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Topic # 192242 2-Mar-2016 19:38
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Hey everyone,

My brother has this little weird icon in the top left of his screen on the status bar which shows upload and download bytes. Does anyone know how to remove it? Can't say I've seen it before.

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  Reply # 1505167 2-Mar-2016 19:49
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Is it an option in the data settings?

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  Reply # 1505179 2-Mar-2016 20:06
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Looked but couldn't find anything


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  Reply # 1505214 2-Mar-2016 20:43
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It is under developer options of the top of my head in settings. Option near the bottom to show bandwidth use.

I can't remember what the option is called since it has been a while since I've had a Samsung device.

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