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Default [Q] Mobile data in Zooper

Hi,
I need help with set mobile data from operator in Zooper. I have tariff from 16.th to 15.th every month, I want to zooper counted my mobile data monthly from 16.th.
I set #NTMTHM16# but it doesn´t work, mobile shows 200 MB and Zooper shows 5 MB.
How do I set it work?
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Hey mate,

I've tried the same thing you did and it works normally for me, it shows the same usage of MB as it does in Setting > Data usage, so I don't know what's the problem. Just be sure that you are writing it correctly in Zooper -> #NTMTHM16# . I'm using ZW PRO v2.42.
 
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I have Zooper Pro 2.44 from GPlay. I will wait for new period of month (16th - 15th), because i set up it during the period.
 
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Has anyone figure out what each character of these network data codes do?

#NTMTH1#
NT=network data
T/W/M=Total/Wifi/Mobile
T=???

Last characters could be:
H1/H7=past day / past 7 days
OR
M/MM/MM25=this month / this month? / since 25th

I can't get mine to match up either though. I have:

#NTMTH1# which seems to show today's data correctly for me "17MB" (matches android data usage)

#NTMTM25# shows "1083" but my data since 25th should be 88MB

#NTMTMM25# shows "118" but my data since 25th should be 88MB

Then the question of units, some show MB/KB which looks nice, but it makes progress bars misbehave since they can't differentiate KB and MB.

Anyone clear this all up?
Current: Samsung Galaxy S4, Nexus7(2012)
Previous: iPhone3GS-JB, NookColor-CM9, Cingular8125/HTC Wizard WM5, Sony T610, Nokia 8210, Nokia 6110
 
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My period begins on the 5th and I use #NTMTHM5# and it seems to do the job for me
 
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Does it match the android settings - data usage screen?

For me right now, Data Usage shows 243MB used while Zooper widget shows 168MB.
Current: Samsung Galaxy S4, Nexus7(2012)
Previous: iPhone3GS-JB, NookColor-CM9, Cingular8125/HTC Wizard WM5, Sony T610, Nokia 8210, Nokia 6110
 
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It generally does match (or closely approximate) what it says in Data Usage, however I have noticed that it occasionally resets for reasons I have yet to figure out. I think it might be tied to some reset events (manual/battery pull/battery empty), but this is not consistent at all. If I keep a decent charge in it, or only change the battery before it gets below 5% I do not seem to get this data stat reset.

It might be that you had a similar reset of the data variable in Zooper. I would be curious to see if the gap between Zooper and Android remains consistent or widens.
 
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I also noted that the MyATT app which shows data usage differs from the Android Data Usage and Zooper as well
Current: Samsung Galaxy S4, Nexus7(2012)
Previous: iPhone3GS-JB, NookColor-CM9, Cingular8125/HTC Wizard WM5, Sony T610, Nokia 8210, Nokia 6110

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