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[Q] How can I remove OTA update notification?

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Thanks guys I got it. After renaming the above mentioned folder I cleared Google framework and the notification is gone.

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I'm not sure why anyone has stated this and I realize that the problem has already been solved, but this can easily be fixed using Developer Options in CM11

1) Go to settings> about phone
2) Scroll all the way down to build number and repeatedly tap it until it says something along the lines of "You are now a developer"
3) Go back to settings then go to developer options
4) A little less than halfway down is an option called 'Development shortcut'. Tick that box

Now, you can get rid of any pesky notification that can't be swiped away. Simply tap and hold it, then select 'Force close'. This works with any apps running in the background by doing the same thing from the app switcher. Hope this helps!
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I just cleared data on Google services framework and haven't had the notification popup yet. Have rebooted a couple times, so far so good. Been about 6hours.

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Nvm, about 12 hours in it popped back up

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A few days ago I accidentally got rid of it by tapping the download button for no reason (I'm on a custom ROM), then rebooting right after. Hasn't come up since LOL.
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Dude,

That sucks! When I had my Galaxy S3...the update notification made me very mad. Did you try the the other way of doing it (mentioned in the earlier of this forum)?

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In your build.prop find the ro.build.fingerprint line. Change it to this:

ro.build.fingerprint=google/hammerhead/hammerhead:4.4.3/KTU84M/1158763:user/release-keys

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I cleared the framework cache and data and it gives me the error where play store cant load, so then i have to go delete my google accounts and reinput them. And then the notification comes back after 12 hrs or so.
 
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I followed the steps on this other related thread and it worked for me.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...rvice-t2779497

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