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EDIT 2 Sorry, misread the question. Your System Preference pane is probably locked. The screenshot you posted is from the "Advanced" section. Go back to basic network preferences, and look at the bottom left corner of the window. There should be a lock saying "Click the lock to make changes". Click the lock and enter an administrator username and ...
I would look at which Apps are allowed to use Background App Refresh, in Settings > General & also possibly in Settings > iTunes & App Store what is allowed to download over Mobile data. A third possibility is iOS updates themselves, which cannot be prevented; the best workaround for those is to always update on the day of release, through iTunes, ...
If you want an iPhone without the phone, Apple recently updated the iPod Touch with the internals of the iPhone 6. It still has only a 4-inch screen size, but with the updated hardware, it makes a decent iPhone without the phone. It costs $199 for the 16GB model, $249 for 32GB, $299 for 64GB, and $399 for 128GB.
Not on iOS 9.1 and earlier. Also, the wifi isn't always "randomized"
I don't know what do you mean by where to find /etc/apt/sources.list . It's in /etc/apt/ as the path indicates. You can edit this from your terminal, I prefer using vim. sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list, hit Shift-G to jump to the end of the file, followed by 'o' to go into insert mode on a new line and write deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ wheezy main ...
You don't have a neat switch to disable system data usage, but you can nip at the edges. First, Game Center can be caused by the GC app as well as by games that make calls to game center on your behalf. I would sign out go Game Center entirely and see if that lowers the requests. You might have to delete the games that call against Game Center also. Then ...
Facebook messenger for calls. Theres a icon of a phone beside the name of the contact when u open message window. Its crystal clear sound. Just turn on mic in settings.
Your question touches upon a few different areas so I will aim to address these individually: Disabling a network service You did not mention how you were disabling the Wi-Fi (i.e. WLAN) service, however there are generally two ways to do so from System Preferences in OS X: Click the Apple menu (), then System Preferences, then Network Click Wi-Fi or ...
Go to System Preferences -> Sharing. Enable Internet Sharing. Set Share your connection from to Wi-Fi set the To Computers using to Ethernet. Connect the ethernet cable from Macbook to your airport's Ethernet WAN port (Dotted circle). That's it.
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