Some customers are dissatisfied with Google since it modified the Wi-Fi toggle in the Quick Settings panel after releasing the Android 12 stable version. For the sake of simplification, the Mobile Data and Wi-Fi toggles have been combined into a single “Internet” toggle.
If you aren’t the biggest fan of this approach, then you’ll be glad to know there’s a way to bring back the dedicated Wi-Fi toggle in the Quick Settings panel of your phone.
Bring back the Wi-Fi toggle in your Android 12/13 smartphone
- Open Command Prompt will be at the root of the ADB installation. For doing so, you should type cmd in the address bar of File Explorer. Once you’ve set up ADB in your system’s PATH variable to work anywhere, you could skip this step and open the Command Prompt Window directly.
- Connect your device to your PC and then allow the USB debugging permission from the prompt that appears. If you have not enabled USB debugging, head over to Settings -> Developer options -> USB debugging on your device to toggle it on. To ensure that your device has been connected successfully, you should run the following command
- Paste this command into Command Prompt and then hit the Enter key
adb shell settings put secure sysui_qs_tiles “$ (settings get secure sysui_qs_tiles), wifi, cell
- You’ll now get the dedicated Wi-Fi and mobile data toggles on the last page of the Quick Settings panel. For bringing them back to the front, press the pencil icon located at the bottom of the Quick Settings panel.
- Press and drag Mobile data and Wi-Fi data toggles to the top. For avoiding redundancy, you should choose to move the “Internet” toggle to the inactive tiles area.
- You can enjoy dedicated toggles for Mobile Data and Wi-Fi on your Android 12 smartphone.