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The ability to have wireless networking on your Android phone is a huge benefit. Wireless, however, also uses power. So, ...
wouldn't it be great if you could easily toggle wireless on and off? If you know us, you know that we're just about to tell you that you can, that it's easy, and that we'll show you how.
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How to quickly toggle Wi-Fi on your Android phone.
Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder, and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to quickly toggle Wi-Fi off and on, on your Android phone. Wi-Fi is extremely handy on your Android phone but it also draws power. So it's nice if you can easily toggle to off and on without having to wait through the Settings.
So here in the Android Market, tap on the search, the magnifying glass appear at the top and then we are going to type in Wi-Fi, I already had typed in and here at the top Wi-Fi OnOff by CurveFish, see that free, its rated just about five stars, so download that and install it, and once you have look on your Android phone. All right tap it, it goes to off, you can tap it again, it goes to on. So each time you tap it toggles back and forth from off to on. You can also touch at the bottom and you have to hit it just right in order to get this but it will bring up the Wi-Fi settings. But for the most part, you don't even need to do that just tap it, turn it on, turn it off.
So that's toggling Wi-Fi off and on, on your Android phone and that's all there is to it.
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