Ubuntu 20.04.2, using Mate desktop
I was trying to check on the update status of one of my apps and found that Software is no longer doing automatic updates because of my 'Metered' connection and it suggests I can turn that preventative 'Off'. My Data connection is 'unlimited data' so it's sort of metered in that if the cell tower gets crowded it can throttle back the data rate but not specifically metered for charges. When I check my connection though, that 'Metered' setting is already 'Off'. So what do I do now to get 'Software' to show upgrades or even my current installed software as it's not showing that either, it just shows a blank white page.
EDIT: nmcli -t -f GENERAL.DEVICE,GENERAL.METERED dev show $(ip route list 0/0 | sed -r 's/.dev (\S).*/\1/g')
PS I use Mate desktop...the most recent...I think. And I should mention I'm using Visible cell network (Verizon) for unlimited data for one low monthly price, all the time. I didn't have this problem a couple three Ubuntu upgrades before present time.