So today I would like to teach you how you can easily disable any Android application from having internet or data access. Before I proceed, for those using the Snapchat application for selfies and videos only, have you ever loved a particular filter and all of a sudden it disappeared because of an unnecessary update of filters, or have you tried to take a quick selfie and you tried opening Snapchat just to get bored with the slow loading as a result of an active data connection?
This tutorial will be a story of the past because you now decide what consumes your data and when you want any application to use your data.
This also helps in saving your data bundle. Imagine getting 50MB of internet data to send a message to a contact on one of your social media sites and then, on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, or Google Play Store, exhausting your data bundle without you even knowing.
This is because background apps still consume data, and you have enabled internet access on all these apps.
How To Disable App Internet Access Using Phone Manager
Just follow the steps, and you can take charge of your data.
- Open your application menu and search for Xmanager
- Open Xmanager
- Click on the bandwidth manager
- Open network manager
- Now you can turn on or off any application you want to have internet access to.
Another Feature: Set data usage
This enables users to control their data usage. This mostly helps those who like minimizing their data. Imagine if you have a sub of 1000MB and you are tasked with making use of it for a week.
You can easily create a data usage of 200MB per day to enable you to know when you are about to reach the limit and also when you have reached it.
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