How to Set Mobile Data Limit on Galaxy S4
Surf the Internet or watch Youtube using a smartphone is a very fun and entertaining, but this activity requires a lot of data bandwidth.
Most mobile phone contracts (such as Samsung Galaxy S4) come with limits to how much data you can consume each month, so if you’re forever hogging YouTube when you’re travelling on the bus you may wish to make use of Android’s built-in data limiter to ensure you don’t get stung with a massive bill.
Step by Step to Set Mobile Data Limit on Galaxy S4
Go to Settings > Connections > Data Usage. From here, you can see how many megabytes you’ve gobbled up watching Funny Cat videos, and specify a cut-off point for each month. When the phone hits that point, it will disable data connections. Wi-Fi usage isn’t included, obviously.
By enabling the Mobile Data Limit, you can control the use of data in order to save the data of your bandwidth.