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Default [Q]How to disable Battery & USB cover seal prompts

I tried a search on this but didn't find anything concrete, but is there a mod, module (Xposed installer) etc. that would allow disabling the battery cover seal and charger port cover seal prompts?
 
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Discussed at length here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2537749
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Thanks, I did see that thread awhile back but just skimmed it. I loaded "Enhanced Toast" module and will play around with that to see.
 
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Didn't work for me. I tried using the "EnhancedToast" module for xposed and the prompts do not register as toast events. not sure what else to do.
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Thanks, I did see that thread awhile back but just skimmed it. I loaded "Enhanced Toast" module and will play around with that to see.
You didn't see it. Then, you admitted to seeing, but you only skimmed it. Why bother searching or asking questions in an appropriate thread? Why not pollute the forum with a another thread asking the same question and looking for a different answer?

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I tried a search on this but didn't find anything concrete, but is there a mod, module (Xposed installer) etc. that would allow disabling the battery cover seal and charger port cover seal prompts?
They're chasing their tails over at the thread you linked to, the answer is over at the AT&T Galaxy S5 forum:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2799050
I deserve absolutely zero credit for this fix, I just wanna bring it to people's attention.

Decompile system/app/PopupuiReceiver.apk (I prefer apk-multi-tool). Open res/values/bools.xml and change the true value in the line:

<bool name="display_battery_cover_popup">false</bool>

to false. Recompile the apk, copy back to phone, set permissions to rw-r--r-- (644) and then finally replace the original apk.

???

Profit

I'll follow this up with a n00b-friendlier guide if people would like since I'm a n00b and this has been bothering me for a while. Hopefully this helps my fellow Active users
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They're chasing their tails over at the thread you linked to, the answer is over at the AT&T Galaxy S5 forum:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2799050
I deserve absolutely zero credit for this fix, I just wanna bring it to people's attention.

Decompile system/app/PopupuiReceiver.apk (I prefer apk-multi-tool). Open res/values/bools.xml and change the true value in the line:

<bool name="display_battery_cover_popup">false</bool>

to false. Recompile the apk, copy back to phone, set permissions to rw-r--r-- (644) and then finally replace the original apk.

???

Profit

I'll follow this up with a n00b-friendlier guide if people would like since I'm a n00b and this has been bothering me for a while. Hopefully this helps my fellow Active users
If you could make a noob friendly guide I would be extremely grateful!
 
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I plan on making this mod soon. I need to be able to add links first. Its coming with a lot of other mods so keep a look out.

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