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    Question HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    Hi, I'm vian, a new android phone user. I found that the network traffic flow away fast, and some softwares or devices I never used also used the traffic. Is there any ways to prevent the traffict flowing away?
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    Default Re: HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by vijustlove View Post
    Hi, I'm vian, a new android phone user. I found that the network traffic flow away fast, and some softwares or devices I never used also used the traffic. Is there any ways to prevent the traffict flowing away?
    Hello! Are you referring to some applications using excessive mobile data?
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    You can turn off mobile data

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    Quote Originally Posted by vijustlove View Post
    Hi, I'm vian, a new android phone user. I found that the network traffic flow away fast, and some softwares or devices I never used also used the traffic. Is there any ways to prevent the traffict flowing away?
    Welcome to the forums.
    I don't quite understand your question. Could you phrase it differently?

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    stop using your phone while driving and there will be less traffic
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    Quote Originally Posted by ffejjj View Post
    stop using your phone while driving and there will be less traffic
    NO. This is no time for jokes ^__^
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    Not a joke, just a prompt for more information

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    Default Re: HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    Welcome to Android Central, and don't mind those guys. Turning mobile data off when you don't need it is a good idea, although many phones make it difficult to turn it off easily. You might want to add a mobile data toggle widget like or to your homescreen or notification bar, which would allow you to turn mobile data on or off with one touch.

    You can also go to Settings>Data Usage, and select the "Set mobile data limit" option. If you press the Menu button in this menu, there's also a "" option.
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    Default Re: HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    I second the use of power toggles works well. The following image shows my notification window, top row is "my" toggle arrangement. You can set it any way you like

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    Your phone may already have that option in the notification bar, depending on phone and carrier.

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    Default Re: HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    I don' know how much it mean using excessive?

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    Default Re: HI,how to prevent the Network traffic flowing in vain

    Thanks a lot. I set it and it work effectively
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    Welcome to the forum.

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