I get this constantly. I have strong coverage and data still transfers throughout the rest of the apps on the phone. What gives?
on 03/14/2013 – Made popular on 03/14/2013
I'm having problems with Google sync draining my battery and constantly syncing. Is there away to manually set the sync internal? If not then an app that will allow me to do this? Btw I'm rooted so apps that require root will not be an issue. Thanks in advance.
Anyone know how to get the data satellite dish indicator to ho away? Something is sucking data and I can't figure out what it is. I've shut down and restarted my phone. Uninstalled new apps that I thought could be doing it. Nothing is working. Any help would be great.
Started a T-Mobile no contract account with unlimited data. Worked fine when I had a connection. So today I went to AT&T and activated a go phone Sim and installed that. So far calls and texts are fine. I get a blue H and four bars mostly. Can't stream with Google music, can't download apps, web pages take forever. Supposedly have good hspa+ coverage but data so far sucks.
I've been using EVO V for almost 2 months now and I started having serious problems. When I first got it 3G/4G and everything else was working perfectly. Then about a month later, 4G stopped working. I can turn it on; but scanning doesn't find any available network.
Apps like twitter drain phone's battery quickly as it have to wake up the phone when a new tweet comes. My app need constant connection to server. It won't download or upload data constantly.sending TCP keep-alive every 2 minutes can save battery life or the only way we can talk to server constantly is by push notifications? why push itself doesn't drain battery?
I've been looking for a way to monitor my data connection; not the usage but the availability of the connection itself. In short, my data connection has to be reliable so I can receive alerts for my job. I want to be alerted and even awaken if my data connection drops for any reason.
I have two Nexus 5 phones in my possession, both currently on 4.4.2 (Cataclysm and AOKP). I've recently noticed that the N5 running 4.4.2 Cataclysm has been using an immense amount of background data for 'Google Services' and did some digging to find out what it was.