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Default [Q] Animation Help

I've tried searching these forums as well as the internet and cannot find what I am looking for.
When I plug in headphones or a USB there is a little animation at the bottom. I have searched my settings and cannot find how to disable this. It is quite annoying. At first it was neat. Now, it is a bother.
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If it's the little pop up at the bottom of the screen when you plug into your pc then I believe its System/usbautorun.iso
There's a debloat list thread in general section I believe it's covered on the first page.

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I think its neat. Plus I don't think it hurts anything.

Would be cool to hook that action and change the launch point. I think some apps on the Play store can do this with the audio jack. I think I remember seeing a setting in an app that lets you control the headset button actions. There was an option for auto launch on insertion.

Nothing wrong with the anima IMO. To me, its about the thought and detail which just smoothes out the experience.

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Plug and pop. There are internal dock hooks for app sliders, pops, ect.
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