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6th July 2015, 10:59 PM |#2041  
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Actually my update was only 18M.

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Mine too.

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I used Wug's Toolkit to flash the Factory Image and re-root. Did not wipe data and all is working. I haven't noticed any differences.
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Actually, my home screen rebuild had noticeably slowed, pressing home or closing an app can take seconds before something shows. I had this before 5.0 and now again with 5.1.1....
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Can anyone tell me how I can get rid of this OTA notification for the latest minor update to 5.1.1? I don't feel the need to go through the hassle of upgrading as I'm rooted with xposed and a lot of modules/customizations etc.
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Can anyone tell me how I can get rid of this OTA notification for the latest minor update to 5.1.1? I don't feel the need to go through the hassle of upgrading as I'm rooted with xposed and a lot of modules/customizations etc.

You can just use wugs to update. This is how I did it;
1. Choose the new build in wugs as your build
2. Choose flash stock and unroot with no wipe enabled
3. Choose root and install twrp
4. Flash the same xposed zip you did the first time.
You will still have all your modules and other data intact. Any other system level mods can easily be re installed.
27th July 2015, 03:39 AM |#2048  
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Can anyone tell me how I can get rid of this OTA notification for the latest minor update to 5.1.1? I don't feel the need to go through the hassle of upgrading as I'm rooted with xposed and a lot of modules/customizations etc.

Just press and hold down the update notification and you'll see a "I" press it and choose to block notifications. This also blocks all Google play notifications but I don't think they give any.
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