Does updating apps use data
limitation (though some carriers have limits of how big individual files transmitted over their networks can be).
Major OS updates can run into the gigabyte range, and while many users have multi-gig or unlimited data plans, not all users do - so updates above a given size are disallowed, per manufacturer policy, from downloading over cellular.
Google Play automatically updates your apps to provide a smooth, uninterrupted smartphone experience.
If you haven’t yet changed Google Play’s auto-update setting to Wi-Fi only, your device will download these app updates any time you’re connected to the Internet, including over a mobile network.
Connect to available Wi-Fi networks when you’re at restaurants, bars, or any other business that supplies Wi-Fi.
Doing so will prevent your Android from using so much data on your wireless plan and as a bonus will save precious battery power. On many newer Android devices, you can go to “Settings” “Cellular data usage“, then scroll down to see which apps are using the most data.
It leaves many people wondering why their Android us using so much data. We can help you lower your data usage and get it under control with this tutorial. This may seem like a no-brainer, but I know plenty of Android users who aren’t aware of when they are connected to a Wi-Fi network and when they aren’t.
Set your Android up on your home and work Wi-Fi networks if available.
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Try to keep your visits to Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter to a minimum while on your wireless data network and save it for when you’re on Wi-Fi.
How often do you need your data to refresh on your Android?
Apple being Apple is going to try to make software that mainly appeals to the tech layman, which isn't always bad thing, 9 times out of 10 it's a great thing.
It means i Phones don't (for the most part) get viruses, do get a steady flow of software updates (unlike another mobile operating system...), and many other great features which can only be made possible when a company is a "control freak".So even though you have adequate data, Apple makes your i Phone take the "better safe than sorry" approach in making sure that you don't use it up, or worse, go over, by using it here.I'd just ask one of my friends/family if I could use their Wi-Fi connection to download i OS 9.There is currently no way around this other than tethering to another phone's wifi connection. What you will need for this are two things: your i Phone, and a Mac or windows PC, with i Tunes installed.