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Topic # 85093 13-Jun-2011 22:37
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Hi, I use dataman on my iphone & ipad. This works great to let me know how much data I use over wifi, but it counts everything, including streaming locally over my lan.

I have networx for pc, and I can tell it to ignore local traffic, but haven't been able to find anything like that for ios. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.




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  Reply # 480819 14-Jun-2011 00:23
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i cant find an app with that name. Could it be called something else?




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  Reply # 480820 14-Jun-2011 00:37
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Dreamy: i cant find an app with that name. Could it be called something else?


*Facepalm* - It's a Android App.
Nothing for iOS due to it's locked down nature.
(I could be incorrect, maybe a Jailbroken App?) 




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lol you lot are lulz, thanks for making my day better. ty ty tyvm.






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  Reply # 481158 14-Jun-2011 19:30
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michaelmurfy:
Dreamy: i cant find an app with that name. Could it be called something else?


*Facepalm* - It's a Android App.
Nothing for iOS due to it's locked down nature.
(I could be incorrect, maybe a Jailbroken App?) 



lol I didn't even click or look at the link, I just went straight to the app store. So that's a real drag then, but thanks for the help :)




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