General :: Rooted Galaxy Nexus - Disable OTA Update Notification

Oct 15, 2013

I have a rooted galaxy nexus. How can I disable to OTA update notification. I have tried the method where you use root explorer to access cache/fota folder, but I do not have a fota folder.

General :: Rooted galaxy nexus - Disable OTA update notification


General :: CWM Touch Won't Stick - Galaxy Nexus Rooted

Jun 28, 2012

I have been trying to get my rooted Galaxy Nexus to load the CWM Touch recovery image, and I just can't seem to get it to stick. I originally just tried to install the basic non-touch version from Rom Manager. When it rebooted, I got the red ! and a dead robot. So I booted into fast boot, and flashed the touch recovery. After flashing if I go straight to recovery, I do get the CWM recovery and can backup. My problem is that if I the reboot the phone, I can never get back to it again. I always end up at the red ! and a dead robot.

I read on another thread to rename the file "/recovery-from-boot.p" to "recovery-from-boot.p-bak" and that it might require reflashing the image. I moved this file and re-named it, reflashed, booted into android. Then powered off and booted into recover mode, just to see the red ! again.

It seems that when I first flash I can go into it, but anytime after that it just dies. I could probably just go ahead and flash a new image to the phone but I don't feel good doing that while the recovery image seems to need re-imaging every time.

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General :: Nexus 7 Running 4.2.2 - How To Update Rooted Device

Jul 25, 2013

I have a Nexus 7 running 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, with an unlocked boot loader and rooted. Since the 4.3 versions are now officially out, I was wondering how I would update. Is there any special process? Can I just use the normal OTA update service built-in? Will doing that lose my root and unlock? If possible, I'd prefer the most risk-free method, as I don't want to mess up my Nexus.

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General :: How To Turn Off Or Disable Update Notification On WT19i

Feb 26, 2012

is there any way i can turn off or disable the update notification on my wt19i ?

i updated it to .62 only to find it couldn't be rooted, so i downgraded to .58 using the wotan server and re-rooted and all is well but the stupid update prompt is always there.

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General :: Galaxy Nexus Rooted - Change SMS Reply To Number?

Mar 23, 2012

Basically I'm trying to get my Wife/teens to stop using carrier text messaging without having to explain to them how to use two different applications to send texts.

Doesn't have to be Google voice, really any app that will act as the default messaging app and when texts come in over the Verizon number and they reply to the text the recipient gets the "free" text number to respond to will work - Gvoice just seemed like the easy choice.

What I'm looking to do is change the reply-to number that gets sent to text message recipients from the default messaging app, Go SMS or Handcent SMS. What I do NOT want to do is have two separate text messaging apps. I want all texts to come from one application.

The idea here is to avoid paying Verizon text messaging charges and eventually block carrier text messaging altogether by using Google voice to send/receive all SMS.

Ideally this is how it would work - When a friend sends me a txt using my Verizon number I get a notification. I click reply and then press send and one of two things happens:

1. Instead of sending the text over Verizon's network the text automatically sends it through Google voice and my friend sees my Google voice number and replies to it, essentially encouraging them to use the new phone number but seamless from my perspective.

2. Another alternative is to send the text message over Verizon's SMS network but have the reply-to number be my Google voice number so when they reply it will go through Google voice.

While #1 will more quickly reduce the number of text messages sent through the carrier network what's most important is I'm using the same app for all texting.

I don't mind purchasing an app that can do this either.

I using a rooted Galaxy Nexus.

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General :: Galaxy S3 - Disable (Connected To WiFi Network) Notification

Jun 11, 2013

I have a Galaxy S3 on the Bell Mobile network in Canada, and aside from the horrendous battery life, it's a pretty good phone. One thing I notice that's kinda annoying is the "Connected to Wi-Fi network [network name]" pop-up that comes up quite often. I've managed to snap a screenshot of it.

How to disable this? The only info I've found so far is on the Verizon pop-ups, and entering the *#6335623# code on the dial screen, but nothing comes up when I try that, and I'm not even sure that fix would work for this.

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General :: Galaxy Nexus - Accessing Notification Bar From Any App?

Jun 27, 2012

I am currently on a Galaxy Nexus, and the one thing I am missing from my iPhone is the ability to view my notifications when I am say in a game or an app that hides the top bar. Is there a way around this or something I am missing? Is it coming up in jelly bean? (I haven't had time to really look it up but I heard about the better notifications.)

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General :: Rooted Nexus 7 WiFi (2012) Won't Boot After Attempted Kitkat 4.4 Update

Nov 27, 2013

I am trying to get a friends Nexus 7 up and running. I recently rooted it and installed the custom recovery using my Mac with this guide while the tablet was on 4.3. All was well, but then my friend was given the option to install the 4.4 Kitkat update. After the update, the tablet has been unable to boot - it simply hangs at the startup animation. I am able to enter the recovery boot loader, and enter options to restore from a .zip, however I have no way of accessing the tablet's memory from my computer to put the original operating system back on it- although I think it could be done from Terminal, I am not well versed in command prompts.

