If you have a Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, it may be useful to learn how to disable and turn on mobile data. This will help to keep your data usage low. You can turn off mobile data on your Galaxy S20+ Plus to access apps like email, social networking, daily lifestyle apps, and it will stop you from connecting to the Internet using mobile data to update them.
You should know how to disable data from Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. International data usage can result in you being charged extra if your location is outside of the United States. It’s a good idea not to use the Galaxy S20’s mobile data if you are nearing your monthly data limit to avoid additional charges from your wireless provider.
Below are instructions for those who have just begun using Android and want to learn how to turn data ON/OFF with the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
How to Turn Mobile Data On and Off
It is recommended to turn off the Mobile Data feature of your Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus when you don’t want to use any apps that connect to the Internet. This will save you data and prevent your Samsung Galaxy battery being drained by the constant updates of background apps. This is a step-by–step guide on how you can turn off and on mobile data for your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. Please follow these steps:
- Scroll down from the top menu
- Select the Settings icon
- Select Data Usage
- To turn OFF mobile data, toggle the status switch beside Mobile Data
- Select OK
- Select the status switch beside the Mobile Data to turn mobile data on and off