How To Disable Mobile Internet On Android
A modern Android smartphone is hard to imagine without access to the Internet. In this article, we will talk about how to turn on the Internet on an Android smartphone using mobile communications and Wi-Fi.
How to enable mobile Internet on Android
In order to enable mobile Internet on Android, you need to perform a few simple steps. First, you need to enable the Mobile Data feature. To do this, open the Android settings and go to the “Data transfer” section.
In this section, you need to find the Mobile Data function and enable it. Also in this section there is a function of “Saving traffic”. It’s better to disable it, otherwise in the background it may block access to the Internet for some applications.
After that, you need to return to the main screen with the settings and go to additional Internet settings. To do this, open the “” section.
Next, go to the Mobile Networks subsection.
To enable the Internet, you need to select the type of network: 2G, 3G or 4G LTE. Now, the 3G network works with almost all operators and in all countries. But, if your mobile operator supports 4G LTE, then it is better to choose this type of network. Since 4G LTE provides maximum Internet access speed. Also in the subsection “Mobile Networks” there is a function of “Internet roaming”. If you want to enable the Internet in roaming, then this function must also be activated.
In most cases, the above steps are enough to turn on the Internet on your Android smartphone. But, if the Internet still doesn’t work for you, then most likely you do not have access points (APNs) configured. In order to configure them you need to open the settings and go to the “. Mobile Networks. Access Points (APN)” section.
Here you can select one of the Internet access points and change its settings. You can also add an access point here. To do this, there is a button with a plus sign. If you do not know what settings to specify, contact the technical support of your Internet provider.
How to connect the Internet on Android via Wi-Fi
If you want to connect the Internet on Android using a connection to a wireless Wi-Fi network, then everything is much simpler than in the case of using mobile Internet. All you have to do is open the Android settings and go to the “Wi-Fi” section.
Next, you need to turn on the Wi-Fi network, if it is disabled, and select the wireless network with which you want to connect your Android smartphone or tablet to the Internet.
After that, a window will appear asking for the password. Enter the password for Wi-Fi and click on the “Connect” button.
After entering the password, the Android smartphone will connect to the Internet via a wireless Wi-Fi network. At the same time, next to the selected Wi-Fi network, the message “Connected” appears.
If, after connecting to a Wi-Fi network, the Internet still did not work, then most likely the problem is the lack of access to the Internet on a router or Wi-Fi access point.