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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by off123, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. off123

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    HI All,

    Am new to android, i did buy galaxy note 2(GT-N7100), where can i check WIFI data usage, am able to see mobile data usage in settings.

    Thanks.
     

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    Tbh i dont think you can. Maybe theres a playstore app that will monitor it from now on
     
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    Moved to the Galaxy Note 2 forum, which should provide better support. :)
     
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    I use My Data Manager to track my Wi-Fi and mobile data usage. But it's not spot on accurate. It's accurate enough for me though.
     
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    Go to Settings > Data Usage and then there should be two tabs at the top: 'mobile' (which is what it defaults to) and 'wifi'. Just select 'wifi' and then you can choose a timeframe from which to see how much data you've used.

    Alternatively 3g Watchdog is a good data monitor app you can download.
     
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    Just curious why you want to monitor the wifi? I use my data manager to perfectly control my data usage; for the data, the accuracy is depend on the how much mb you have for month (if limited) and used, then put those numbers on the setting/plan feature on that app.
     
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    Being able to monitor wifi is a good option bc when you have tiered data and you are on lets say the 6GB plan and you hit 8GB, but your phone shows that it measured 6GB on 4g and 2GB on wifi, then theres a problem somewhere and you're phone/network isn't registering correctly.
     
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    Avast has a nice feature where you can monitor your data, down to each app and whether the use was via wifi or 4g. If you start to use more data than you expect, you can figure out quickly which app is using it. :D
     
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    I'm using DataCounterWidget from GooglePlay...
    It tells both...
     

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