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This morning I noticed an icon I haven't seen before in my notification tray and it won't go away. I tried restarting and I tried shutting down and then turning back on and its still there. I have looked around a bunch and can't find any answers. I have attached two pictures so you can see what I'm talking about.

Can anyone tell me what it is and how to get rid of it? I know it has to do with htcdm.apk but I didn't want to just stop the process to get rid of it.

Thank you in advance.



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I got that logo when I searched for an update OTA
 
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I got that logo when I searched for an update OTA
Did it go away? Mine has been like this all day now.

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Never mind I'm stupid Lol! There was a software update today.

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This morning I noticed an icon I haven't seen before in my notification tray and it won't go away. I tried restarting and I tried shutting down and then turning back on and its still there. I have looked around a bunch and can't find any answers. I have attached two pictures so you can see what I'm talking about.

Can anyone tell me what it is and how to get rid of it? I know it has to do with htcdm.apk but I didn't want to just stop the process to get rid of it.

Thank you in advance.



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I have an annoying icon in my status bar and it is NFC! How do did you get rid of it? I've used rom Toolbox and froze anything relating to NFC but the icon still persists.

EDIT: Facepalm number 2! Found where NFC was and just turned off. Still feeling my way around this device
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Never mind I'm stupid Lol! There was a software update today.
The text in the notification pulldown ("Device management is . . .") doesn't seem to correspond to the usual update notification. Any idea what the rest of it said?

I didn't actually received the notification (unlocked the bootloader and installed a custom ROM a day after buying the phone!). But from past experience on other HTC phones, it usually just says "System update available" or something to that effect.
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