suitable substitute for the Verizon App "WiFi Auto-On" which was done away with (for what reason I have no understanding). Another was mentioned - Wifi Auto On from MVS (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mvs.android.apps.wifiautoon), which appears to have reasonably good reviews, but there are a plethora of similar apps now, see https://play.google.com/store/search?q=wifi auto on off&c=apps.
     
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    Thank You very much sir.
     
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    Thank You very much sir.
     
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    if you want even greater battery life, disable location services for Passbook. Other Tips to Save on Battery that still apply disable Location Services for other Apps that don't need it disable WiFi when you are not needing it disable BlueTooth when you are not needing it. you can save your data with follow this tips.
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    I say data is like trees. Kill as much of it as you can before someone else does! :p JK btw.
     
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