3 Best Hotspot Speed Limiter App For Android

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3 Best Hotspot Speed Limiter App For Android

1. Data Usage Hotspot Monitor – NeoData

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“NeoData shows the amount of data used, easy and accurate with just one click instead of logging in to My Operator

Mobile Hotspot Usage Monitor:
✔ Keep track of your hotspot usage with out having to log into Operator account.
✔ Set Limits for Mobile Hotspot usage. Track hotspot usage and share your internet at home consciously.

Control your wireless data plan:
✔ Exclude free apps(zero rated apps) from the counter data plan.
✔ Data Tracker: Monitor your data usage on mobile, Wi-Fi, roaming, 3G, 4G.
✔ Data plan usage: Set up alarms for the usage of your plan.
✔ Widget of Real time plan usage on task bar and screen.
✔ Daily Data Usage indicators

Dual SIM phones support Android 6-9. (Support removed by Google on Android 10)
✔ Dual SIM App. You can control each plan individually. Manage each SIM data usage, for example, you can separate your phone bill according to your needs: business/personal; For travellers; International SIM/local SIM; Prepaid/Pospaid etc.

Monitor your network coverage. Network usage monitor.
✔ Shows to the operators when and where network downtime and mobile internet problems are happening. Works for Vodafone, ATT, Cricket, Movistar, Verizon.

Screen Time. Usage Phone.
✔ Monitor and get real time reports on how much time you spend on your smartphone and on your favorite apps. Phone Usage and digital detox.

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2. Bandwidth ruler

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“An android bandwidth manager for root and non root users, Internet/tethering speed setter/booster and an easy data usage manager .
Primarily published for devices like Samsung Galaxy Sx/ Sx-mini/tabs , LG Gx , Xperia Zx, Motorolla moto .. but could be used for other devices.

✔ Root Features :

1. Sets the Wifi connection upload Speed
2. Sets the Mobile connection upload Speed
3. Sets the Bluetooth connection upload Speed
4. Limits the tethering download speed (Download /Upload Speed ) for the portable Wifi Hotspot .
5. Sets the Download Speed for the USB/Bluetooth tethering connections
6. throttle the bandwidth of your connection when an arbitrary amount of data is reached
7. Accelerates all the connections (Through Fast Surf feature ), including tethered connections
8. Using Fast Surf Feature , access to websites/Media sharing such as Youtube , facebook, dailymotion ..is 4 times more rapid .
9. Fits the connection speed to your needs.
10. Increases your data plan lifetime
11. Very suitable for connections with low upload/download speed
12. Excellent mobile data saver (Money saver), Tested with 1GB/Month data plan. it extended the data plan +15 days with daily youtube videos and facebook .

✔ Non Root Features :

1. Easily create a data plan for your Internet Connections and also for your tethering connections (As if you create an alarm )
2. Easily edit a running data plan (modify speed , thresholds)
3. Enable/Disable a dataplan by a simple click.
4. Start Counting your bytes at any time (suitable for small data plans )
5. Sound and Bar Notifications when thresholds are reached
6. Can simultaneously manage more than 16 data plans
7. Provides links (shortcuts) to configure your connections
8. Provides your Connection Status and IP address

✔ How to test this app:

– Use a speed test tool to test your speed settings (from PC/tethered device in case of tethering )

✔ Common Use cases:

1. Continue using your phone while sharing your bandwidth as with a limited tethering speed, your handset will always have priority.
2. Limiting your tethering download speed will protect your device from high CPU load.
3. Limit your upload speed when sharing a Wifi Router Connection to (2/3 x[Router upload Speed]) such that everyone connected to the same router will not be annoyed when you perform a file upload , torrenting , VPN access etc..

✔ XDA Thread :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-bandwidth-manager-android-t2972889
✔ Info page :
http://bwruler.wordpress.com/”

3. Hotspot Control

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“Hotspot Control is a tiny app that enables or disables Portable Hotspot functionality of Android. Usually you could just do this in Android settings, but on some devices this option is hidden, or only works if you have a SIM inserted.

Hotspot Control does away with those requirements, assuming that the hotspot functionality itself is actually still present and operational on the device. Rooting is *usually* not required.

THIS IS NOT DESIGNED TO BEAT YOUR CARRIER’S TETHERING PROTECTION, OR LET YOU TETHER FOR FREE – For some people it does (it depends on how that protection is implemented) but this is not what the app was made for. It’s no use complaining that it doesn’t do this for you. This app is designed to circumvent some issues when setting up a *local* hotspot so your devices can communicate with eachother, *not* with the internet (though that also works on several devices).

You can configure the access point (hotspot) name and password, encryption used is alway WPA2 AES + TKIP, to keep it simple.

On some devices that do not have a cellular data connection capability (like the Nexus 10) the hotspot will not give out IP addresses – the app will auto-detect this situation and fix it, but root is required for that option. Note that without root on these devices, the connected devices can still communicate if you configure their IP addresses manually, but that is something for the advanced user.

I personally need this to create a private network (even without a SIM, and thus without an actual *internet* connection) in the field between a number of my devices. Some genius at Samsung decided that my Note II shouldn’t create an access point if no SIM is present – I beg to differ! Maybe someone else has use for this as well.

For discussion and questions, see the thread on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2230848″