Data usage is a big concern for most cell phone owners that do not have a plan with unlimited data. Your monthly allotment can get used quickly if you stream a lot of video or music, so you might be curious to see how much data you have used on your Samsung Galaxy On5.
Our guide below will help you to find the menu that contains this information, as well as a breakdown of data usage by individual apps. This allows you to see which activities on your Galaxy On5 are responsible for the most data consumption, which can be valuable information to have when you are trying to reduce your usage.
See Which Apps Are Using Mobile Data on the Galaxy On5
The steps in this guide were performed with a Samsung Galaxy On5 using the Android 6.0.1 operating system. By following the steps below, you will be able to see how much mobile data you have used in a given period of time, and which apps account for that data usage. Note that Wi-Fi data usage is not counted. This is only data that you have used when connected to a cellular network.
Step 1: Open the Apps folder.
Step 2: Select the Settings option.
Step 3: Select the Data usage option.
Step 4: View the overall data usage for the selected period of time. Total usage is shown at the top-right of the screen. You can select the date range by tapping the date at the top-left of the screen.
Step 5: Scroll down to see which apps have used data, and how much they have used.
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