It is no secret to anyone that currently technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, something palpable with different types of aspects nowadays, such as computers, televisions, mobile devices. Apart from that we can see it in the improvement of mobile networks that allow interconnection with the digital world.
The latter could be seen with the emergence of the 4G Network , which has caused a revolution in the current technological era, because it is optimal to be used both for computers and for simple phones improving the quality of navigation and connection . This is why, today in TechnoWikis, we will explain how to activate these networks in Xiaomi devices, specifically in the Xiaomi Redmi S2. We will also see how we can disable the use of mobile data and thus avoid extra expenses.
For this last you just have to perform the following actions. We also leave the video tutorial to follow the steps more easily.
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To start, you have to go to the main screen of your system, or directly to the application menu that it has, and from there you have to look for the option of "Settings", which you can identify by its nut or gear icon.
Before continuing with the procedure, you have to know that it is a fundamental requirement, the fact that you have inserted in the device a chip or SIM that is able to connect to the Internet through 4G networks.
As you will see you will appear in a panel of options, in it, you have to go down to look for the "Network" section, and there you have to enter the first option that has the name of "SIM cards and mobile networks".
As you can see, you will enter a section where each and every one of the SIM configurations of the mobile phone can be found. There, you have to go to the "Settings" section and verify that the data is activated in the "Activated data" box.
And now, as you can see, the procedure is really short and simple, so we invite you to do it in your Xiaomi Redmi S2 so that you can enjoy the marvelous navigation through the 4G networks.