Just came from an iPhone who had this feature for years.
Certain apps like YT, SKYPE, I just don't want to be able to use ny 3g data at all. So once they are off the wifi they should be unabled to be used.
I know data saver, or limiting the background data is not it. So am I missing something?
@Venom7000: This may be related to your WiFi settings, therefore please go to Settings > Connections > WiFi > Tap the 3 dots in the top right > Advanced > Switch to Mobile Data > Off. This should stop apps such as Skype switching to Mobile Data when outside the range of your WiFi router. Hope this helps.
Thank you for replying. No this is not my issue.
Imagine this scenario.
I am leaving my house. I am now on the streets half a mile of my home wifi. I want WhatsApp and Viber and emails to use phone data (internet allowance) but I dont want to allow Youtube or certain other apps to use data. Even if I open them while off any wifi and while I am on my 3g network.
I just dont want some apps to be able to use internet outside the wifi connection.
If that makes sense?
P.s- I am also not sure if the option you suggested will prevent Youtube which I am browsing on my home wifi to not switch over to data if say my wifi cut off with out me noticing.