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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nickabbasi1, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    My phone is rooted and has been for awhile.

    I just received an update this morning.

    It seems like installing this update would just mess my day up, correct?
     



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  2. shezzy

    shezzy Android Enthusiast

    yes it will..just updated myself and lost root
     
  3. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    bummer.

    Is the update actchualy fixing anything? I ask cause the phone is working perfectly for me as is without the update?

    If its not doing anything amazing, can I just delete the zip file from my phone to remove the annoying notification?
     
  4. bg4m3r

    bg4m3r Android Expert

    Looks like it uses about 100MB less than before. Beyond that, I don't know. There is a flashable rooted zip of the new version.
     
  5. bluemonstr

    bluemonstr Newbie

    Does anyone know how to get rid of the update notice? I don't want to update - but the notice is sitting there...staring at me...telling me to push it...go ahead - make your life hell...push the update...take it...loose root. (Okay - so I'm just trying to ad a little humor to it). But really...any way to get rid of the update? By the way - I tried pushing the 'clear' notice button - that didn't work. :(

    It says I've already downloaded the update...can I go find it somewhere and delete it?

    Thanks!
     
  6. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    Looks like theres a lively discussion going on here about how to get rid of it.

    Other then that I'm not sure
     
  7. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    Update on the update issue:

    I used Rom Toolbox Pro to freeze these 2 apps

    Software Update
    Update Center

    After doing that I restarted my phone. when it botted back up, the notification was there momentarily and then vanished.
     
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  8. bluemonstr

    bluemonstr Newbie

    Thanks for this nickabbasi1...I froze them and the update message is no longer showing on the top tray - but it is there when I 'pull' down the notifications. :(

    Anyone know specifically where I would delete this file? It would appear my phone already downloaded it - just waiting for me to say 'okay' of which I have no intention of doing at this point. :)
     
  9. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    Just found it

    Its in the cache folder
     
  10. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    For anyone who still cares:

    Even after freezing App Updates, Update Center, and Software update and deleting the update file itself, I was still getting the notification about the update.

    I found that if I went into Google Play Services < manage space and then clicked "clear all data" the notification appears to finally be gone for good
     
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  11. ODGeek

    ODGeek Well-Known Member



    Worked like a charm for me... Thank you.

    Edit: Spoke too soon... It re-downloaded the update & then started nagging me to install update again... Sure you don't have some other apps frozen that I don't?
     
  12. iram

    iram Android Enthusiast

    Do you need to be rooted to get this update?

    My phone is NOT rooted and still is version v3

    I have not received any update notifications
     
  13. jmax81

    jmax81 Well-Known Member

    I simply just long pressed on the notification
    and unchecked "show notifications " and
    its gone, not sure how long tho.
     
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  14. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
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    It redownloaded on me too. I just did what he suggests. I gues I'll see how long it stays dead this time.

    ...the battle continues. ...
     
  15. bg4m3r

    bg4m3r Android Expert

    Why not just use the update package on here and be done with it? There's no reason not to.
     
  16. chago360

    chago360 Well-Known Member

    What update package?
     
  17. nickabbasi1

    nickabbasi1 Member
    Thread Starter

    If you're rooted , its going to unroot you. Unless me and everyone else is mistaken. ..?
     
  18. bg4m3r

    bg4m3r Android Expert

    No, the update package on here is rooted.

    I'm on v4 and happily rooted, debloated, and tweaked. :)

    See donjuro's link above.
     

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