01-05-2012 01:40:08 PM
01-24-2012 07:24:27 AM
I was told to turn WI-FI ON, turn 3G ENABLE OFF and turn FETCH NEW DATA OFF.
For those like me that did not know how to do this:
To turn Wi-Fi ON, go to:
Settings-Wi-Fi, tab over wi-fi-turn wi-fi ON.
To turn 3G Off:
Settings-General-Network-Enable 3G- Turn Enable 3G OFF.
To turn Fetch New Data off:
Settings-Mail,Contacts,Calendars-Fetch New Data- Turn Fetch New Data OFF.
This is my first day trying this, so I need to watch it very closely to see if it really works. Good luck for all of us!!!!
02-17-2012 08:15:10 AM
JAILBREAK Iphone is the only way to iPhone.
02-24-2013 02:03:36 PM
02-24-2013 05:01:28 PM
Go into your settings to general, then cellular and you can turn your data off. When you want to use it, just turn it back on.
That's exactly what I do on my Nexus S...
Hangin' with my Peeps!!
02-24-2013 08:20:19 PM
For some of you who may not know this. For some models, the 3g/4g data gets used when the devices goes into standby mode. It disconnects the Wifi.
Iphone for example, I have NOT seen my iphone ever wake up from standby and been in wifi signal. Its always back on 4G till a couple seconds later then its Wifi.
Now android, say my Galaxy S3 for example, would do the same by default settings. HOWEVER. Android gives you an option in your Wifi settings menu area, where you can tell it to keep the wifi connection alive, either when its plugged in or always. (Which would drain the battery if not on the charger) However, least when I wake that device up, its still connected to its wifi.
So take a look at those.
Otherwise for iphone users, only real choice is to turn off the cellular data. Dont do airplane mode... then how are you supposed to get text/calls in?