want to reduce data usage on Android phone over a cellular network or a Wi-Fi network? Here’s how to restrict background data usage on Android Nougat 7.0. Data usage is the data of your Android phone you downloaded, surfing, and uploaded. You can set a data limit on your Android Nougat 7.0, so when you reach your data limit, it will automatically disable cellular data on your Android devices. When restricting background data, you will not receive notifications from apps that sync with the background until opening it. Different settings for mobile data usage when Wi-Fi or cellular data. Also, prevent particular apps from using background data.
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How to Restrict Background Data on Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1
When disabling data usage over cellular networks, you can still use data by connecting to a Wi-Fi network. But remember cellular data must be ON.
Turn Cellular Data ON/OFF
Settings > Data usage > Cellular data
Set Mobile Data Limit on Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Under Wireless & network section, tap on “Data usage”.
Step 3: Tap on “Billing cycle”.
You can see by default disabled set data limit on Android phones or tablets.
Step 4: Tap on “Set data limit”
Step 5: Tap on “OK” to enable a set data limit on your device.
Your phone will turn off cellular data once it reaches the limit data usage you set.
Step 6: Tap on “Data limit”.
Step 7: Set data usage limit you want & press “SET”.
By default set data limit 5 GB. You can set the data limit in MB/GB.
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Disable/Turn Off App Background on Android Nougat 7.0
Apps From home screen > Settings > Tap Apps under the device section > Select the app > Data usage > Toggle off “Background data”
Restrict Background Data For WiFi Networks
Settings > Data usage > Network restrictions > Turn on metered Wi-Fi network
Metered networks are worked as cellular when background data is restricted. When a large number of data downloads, it may send notification of it.
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