While using Wi-Fi on Android device, sometimes it keeps on using the mobile data and most importantly it drains the battery even faster. So, the best way for optimal Android battery usage. The first thing to disable the mobile data on Wi-Fi is to enable the developer options.
Enabling the Developer Options
There are few simple steps to open the developer option.
- Open up Settings
- Go to About Phone or About Device Section
- Find the Build Information or Build Number
- Tap on the Build Number 7 (Seven) times
- Some phones also have a straightforward Developer Option in the Phone Settings
The developer options make numerous advanced options enabled for the users and developers.
Disabling Mobile Data on Wi-Fi
Now when the Developer Options are available, open the Settings and Tap the Developer Options. Once you get into the Developer Options and scroll down to the Networking Group settings and turn off the “Mobile data always active” option.
With the disabled Mobile Data Always Active, the Android device automatically turns off the Mobile Data while connected to Wi-Fi. In addition, whenever the device leaves the Wi-Fi range it will automatically turn on the Mobile Data. This will increase the battery charge life and the single charge will last longer.
While using iOS, the Wi-Fi Assist when disabled saves the unnecessary data usage while on Wi-Fi and make sure that not to use cellular data when the Wi-Fi signals are weak.