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Just root and freeze the Samsung Apps with Root Uninstaller. I did that and that annoying SD Card message went away.
 
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Just root and freeze the Samsung Apps with Root Uninstaller. I did that and that annoying SD Card message went away.
I already freezed a lot of Samsung's apks along with Samsung Apps, but the message is still here on every boot.
 
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I already freezed a lot of Samsung's apks along with Samsung Apps, but the message is still here on every boot.
Oh, also delete an annoying system app called "IndexService." It plagued my Note 3 and I deleted it on both of my Tabs S and my Note 3. It also eats up a lot of battery life.
 
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Oh, also delete an annoying system app called "IndexService." It plagued my Note 3 and I deleted it on both of my Tabs S and my Note 3. It also eats up a lot of battery life.
Frozen this too, not sure about deleting while we don't have a recovery to restore if anything gets broken.
Still getting that message.
 
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Frozen this too, not sure about deleting while we don't have a recovery to restore if anything gets broken.
Still getting that message.
You can always Odin the stock factory image. Did you freeze all of the bloatware?
 
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I get it too. Maybe somebody like Wanam would be kind enough to add the ability to remove this in a xposed module? Promote buying a donate version a little in the process? muahah...
 
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You can always Odin the stock factory image. Did you freeze all of the bloatware?
Frozen Samsung apps and removed third-party apps (like Bloomberg).
 
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I get that message once in awhile when the tablet is asleep.....all Samsung tech advises I'd hard reset, and after the third time I refused as it doesn't fix anything.

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