Mobile Data On Off

Mobile Data On Off


-Turn on/off mobile network data with one click. Applicable to android 2.3 and above.

-Please note that this is an application to turn on/off mobile data but not an application that switch the phone from 2G to 3G or vice versa.

Thanks

Recent changes:
Update for version 3 - Change the icon of the application.
Update for version 4 - Change the dialog text as suggestion from one of the users.
Update for version 4.1.1 - Change some wordings description.
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4.1
User ratings
1109
Installs
100,000+
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File size
22 kb
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About Mobile Data On Off
-Turn on/off mobile network data with one click. Applicable to android 2.3 and above.

-Please note that this is an application to turn on/off mobile data but not an application that switch the phone from 2G to 3G or vice versa.

Thanks

Recent changes:
Update for version 3 - Change the icon of the application.
Update for version 4 - Change the dialog text as suggestion from one of the users.
Update for version 4.1.1 - Change some wordings description.
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A Google User
Monday 5:02 PM
It doesn't work !!!!!
A Google User
Sunday 7:48 PM
Worked great on my Tablet
A Google User
4 days ago
Works as it should! I know others have said it stopped working, but for me it works perfectly on on KitKat 4.4. Works perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 . Without this I would need to go into the settings, find cellular data , then turn it on. This makes it so much easier.
A Google User
5 days ago
Dont work on moto g2
A Google User
6 days ago
Worked great, till recent upgrade Great app, made necessary by removing from the cellular data button notification panel. But the provider defeated it with the recent upgrade. It no longer works :-) Hope the fix comes soon. Well it's not going to get fixed. ATT or Samsung or Google decided to disallow apps from changing the setting. They claim it's security. More likely they want people to burn more bandwidth and spend more money. Gettin' sleazy.
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