How to Turn Off Autoplay For Videos On Android
The longer texts are being replaced with videos. Short videos are also a great time-killer - sometimes annoying and distracting.
Now that the apps and services are becoming centered around videos, it may bring a certain level of discomfort to some as all the major networks have autoplay functions set by default.
If you don't want to wake your partner up while scrolling your feed at night or want to save data on your plan, there's a way to turn off the autoplay in some apps on your Android. Let's look into some of them.
2. Scroll all the way down to find App Settings.
3. Tap on Autoplay.
4. To stop videos from bothering you, choose Never Autoplay Videos.
5. Voila, your Facebook app is now autoplay video-free!
1. Open the Instagram app on your device.
2. Tap on your Profile, again the last item to the right.
3. Press the three-dot menu in the upper right corner.
4. Cut down, go to “Cellular Data Use“ and choose “Use Less Data“. Once activated it will limit preloading videos to WiFi, thus saving your data.
2. Press the three-dot menu button, which you can find in the top right corner of the app's screen. Tap on Settings.
2. In settings, choose General, scroll down and select “Video autoplay”.
4. In a prompt menu that pops up, choose “Do not automatically play video in timelines“.
If you follow these simple tricks, you'll be able to filter out the unnecessary noise and save your data as well.
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