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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MiniDroid, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. MiniDroid

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    Ok, the phone gives me the message in Norwegian so I'm not sure if the words are different in English, but basicly it asks me if I want to register the phone (it looks like it want to send a txt message as it states that it might get charged, and I've no wifi or 3g data active)

    The message reappears now and then.
    (a popup window on the homescreen)

    And at the moment (after I uploaded the new firmware) I've only added 3 apps. All used on the last firmware without this question.
    Bluetooth File Transfer, Astro file manager and CoPilot.

    Also I've added the SE account for syncing my contacts from the SE online syncing tool and my google account to enable Market.

    So.... what app in the new firmware wants the phone to be registered and where and what for? Or is it the new firmware who likes to call home?

    I went from the 1.0.A.1.38 to the 1.2.A.1.174 (Norway on Netcom)

    Hm, is there any way to go back to the previous firmware?
     

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    You can remove that message, find out about rooting and look on XDA developers... there is an APK that if you remove it the message goes away.
     
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    Thanks but no thanks, I'm not going to root my phone just yet (as I've written before in other threads in this forum).

    But ok to know that there's a workaround for it.
     

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