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[Q] how to not upgrade to 4.4.2?

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By motoxuser, Junior Member on 24th February 2014, 07:01 PM
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I have a Verizon non dev, locked bootloader, rooted phone running 4.4. Very happy with it.

Just automatically downloaded 4.4.2, but with all the horror stories i don't want to install it. Keep getting stupid reminders

Any way to get it off my phone and stop reminders?

Or any totally safe way to install it? Sounds like getting rid of xposed might do it...

Thanks!
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24th February 2014, 07:14 PM |#2  
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use root explorer or the like and rename /priv-app/3c_ota.apk to 3c_ota.apk.bak
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use root explorer or the like and rename /priv-app/3c_ota.apk to 3c_ota.apk.bak


Great, I'll do that. Just curious, what am I changing?
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Use Titanium backup and freeze MotorolaOTA 1.0
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use root explorer or the like and rename /priv-app/3c_ota.apk to 3c_ota.apk.bak

I also just downloaded root explorer, but couldn't find the file you mentioned. Is it in a folder?
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Use Titanium backup and freeze MotorolaOTA 1.0

Okay did that, great idea, thanks!
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I just disabled "updater" in the app list.


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Nevermind, that only worked for the day, this morning it started trying to update again.
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25th February 2014, 12:13 PM |#8  
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I also just downloaded root explorer, but couldn't find the file you mentioned. Is it in a folder?

sorry... its exact path is /system/priv-app/3c_ota.apk

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Great, I'll do that. Just curious, what am I changing?

the app that checks for the OTA updates.
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Will this work before I have gotten the update notification? I have gotten the update and frozen the app, but my wifes phone has not even gotten the update notification yet.
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Will this work before I have gotten the update notification? I have gotten the update and frozen the app, but my wifes phone has not even gotten the update notification yet.

it should. that is the point of it.
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