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Go to Settings ==> Wireless & network settings ==> Mobile networks ==> Network Mode Its going to open another window with title as Preferred network mode. Now try to Select WCDMA only option. Wait for 10 sec. We can see the network is getting reset and try to find the 3G signal. Now open the same pop up again and select GSM(Edge or 2G) connection. Now ...
Try Opera Max to restrict per app data access to mobile and Wi-Fi networks. The PlayStore description says it, Block apps & prevent data leakage: Control your apps’ internet usage by blocking apps from running in the background that are using mobile data or Wi-Fi without permission.Blocking apps running in the background conserves battery and ...
Yes.its possible..select the data usage category in settings.Then you can use the RESTRICT BACKGROUND DATA for the apps you dont need...try it
Go to sim card manager(on Samsung) and select the sim you want to use data of from the data service network. It should start working again.
It looks like the Asha does have Bluetooth. You can use an app like Fox-Fi to tether through Bluetooth. Without knowing the model of the first device (Lucky asked and you still didn't specify), another possibility is USB tether with an OTG adapter. We can detail this option if the Bluetooth doesn't work.
Is there any proxy settings to access your WiFi? (proxy settings might be provided by your network provider). Most of the apps can't access the proxy settings provided by the android. For resolving that you can use ProxyDroid app (but it needs root-access).
There is one hack by which you can block your incoming calls. Go to Settings -> Call settings -> Call forwarding Now Click on Always forward and enable it to forward the calls to a wrong number. This will ensure that calls will not come to you and the caller get the tone that call is being forwarded and number is wrong. You can disable Call forwarding ...
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