Have you ever wondered about tips on how to save your mobile data on Android? Probably you have an Android phone and the data consumption has been high on your, phone making you spend out of your budget, well this guide will help you to save your mobile data on your android phone.
To get this straight you can save your mobile data better by reducing your usage time on the Internet, but since that’s almost unavoidable as the Internet is very useful to us the tips below will help a lot.
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How to Save your mobile data on Android phone
1. Restricting Background Data on Phone:
This is one of the most helpful ways to reduce your mobile data usage, why?
Because while you are on a particular app or even when your phone is sleeping and your mobile data is turned on, the other applications in your phone sync or refresh themselves looking for new notifications.
Have you ever gotten notifications from Facebook or what’s app when not using the app?
This is because these apps are running in the background and are consuming your data,
Below is a proof of how Google Play services consumesmy own Mobile data on the back ground.
You can successfully restrict mobile data using the steps outlined below:
·Go to your Settings
·Navigate and Click on Apps
·Select the app you want to Restrict background Data for, here I will choose Google play services
·Click on Data Usage
·Toggle of the Background Data.
Note: You can do the same for any app you choose to.
2. Turning On Data Saver:
This is another cool method added to phones running on Android 7.0 and above, it does pretty much the same function as the restrict background Data but it does it better.
How to Turn on your Data Saver
By following the steps below you are good to go
·Go to your phone settings
·Navigate to and click on Networks and Internet
·Click on Data Usage
·Click on Data Saver
·Turn it on &Select the apps you want to get Unrestricted data( Doesn’t save for the apps)
3.DO NOT delete your cache data
First what’s is cache?
According to Wikipedia Cache is defined as seen below:
In computing, a cache /kæʃ/ kash, is a hardware or software component that stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster; the data stored in a cache might be the result of an earlier computation or a copy of data stored elsewhere
Did you see an interesting post and you really enjoyedit? Let me guess you Book marked it right? Well if am right then if you want to go back to that same page you have to use your mobile data to Open that same page
Well, I’m going to show you how you can avoid this and save pages offline
How to Save Pages Offline:
It’s very easy to do if you follow the steps below
·Open your Google chrome and go to the page you desire to save offline
·Click on the Option button you can see that below
·Click on the Download Icon at the top right part of the s
8. Use WiFi Whenever it’s Available:
This is one of the best things ways to save your mobile data,
Using WiFi especially when it’s not limited free you the burden of changing settings in your phone.
No doubt this post has taught you how to save Mobile Data on Android, but did you find any part of this post confusing? Tell me and I’ll get back to you.