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[Q] WiFi Turn On by It-self. Why?

14th March 2014, 05:37 PM |#11  
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Are you running battery guru? If yes it will turn on Wi-Fi automatically if it comes in range of that network.
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Are you running battery guru? If yes it will turn on Wi-Fi automatically if it comes in range of that network.

I do and I will check. Anyway do you know how disable WiFi to turn on in Battery Guru?
14th March 2014, 07:41 PM |#13  
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Go to settingz in batteryguru u'll find the option there as my phone is not available for now so i can't say you what to do exactly
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Go to settingz in batteryguru u'll find the option there as my phone is not available for now so i can't say you what to do exactly

Thanx Mate, I finded that Battery Guru have the ability to manage my WiFi so I set it up like I like and it should not turn on anymore. I hope I will not come back here soon.

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Not sure if it will control wifi but the app that controls connection and stuff could also be doing this. Like wren you put it to charge it whatever event is the trigger.

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Not sure if it will control wifi but the app that controls connection and stuff could also be doing this. Like wren you put it to charge it whatever event is the trigger.

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It was Battery Guru. I just disabled manage Wi-Fi based on my usage and don't manage Wi-Fi for at last 4 hours in Advanced and it not turning on anymore. I do it manually. Very happy now. Battery life stay up longer.
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