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You don't always notice when programs on your mobile phone go online. For example, GPS only talks to navigation satellites, but if you forget to switch off assisted GPS every localisation attempt results in a data traffic between your phone and a GPS positioning server. If you're roaming abroad, this may result in expensive surprises.
Other programs may use GPRS or 3G (UMTS, HSDPA) when you don't want them to. For example, Google Maps may automatically use an expensive connection before you get the chance to tell it to use a free Wi-Fi access point instead. And all programs that automatically check for updated versions may not always ask you for permission to go online first.
Enter BlockGPRS. This patch for ROMPatcher kills...
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