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Old February 28th, 2012, 09:18 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I was not given the choice of not installing. The two choices were 1. install or 2. install later.

I kept getting this pop-up for three days and I got tired clicking on later. I wish they had a choice to not install.
I chose to install 4.5.621 and wait for a future root method. (The Droid X is my test machine.) I have not validated the following information.

To reiterate ... you made the choice to assume total responsibility for your Droid X. I fail to see the logic in your assertion that Motorola/Verizon should support you in that endeavor.

If you Google ".621 stop install" the second hit is a YouTube video ...

... that shows you exactly how to turn off the notification that was annoying you without accepting the update.

You might consider trying that when the next update comes out.

My conclusion is that Motorola/Verizon did not force you to install 4.5.621 ... you chose to do so.

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