3 Tricks to Keep Internet Data Packages Not Wasteable

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3 Tricks to Keep Internet Data Packages Not Wasteable
When you want to go online - open social media apps, stream videos and music - on the go, you probably already know how big the app sucks daily data quota.

Obviously this will be very annoying, especially if the money you spend to buy data quota is limited. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to save you the use of data quota on Android devices.

Well, here are tips for saving internet data quotas quoted from several pages.

1. Limit Background Data

Limiting the background data is one of the most powerful ways to trim the use of data quota.

To do so, you can go to Settings  Data Usage  Restrict Background Data.

Here, you can restrict the usage of each application by going to Settings  Apps (select an app) and restricting its data background.

2. Turn off Auto Update Feature in Applications

There are times when many Android users forget to turn off the auto update feature on the Google Play Store.

To do so, sign in to Google Play Store Settings, choose Settings, then sign in to the top selection, ie Auto Update Apps.

Make sure select Auto-update apps over WiFi only. This way, the app on Android will only update when connected with WiFi connection.

3. Remove Applications that eat Quotas

To prevent quotas not quickly run out, you should remove or uninstall applications that suck up data quota.

To see which apps suck up a lot of data, you just have to open the Settings menu and open Data Usage, scroll down and see which apps use the most data.

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