Wrong page is linked So I'm using the Galaxy s6, you've replied asking what the page that was linked exactly was but I accidentally deleted the review. So to let you know the page your app links to is the 'Mobile Networks' page, the one where you can change the roaming setting, access point names and network mode. On the actual galaxy s6 settings, 'Mobile Networks' is only 1 menu option below the actual data setting you'd expect. Added a star for trying to resolve the issue.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Lollipop with my AT&T Samsung S4 now forces you to go through 5 menus to toggle mobile data. This app provides a shortcut that still takes two steps, but hey, this is doable and not big deal. Not as convenient as the older apps that were one-click toggle that are blocked by lollipop, but this app means I can take my time looking for another smartphone and carrier. Perfect.
Must have app for no data button issues! My phone seems to be stuck on lollipop or whatever, so there's no data button without trawling through different menus. This lets you click it and go straight to the menu where data is.
Fixed: Just started bouncing up a layer in Settings This has been the best thing possible under Lollipop. But a strange thing started yesterday. Shortcut disappeared from my home screen. I put it back, but since then whenever I tap on it, it moves to the Mobile Networks screen & I have to tap again to reach Data Settings. EDIT: After a few days it started behaving normally again. Just a hiccup, I guess. Still the best we can get until Android changes.
Oh my god, this is fantastic. I needed like air a quick option to switch between 3g and 4g services (free 4g mobile data on my plan, AND 4g not working while on my floor in the office building, killing battery and not receiving signal. So turning it on and off at least twice a day for me). Paired it off with a long drag up in Swipe Home Button - et voila. Both apps work like charms on Marshmallow, and I'm not upgrading to Nougat if they won't run on that one =^ PS: could you please create an app-quick access to the "Apps appearing on top", please? Would've gladly pay for it; turning that setting on/off is such a plight on Marshmallow, ugh.
Allow fairly fast data toggle Like many I am used to using a data toggle. Since the lollipop upgrade data toggles no longer work. Although it is possible to turn off mobile data in Lollipop, it takes seven steps. This app allows you to turn off data with three quick clicks.
Adding Lollipop support.