In India, Google added an Android TV Data Saver mode about a year ago, which helps to reduce internet usage. Now, Android TV Data Saver works in more countries after hitting the Play Store a few weeks back.
It automatically adjusts the video quality to use less data when this data saver software is used on Android TV devices. This is extremely appropriate for using a TV, such as an Android TV projector, that is linked to a hotspot. When your TV has surpassed a certain amount of data usage, the feature may also toss up a pop-up message. For every 100MB, 500MB, or 1GB of data used by your TV, you will get notifications.
Unfortunately, while the app can be enabled in the US and UK on Android TV devices-all that’s we’ve been able to test so far-and shows accurately in the Settings app, it doesn’t seem to work properly. I checked the device with Google TV as well as a JBL Link Bar on a Chromecast, but neither device could actually turn the setting on. Even when I switched the Link Bar from my Galaxy Z Fold 2 to a mobile hotspot, the feature still couldn’t activate fully.
You can now install the Google Play Store Android TV Data Saver.