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General :: How To Remove Voicemail Notification On Galaxy Nexus With Stock ICS - Unrooted

Jun 26, 2012

remove a voicemail notification on my Galaxy Nexus with stock ICS, unrooted.

Here's the catch: the voicemail message has a registered phone number (the carrier's voicemail number). However, the carrier changed this number, so if I try to access the voicemail through the notification, the number doesn't exist anymore. Accessing the new number does not remove the notification.

Is there a way to change this?

Already tried clearing phone app data with no luck.

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General :: System Update For Rooted Sprint Galaxy Note 2

Feb 25, 2013

How to update this damn thing once it's rooted so I can stop getting notifications every three minutes that there's a system update? I'm about to throw this thing against the wall and start using two tin cans held together by a string.

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General :: Rooted Galaxy S2 - SuperSU Binary Update Bootloop

Nov 21, 2013

I have a rooted galaxy S2 on stock with the SuperSU application. I updated the SuperSU application today and when I opened it, it advised me to update the binary. I selected the option to update the binary via CWM (as that's my recovery tool). My phone then tried to reboot but is now stuck on the splash screen, I have access to ODIN mode which currently says CUSTOM BINARY DOWNLOAD: Yes (1 counts) but no access to CWM.

I have a feeling I would need to flash the kernel but am not really sure what the best way to fix this is. If possible I would like to keep all my data intact.

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General :: How To Update Samsung Galaxy S I9000 From Rooted Android 2.2 To Newer Version

Jun 16, 2013

A friend of mine rooted my samsung mobile Galaxy S I9000 with a android 2.2 version. I read information on rooting your device, in which everything is explained very well, but could not find information on how to update once a device was rooted (probably I did not search in the right place). What I did so far is:

1) Taking backup of my pics (by manually drag and drop the folder on my pc), SMS and call logs (with sms backup + app), syncronized my contacts with gmail so that I can recover them later on and backup the music folder. I installed backup Titanium to back up my apps on my SD card.

1) Which most recent version of Android is supported on the device I have?
2) Is there important information that I forgot to back up?
3) Is there a guide with step by step procedure on which files I have to download on my pc and which procedure to follow?

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Nexus :: Notification Software Update Does Not Update?

Feb 24, 2010

Anyone getting this problem? The settings are set correctly and once in awhile I go to my market downloads and there are several programs that need an update.

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Motorola Droid : Disable 2.1 Popup Update Notification

Apr 4, 2010

How to disable the automatic 2.1 popup that is constantly displayed every time I unlock my phone? I imagine it would be something like renaming a certain file, but I guess I'd have to know the name of the correct file first.

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Motorola Droid : Rooted - Getting Update Notification

Apr 27, 2010

im rooted and on fabs rom latest version..and im getting the 2.1 update message that its downloaded and ready to install how do i get rid of this?

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Motorola Droid : Rooted FRG22 -Update Notification

Aug 19, 2010

I have a Rooted FRG22 droid with custom kernel. I used SPRecovery to update to the FRG22 rooted version.

I just got a system update notification for 2.2. WTF do I do? I remember hearing that the update will drain my battery (i mean, the update notification).

Why am I getting this notification? How do I make it go away?

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Jelly Bean :: Update Rooted Sprint Galaxy S3 To 4.3?

Dec 11, 2013

I'd rather have an up to date phone than a rooted phone, I think. I just have it rooted to eliminate the shutter sound in the camera anyway.

Some threads say that they "lost root" when they updated. Does that mean I can just update and it'll be back to non-rooted normal? That would be easier than un-rooting, but I'm afraid to just click the OK button in case it messes things up.

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General :: GS3 Rooted - How To Disable Updates For Specific Apps In Market

Jul 24, 2013

It used to be the market would separate apps that were approved for auto update from those that had disabled auto update set. One could then simply hit the Update All (for the group) button and it would update ONLY the apps that were auto update enabled. Over the past few months Play Store has changed their behavior in that it no longer separates the apps and will only enable auto updates for everything or nothing.

How can I hide or otherwise prevent these few apps that I do not want to update from being in the play store update list? As it is now, I have to selectively update each individual app from the list, skipping the few apps I do not want updated.

Currently on a Samsung GS3, rooted, stock.

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General :: Tethering On Rooted Nexus 4?

Apr 22, 2014

I recently rooted my Nexus 4 using the Nexus Root Toolkit and now i've noticed that I can not tether my phone to my laptop. Before rooting, USB tethering worked without a problem. My Nexus 4 is on the T-Mobile 3GB Simple Choice plan -3gb data and tethering.

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Samsung Galaxy S :: Possible To Get Update (new Notification) Linked Sent Directly To Phone Via Sms?

Jun 28, 2010

Is it possible to get any update new notification etc linked sent directly to your phone via sms?

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General :: Disable No Sim Notification On Startup?

May 10, 2014

I want to disable this no sim notification on startup. What should I do?

Rom: Stock rom.
Device platform: MTK 6589
Android OS: 4.2.1
Notification info: Phone.apk

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General :: Disable Location Set By GPS Notification?

