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[Virgin Mobile] Here is the way to disable ota notifications - easy!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by badbrainseddie, May 29, 2014.

  1. badbrainseddie

    Thread Starter

    All you have to do is Edit Your Build Prop.

    ro.build.description=goghvmu-user 4.1.2 JZO54K L300VPAND4 release-keys
    ro.build.fingerprint=samsung/goghvmu/goghvmu:4.1.2/JZO54K/L300VPAND4:user/release-keys

    *** I've added two attachments. The 1st attachment will give you init.d support after that unzip the the script named cleaner and put it in the init.d folder and give it 777 perms. Make sure you go to the cache folder and move the OTA.zip to your trash folder. Boot into recovery & wipe cache/dalvik cache and you will be good to go. Yeah you right!

    The best way to do it is make a copy in ES Explorer and make the changes to it and then copy it to the system and paste. Make sure your permission are rw r r after pasting. I then mounted the system as read-only and rebooted. I haven't got a notification in a week. Yeah you right.

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  2. Rukbat

    Rukbat Extreme Android User

    Or, if the phone is rooted, just freeze the updater app.
     
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  3. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    And which app would that be? Every app I have with the word "update" in it has been disabled, yet these messages still come.
     
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  4. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    Thought so.
     
  5. bob-st

    bob-st Android Enthusiast

    Here is what I did (YMMV):

    In the app "App Quarantine" went into settings > Filrer > Advanced. Then I Quarantined the service "System Update"

    So far so good for me.
     
  6. Madbat

    Madbat Android Expert

    Just move the update from /cache to your sdcard for safe keeping, then let it try to update. It will fail or boot you to twrp, then just reboot system and it should stop. Worked for me. At least a week now. That was thanks to jerryscript.
    http://androidforums.com/showthread.php?p=6584295
     
  7. bob-st

    bob-st Android Enthusiast

    This procedure didn't work for me :( . my /cache folder was always empty but I still kept getting the update notice. So far the "update service quarantine" is working for me.
     
  8. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    I disabled that app with NoBloat. Still get the notification. If I let it try, fail, and reboot it will stop giving me the notification. For about a week. Then it comes back. How do I stop it permanently?
     
  9. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    Does anyone REALLY know how to stop this notification?
     
  10. geekhandstrong

    geekhandstrong Well-Known Member

    same for me, bob. comes up every couple of hours.
     
  11. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    Still get this notification every few days. Haven't been able to stop it yet.
     
  12. Madbat

    Madbat Android Expert

    Nick_73 made a no props.zip update. You don't lose root or anything. I always keep all my devices up to date.
     
  13. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    huh? I have almost zero knowledge about how all this works. You guys start talking about recoveries and kernels and roms and my eyes glaze over. I don't get it. I don't really want to get it. I just want the notification to stop. That is all. Can you give me step by step instructions on how to do that? I tried installing a file you linked before and it failed.
     
  14. Madbat

    Madbat Android Expert

    I answered in one of your other bazillion posts about it http://androidforums.com/showthread.php?p=6676098
     
  15. mscheaf

    mscheaf Member

    It's still too difficult for me. Sorry I am an idiot. I had no business messing with these phones. Lesson learned, and I won't do it again. I may even just go back to dumb phones. I really really really don't like these things. I just want to call and text. I can use my laptop for everything else.
     
  16. Madbat

    Madbat Android Expert

    You have to help us help you. You're asking for the most detailed instructions known to man, but you're not providing even one single detail. What have you tried? What is failing? Where are you getting stuck? What exactly is the first thing you don't understand? What parts of the instructions are you stuck on? And you can't just say all of it, that's not true. You flashed twrp, you flashed SuperSU and busybox, so you know how to use the basics. We need as much detail as possible. Do you know how to make and restore a backup in twrp? That's one place to start.
     

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