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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Prof Farnsworth, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. Prof Farnsworth

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    Anyone else getting Ads for the S7 on their phone? Not really sure how i feel about it either...



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    all you need do is go into Settings/Applications/Apps Mgr/All and find the samsung app, and turn off Notifications.

    that is what I do to every damn app on the phone. I hate those things with a passion.
     
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    A nice shortcut (at least on kitkat) is to long press the status message until a clickable "app info" button appears. Pressing that takes you right to the location where you can turn off notifications for that app.

    BTW: It doesn't say that you have to buy the S7. Perhaps it is a free upgrade ;)

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