Jun 4, 2012

As stated. I am using anti theft software that forces my phone to switch on wifi and GPS but as soon as it does I get that message telling me something is using my GPS etc. This looks suspicious to a potential thief in my opinion so I want to know if there was anyway at all I could remove or disable this pop up

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General :: Disable Notification Bar Icons?

Dec 23, 2012

Is there any way to disable the icons in the notification bar which appear while apps running in background without losing their full funktion?For example I have an "Anti-Virus Program", "LBE Security Master" an "Tasker" running in Background. There a little Icons shown in the Status-Bar and big notifications when I pull down the notification bar. Of course many apps have an option to disable this, but they tell me that they won't work right anymore if I would disable that. Since Jelly-Bean, I think, there is a way to disable notifications from every app but same thing here - apps seem not to work right anymore.

Is there a way to get rid of the icons or the big notifications without losing their funktion?

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Nexus :: Upgrading Rooted ERE27 To Rooted FRF91

Jul 2, 2010

I am sure it's been answered but I failed completely in finding what directions for my exact state and being a n00b when it comes to rooting, I've decided to ask first.

I am currently on rooted T-Mobile's ERE27. This morning I got OTA upgrade, however, when I tried to install it I got the "verification failed" message. After I restarted the phone, I looked at the SD card and found no Update.zip of any kind.

Several questions:
1) Should I wait for an OTA? Will an OTA update work on rooted Nexus?
2) If I have to do it manually, can someone please explain the steps I should take or link me to a guide that fits my state?
3) Will an upgrade, manual or OTA, wipe the phone?

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General :: Nexus 7 - Loose USB Hub On Rooted Tablet?

Dec 19, 2013

I have a slight issue with my Nexus 7 (2013).I pretty much can't charge up my tablet because the USB port is very loose. It happened quite suddenly, but I don't really know why and that is not the problem. It can happen.The problem is, my tablet is rooted. Does messing with the OS void the warranty on mechanical faults clearly not associated with any software?

Also, do you think I should take it to some local mobile repair shop instead? It would most definitely ruin what is left of my warranty for good.

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General :: Nexus 7 Rooted But Cannot Flash Custom ROM

Mar 17, 2013

I used mskip's toolkit to root my device, which succeeded, but I am unable to flash a custom rom. I've tried to flash 2 different versions of paranoid android, using cwm recovery, but I get the following error :

'assert failed: getprop("ro. build. product. device")...
E: Error in /sdcard/0/download/pa_grouper...
(Status 7)

BTW, I had no problems flashing pa to my Nexus 4&10 and loving that rom.

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General :: Unlocked / Rooted Samsung Nexus S 4G?

May 10, 2013

Somehow I managed to get my Samsung Google Nexus S 4g phone unlocked and rooted today. In the process I installed the TWRP recovery as per the particular instructions I had. I would like to install something called the Avatar ROM but they say I need the ClockworkMod recovery. Should that make a difference? if yes, where can I find it and how do I install it instead of the TWRP on the phone now?

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General :: Nexus 5 Running 4.4.2 - Disable Low Battery Alert Audio?

Feb 17, 2014

how to disable the low battery alert audio? I have disabled the popup, but I would like to also disable the audio. I tried deleting the lowbattery.ogg file in the root media file, but then it just played a different audio file for the low battery. I am on a rooted Nexus 5 running 4.4.2

my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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General :: Nexus 7 With Android 4.2.2 - Force Disable Rotation-Lock?

Jul 7, 2013

Ok... So, is there anyway to force rotation-lock to turn off on a Nexus 7 with Android 4.2.2?

Reason: I cracked my screen from the bottom left of the screen to just shy of the top right corner. The lower section, below the crack, is not responsive to touch... and the dots I need (I use the pattern pass) are on this side because I can't flip the tablet.

How This Happened: I turned on rotation lock with the tablet upside down to keep it there... But then my Nexus 7 decided to restart randomly and keep rotation-lock on but coming back in the default orientation, aka the wrong way that I need it to be.

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General :: New Nexus 7 - Unlocked But Not Yet Rooted Stuck With Red Triangle

Nov 10, 2013

I have been trying to follow the tutorial to take my Nexus 7 (2013) from it's just unboxed state to dual booting Android and Ubuntu Touch. I succeeded in unlocking the tablet. I am using Ubuntu 13.10 on my laptop and installed the whole Android SDK and everything (even though I already had Eclipse installed for learning Java). I've reached two sticking points.

First, the part where I'm told to copy the three files (the MultiROM zip, the kernel zip, and recovery image) to the root directory of the tablet: it's not clear how to do that. The files wouldn't copy except to the internal storage folder. Or is that the root directory?

Second, I am unable to boot to recovery.

Code:
adb reboot recovery

command only brings up the android on his back with the red triangle containing an exclamation mark. That screen lasts a minute or so and then the device reboots normally on its own. I have tried several power and volume button combinations to get a different result at this point, but to no avail.

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