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[Q] How do you get rid if "SD card is inserted" notification?

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29th August 2014, 04:00 AM   |  #1  
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On GT-5210 after KITKAT update and root, all is working great, except for a recurring Notification. Every time I reboot I get a notice that "An SD Card has been inserted". I have to clear it each time. My SD card has been "inserted" since the day I got the Tab 3...and never removed.

I have no problems writing to and from it. Almost seems that upon reboot, it gets unmounted and then remounted, thus generating the notification.

Does anyone else have this too, and is there anyway to fix it? Googling turns up a number of other users with different devices asking the same question...but no solution yet. They say it started with KITKAT too

29th August 2014, 12:20 PM   |  #2  
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On GT-5210 after KITKAT update and root, all is working great, except for a recurring Notification. Every time I reboot I get a notice that "An SD Card has been inserted". I have to clear it each time. My SD card has been "inserted" since the day I got the Tab 3...and never removed.

I have no problems writing to and from it. Almost seems that upon reboot, it gets unmounted and then remounted, thus generating the notification.

Does anyone else have this too, and is there anyway to fix it? Googling turns up a number of other users with different devices asking the same question...but no solution yet. They say it started with KITKAT too

It is a new "feature" of Samsung's KitKat roms. The only way to disable it is decompile SystemUI to modify the smali code. Not something a normal user would be able to do.
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It is a new "feature" of Samsung's KitKat roms. The only way to disable it is decompile SystemUI to modify the smali code. Not something a normal user would be able to do.

Yep - out of my knowledge zone
29th August 2014, 05:39 PM   |  #4  
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If you are rooted then use notifyclean
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If you are rooted then use notifyclean

I tried it. Didn't work
30th August 2014, 09:01 AM   |  #6  
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It is a new "feature" of Samsung's KitKat roms. The only way to disable it is decompile SystemUI to modify the smali code. Not something a normal user would be able to do.

Don't you just love these "features" that make the user think that there's something wrong with their system?!?
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