How To Manage Data Usage Google Pixel 2 / 2 XL

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The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are Android smartphones designed, developed and marketed by Google. They were announced during a Google event on October 4, 2017, as the successors to the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. They were released on October 19, 2017, and serve as the second set of smartphones in the Google Pixel hardware line. The back of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL is made from aluminum with a thin “premium coating” of plastic and has a top section made from glass to provide wireless transmissivity. Unlike the original Pixel XL, which was simply an enlarged version of the Pixel design with no other changes, the Pixel 2 XL’s external design differs from its smaller sibling, employing a taller 18:9 P-OLED display instead of the Pixel 2’s 16:9 AMOLED. 

In many ways, this is Google’s best phone yet. Its impressive look and stellar, plus-sized screen go toe-to-toe with the fierce competition.The real kicker here are its cameras, which manage to outperform most, if not all, phones that have come before it.

However, this is also the company’s most expensive phone yet. And for that stack of cash, you can easily find a competent option that trumps the Google Pixel 2 XL in terms of hardware features (like expandable storage and wireless charging).

 

How To Manage Data Usage Google Pixel 2 / 2 XL.

From the Home screen, swipe up the Up Arrow icon (located at the bottom) to view the Apps List.

Tap Settings > Network & Internet > Data Usage.

Select any of the following:
Change Data Usage Cycle
Set Mobile Data Limit
Set Mobile Data Warning
View Data Usage by App
Restrict Data Usage by App
Change Data Usage Cycle

From the ‘Mobile’ section, tap Billing cycle.

Tap Billing cycle again and select the Usage cycle reset date then tap SET.
Refer to the My Verizon website for billing cycle date.

 

 

Set Mobile Data Limit:

Caution Mobile data (cellular data) be disabled upon reaching the specified data usage level indicated by the orange limit line. To continue to utilize apps dependant upon a data connection (e.g. browser, email, market, etc.), a Wi-Fi connection can be used or mobile data must be manually re-enabled (overage charges may apply).

Tap Mobile data usage.

Tap the Gear icon.

Tap Set data limit to enable on switch.

If presented with Limiting data usage screen, review the message then tap OK.
Tap Data limit.

Enter the preferred data usage limit then tap SET.

 

 

Set Mobile Data Warning:

A notification message appear upon reaching the specified data usage level indicated by the black warning line.

Tap Mobile data usage.
Tap the Gear icon.
Tap Set data warning.
Tap Data warning.
Enter the preferred warning limit then tap SET.

 

 

View Data Usage by App:

Tap an app (located below the usage graph).
View the usage information.

 

 

Restrict Data Usage by App:

Some apps depend upon background data (transferring data when not directly in use). Restricting background data may cause those apps to stop functioning unless a Wi-Fi connection is available.

Tap Mobile data usage.

Tap an app (located below the usage graph).

Tap Background data to turn on on switch or off off switch.

Turn on to enable usage of cellular data in the background.

If presented, review the message then tap OK.

 

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