How to set a mobile data limit on the Galaxy S3, S4, S5 and Note 3

Whenever we purchase a new device, most of us don’t know how to disable mobile data, and same is the case when we don’t know about data plan being outdated. Because of this when we need our mobile data the most, our limit is up due to reason that we don’t know when the limit is up and how much was consumed in a day.  So, today I will tell how you can set a specific mobile data limit on your Galaxy devices. When ever you’ll reach to the specific limit of mobile data you’ll be notified. That will help to track your mobile data plans limit.

How to set a mobile data limit on the Galaxy Devices:

set a mobile data limit on the Galaxy

On Galaxy Note 3: Setting -> Connection Tab ->Date Usage -> Check Mobile Data -> Check Set Mobile data Limit. Add any Specific Mobile Data Limit, when you cross that limit you’ll get a warning message.

On Galaxy S5:  Samsung Galaxy S5 setting will be a little bit different due to TouchWiz but its also so easy. Goto Settings -> Quick Settings -> Data Usage -> Set Mobile Data Limit.

set a mobile data limit on the Galaxy

On Galaxy S4: I am running 4.4 KitKat on Galaxy S4 setting are same follow the steps. Goto Settings -> Connections tab -> Data Usage -> Set Mobile Data Limit.

On Galaxy S3: Setting menu depends on your OS version, if your are using Android 4.3 on S3 then setting tabs will be different. It totally depend on your Android version. To Set mobile data limit on S3 Goto Settings -> Connections tab -> Data Usage -> Set Mobile Data.

Personally I love this option because it helps us to know how much we have used mobile data in day, also we will know when we  to update our package.


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