I’m going to show you how to turn off eighty data stream saver. What that is going to do is to allow you to stream your videos when you’re on a mobile network, att’s network, fully if it’s in 4k, 1080p, 1440p, whatever it may be. It’s going to allow you to stream that video as high quality as you can.
Otherwise, what the stream saver does is it downgrades the video down to 480p, which is below HD, it looks like crap, especially on your high resolution screen phones. Let’s get to it, I’ll link the ATT login site down below in the description. But otherwise, go to my AT&T, just Google that and click on the top link, it’ll bring you there and click login at the top right.
Once you get logged in, you need to do manage stream saver. Now if you’re looking for it, it’s very small, and hard to see, they told me on the instructions to go to manage data and I didn’t see that anywhere on here, but I did see manage stream saver. So on the right hand side, above how many gigabytes you have left of data.
All you need to do is to click manage Stream saver. And here is where you can actually turn data off on a line, or you can turn stream saver off. Stream saver is there, but it’s not in the forefront ,it’s below each one to see these little drop down, where it says Stream saver.
I turned it off from my line, I’m going to turn it off from my wife’s line, because I know she likes to see data or video. I should say on the mobile network at its full resolution. She doesn’t watch crappy 480p, who would want to watch that? But there are also two things to keep in mind: after you turn off the data, you want to make sure that you restart your device after about five minutes of you changing it.
And then restart your device, and then turn it back on and then you’ll be good to go the stream saver should be completely turned off. Also, this is automatically turned on for all your lines by default.
For my dad and for my mom, I’m going to keep it on and the reason we’re going to keep it on is that they don’t watch that much video on the phone. If they do, they won’t notice a huge difference. If they’re on a mobile networking, when they watch video, it’s mostly going to be a Wi-Fi so, I just leave it on for then.
Stream savers good if you want to downgrade your video and do not use a lot of data and watch it at 480p. But otherwise, I do not recommend it, it’s not going to do anything but save data. But at the same time you pay for data, and you pay for these high resolution screens so that you can watch videos in high resolution.
If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below, I will see you down the road.