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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dhabell, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. dhabell

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    Im currently on Shabbymod with a Honeycomb Hybrid theme. I love it. I keep getting the Gingerbread update nag screen from Boost Mobile asking if i want to update. I dont want to go back to stock and am sick of having to hit "update later" every time I check a text message.

    What do I do?
     

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    Go and odin to the new rooted GB version and then flash 187mod or ct2.0 rom and you wont regret it...its an excellent rom..
     
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    ok Ive done so many mods and flashed so many roms I think my poor 2gb sd card is carved up into way too many partitions. how do I reset the partition/s back to normal?
     
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    just partition it again with cwm...leave swap size to 0....
     
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    There us a simple solution to the update nag... Download ' autostarts' from the market go into ' after startup' and find the 'google services framework' entries. (there are 4) find the one that says 'com.google.android.gfs.update.SystemUpdateService$Reciver' (third entry on mine) and disable. Reboot and never be bothered by it again.
     

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