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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ross607, May 21, 2010.

  1. ross607

    ross607 Newbie
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    hey Guys,

    So i'm just in my 2nd month owning the Desire love it, phone memory is crammed full of apps lol. Think I've got something somewhere thats downloading data a bit more than I'd like tho.

    I'm using 3G watchdog and i've noticed over last few days my quota for received data is alot higher than it has been in previous month... my question is does anyone know of an app than can show me which apps on my phone are transmitting / downloading the most data, like a breakdown of data per app?

    Any help greatly appreciated, cheers

    Ross :)
     



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  2. kingvortex

    kingvortex Well-Known Member

    You could try installing Spare Parts from the market. In the battery history section, there is a network usage section that may help.
     
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  3. ross607

    ross607 Newbie
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    Kingvortex,

    OK I downloaded that app and it seems to show what I'm after, thanks for that, never would have found that app on the market in a million years lol

    (Thanked)

    Ross
     
  4. choi

    choi Newbie

    Does anyone know of an app that can ask if you want sound to play or not when opening games?

    I would like to be able to play games on the sly without any noise :)

    TIA.
     
  5. kingvortex

    kingvortex Well-Known Member

    Menu->Settings->Sound & Display->Media volume
    Setting that to zero seems to do what you're asking, although I only have one game to test it on ;) Give it a try.
    Oh, and you're welcome, Ross :)
     
  6. choi

    choi Newbie

    Thanks for the reply. It seems to work, but when i listen to music and then exit that and go to play a game, it goes back to loud.

    Is there an app that can control the volume of certain apps?
     
  7. gibbs1984

    gibbs1984 Android Expert

    You can use an app called Volume Locker that you can then lock a specific type of volume to a specific level, if you want to then change it you can but have to confirm it in the notification area in a specific time otherwise it'll revert back to its locked value.
     

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