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Default [Q] Data reduction

Hi,

When I'm using Wi-Fi, in the background large amount of data is transmitted, even when I have turned off auto synchronization.
That's the reason why, i don't want to use data transmission provided by my GSM operator. Is there any application, which will give me a control over every application which is trying to use internet? Application asking me if I want allow this application to use data transmision, or asking how i want to realize this connection, by Wi-Fi or data transmission?

Do you know any apps, or any solutions?
 
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I don't know any apps, but may be the solution, do you have auto backup feature turned on? It's in backup and reset.

Usually everything like your settings and password are backed up all the time to Google servers. Turn it off, it might work.

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Use any Firewall app from Play Store.
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