APNdroid

APNdroid is an Android app aimed to save battery power by turning off mobile data usage.

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  1. Description
  2. APNdroid for Android

Description

Developer: Martin Adamek

Category: System

Platform: Android

Submitted: 26 Aug 2010

Updated: 26 Aug 2010

APNdroid it is a toggle-application that can enable/disable Access Point Names (APN) to connect to internet. If you are not going to use internet for a while, you just toggle the button and the app will prevent your phone from connecting to net over 3G/EDGE/GPRS, leaving you with the basic voice call/SMS capabilities of a standard cellphone. So you can save the battery power.

The trick is that APNdroid renames your access point names and types by adding the suffix to them.

Note: Uninstall with enabled internet, or you will need to change APNs manually.

The app is not designed for CDMA networks.
Nexus One random reconnect issue is caused by Android bug #2207.

APNdroid for Android

APNdroid is an Android app aimed to save battery power by turning off mobile data usage.

APNdroid 3.0.0 seem to be the latest available version for the Android platform. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:

There are totally 4 version(s) of APNdroid for Android on this site. More details and all its versions are available on the APNdroid for Android portal.

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