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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Android1, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. Android1

    Android1 Member
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    I know this has been asked before, I just want a sure fire way of using my phone for calls/texts but turn OFF data altogether.

    TIA
     


  2. Phenomenological

    Phenomenological Android Expert

    You can get apps on the market that turn it off, but some apps seem to be able to override. I suppose a good surefire way of doing it could be to delete or disable the APN settings for data?

    Menu button --> Settings --> Wireless & Networks --> Mobile Networks --> Access Point Names --> Fiddle

    However you might want to wait for someone else to confirm that would work before you muck around.
     
  3. nacatomi

    nacatomi Android Enthusiast

    +1 I would say a combination of this (APNDroid will do the fiddling for you) and turning off data roaming in Settings-->Wireless & Networks-->Mobile Networks should sort you out... (Thats what I'd do anyway.)
     
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  4. Ghâshûl

    Ghâshûl Well-Known Member

    I had success with that method. Data roaming off and APNDroid to actively cut the connection.
     
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  5. mightymax

    mightymax Newbie

    If you use JuiceDefender, that has a widget that can toggle the APN on or off - I imagine this would achieve the same thing.
     
  6. Android1

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