Find out how many hotspots your Android handset has saved, use less data on metered Wi-Fi networks, and more.
It’s easy to take Wi-Fi for granted. Most of the time it just works, no thought required. But even if your Wi-Fi connection is placidly humming away, there are still plenty of Wi-Fi settings on your Android device worth tweaking.
For starters, you can decide whether you want your Android device to bug you about available public Wi-Fi networks, and you can view—or forget—any Wi-Fi network you’ve previously saved for automatic connection. You can also decide whether your phone’s Wi-Fi radio stays on when your Android device is asleep, or put data caps on any metered Wi-Fi networks that you regularly use.
Read on for six ways to make the most of your Wi-Fi on Android, starting with…