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I made a reset of the device and now the problem has been solved.


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This can easily be done by turning on Portable Wi-Fi hotspot. Go to Settings -> More Settings under Wireless and Networks -> Tethering and Portable Hotspot and turn Portable Wi-Fi hotspot on. After turning it on click on it to configure your connection, where you can change the hotspot's name and password. But the devices you connect with this phone ...


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You can turn your device into a Wifi Hotspot (there is an option in the general settings, usually with the other connectivity settings). Generally, you will need to pay your Cellphone provider to allow you to use this particular feature (although there are ways to get around this - but that is another thread). Bottom line, there is an option in the ...


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As you say that the problem exists only on 3G and not on WiFi, this is probably because of some problem with the Access Point of the your network provider. I faced a similar issue sometime back which was because the default access point had a proxy which didn't allow SSL Tunneling. After removing the Port and Proxy from the access point, this problem got ...


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Sadly, the Mobile Data Manager on Android only lets you set a minimum of 5MB until it cuts you off, so that won't work for you. A quick search through the Play Store reveals a lot of apps that let you conveniently toggle that setting (which is not what you're looking for), or apps that claim to be able to but have lots of users saying it doesn't work (and I ...


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I had experienced a problem with wifi tethering of my device and this solved my issue. Go to settings(Data Settings), there may have an app (I am using Xiaomi device and I have Security app which controls this) that restricts data usage for all applications(both wifi and internet). In that, there is system app named "Android System" which controls wifi and ...


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A .conf file is usually readable by any text file reader as long as permissions are correct. The said file contains SSID and password of your portable Wi-Fi hotspot. E.g.: Android.SE #$#$ANDROID where Android.SE is the SSID which other users would see when trying to locate Wi-Fi network and #$#$ANDROID is the password they need to enter to connect to ...


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If you're rooted I'd just use Greenify and Notification Toggle. Both can be found in the play store and I know notification toggle works, I've used it since it first came out.


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I found out how to disable mobile data for some apps. Go to Settings →Mobile data (you'll see a list of apps that use Mobile data like Skype, Viber, Whatsapp, and so on) → tap one of them (e.g. Viber) → scroll down to Disable mobile data or similar → Tap it and agree to what is mentioned there. Now you disabled Mobile data for Viber. ...



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