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I have Huawei U8815 aka Ascend G300 with Android 4.0.3.

When I disable Wi-Fi connectivity or I'm out of range of Wi-Fi network I receive question which after translation means more or less "Further access to internet will cause network traffic. Continue?" an two answers: "Cancel" and "OK". If I press "OK" then mobile internet will be enabled, if I click "Cancel" mobile internet is disabled. Sometimes this dialogue is lost between other applications and/or by click somewhere else. In this cause, by default mobile internet is disabled.

I would like to have always enabled mobile internet. Unfortunately this dialogue don't have default option to pick. Is there any way to disable it, or pick default answer to "OK"?

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Can't you just enable System Settings->More->Mobile Networks->Check the data enabled option? – Liam W Dec 22 '12 at 11:09
This dialogue is overwriting this settings option. – Damian Melniczuk Dec 23 '12 at 9:57

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