Nowadays, every smartphone users are addicted to the internet either they are using Wi-Fi or mobile data. If you are have limited mobile data plan on your Android phone, then Google’s new Data Saver Mode on Android Oreo will be there for you to reduce unnecessary data usage.

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Google has integrated the Data Saver Mode on the previous Nougat update and continuous with the Android Oreo. Once you enable Data Saver Mode on Android Oreo, it will stop all background data usage on specific apps when you cross the pre-decided limit. Hence, it helps to use less mobile data. Let’s go through the guide to turn/off Data Saver Mode on Android Oreo device.

How to Enable or Disable Data Saver Mode on Android OreoHow to Enable/Disable Data Saver Mode on Android Oreo

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your Android Oreo device.

Open Settings app on Android Oreo deviceStep #2. Next, tap on “Data Usage” option under the Wireless & Network section.

Tap on Data usage in Settings on Android OreoStep #3. Now tap on three horizontal dots at the top right corner of the phone and select “Data Saver” option.

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Tap on Menu and Select Data saver on Android OreoStep #4. Now, here you can turn the toggle ON/OFF to enable/disable Date Saver Mode.

Turn ON or OFF Data Saver Mode on Android OreoThat’s it!

What’s more? You can also allow specific apps to use your mobile data, Wi-Fi, or you can set it forbidden while following the step 3 you can see the Data Usage Control option to manage your internet data. Besides, while turning on the Data Saver toggle, you can also prevent some app from being interrupted when there’s no Wi-Fi by tapping “Unrestricted data access” option and turning toggles on several apps.

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