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Old May 23rd, 2011, 01:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to prevent android applications form connecting to the intrnet

Hi all ,,
I have mobile phone (LG gw620 - 1.5 android version) I need to make some thing to disable the applications from connecting to the internet as this connection is allows finish my credit although I donít use these application , it work without my permission .

I hope someone help me

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Old May 23rd, 2011, 05:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't think that I fully understand your question, something may have been lost in translation. If you are trying to prevent an application from accessing the internet, I believe that feature is available in the new versions of Cyanogenmod 7 if it is available for your phone. There is an article on phandroid that will explain it better. If your phone is not rooted you could enable "airplane mode" to disable all wireless connections on your phone. I'm not very familiar with Android 1.5 but that option could be under "settings - wireless and networks - airplane mode". If you meant you wanted to stop an application from running in the background and using data you could "force stop" it under "settings - applications - (the name of the application)". You could also download a "task manager" from the Android Market to force an application to stop running in the background.
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Old May 31st, 2011, 10:44 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I don't think that I fully understand your question, something may have been lost in translation. If you are trying to prevent an application from accessing the internet, I believe that feature is available in the new versions of Cyanogenmod 7 if it is available for your phone. There is an article on phandroid that will explain it better. If your phone is not rooted you could enable "airplane mode" to disable all wireless connections on your phone. I'm not very familiar with Android 1.5 but that option could be under "settings - wireless and networks - airplane mode". If you meant you wanted to stop an application from running in the background and using data you could "force stop" it under "settings - applications - (the name of the application)". You could also download a "task manager" from the Android Market to force an application to stop running in the background.
When I press force stop nothing happen , I have tried it before.
The ďairplane mode ď will prevent me from receiving and sending calls .
Iíll try the other options

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Get APNdroid from the market.
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