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Default How to block/freeze OTA Updates?

I'd just like to know the name of the file that I can freeze in Titanium Backup that will prevent OTA updates on my Note 10.1 (2014 edition). I found it on my Note 2 and 3 but can't find it on the 10.1. It must have a different name on this device. Please help!

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Damn this forum is really lazy... listen to me fella .... first there is an option in the normal system options.... for dont check for software updates ..... but yes in titanium disable software update .... just search for update .. and disable that stuff... there are multiple ones.... fwupdate and software update and more dont remember more just look for it... i have it disabled because i dont want kitkat .... disabling flash and all ....
 
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