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Default [MOD][Xposed] Disable Charge warning and Data notification popup

Hope this will help someone who gets annoyed by the Mobile data notification keeps popping up when enable/disable Mobile data. (Tested working with Z1 Compact, not tried other functions) Please report if you tested other functions then will update the post. Thanks to WedyDQ10 for this module.

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Search for "SemcPhone Patcher" in Xposed Download or Xposed Repo.

Functions: -
1. Disable data charge warning [selected]
2. Hide Icon on data disable [selected]
3. Disable data off notify [selected - For A]
4. Enable call recording
5. Enable Answering Machine
6. Show "Use only 3G Networks"
7. All network mode

Credits:
Xposed - rovo89
Module - WedyDQ10
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File Type: apk com.wedy.semcphoneov_v12_8eb294.apk - [Click for QR Code] (221.0 KB, 86 views)
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Thanks for this. Question...would it be possible for you to create an fast unlock (after entering correct code, open the homescreen direct without pressing o.k.)? I had this on the HTC One and don't see this function for the Z1C yet.
start reading some pages back or the OP and it will solve most of your issue's
 
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Thanks for this. Question...would it be possible for you to create an fast unlock (after entering correct code, open the homescreen direct without pressing o.k.)? I had this on the HTC One and don't see this function for the Z1C yet.
Hi, I am not the developer for this module (Developer are in bottom page "Credit"), I just provide the info here in Z1 Compact as I've tested it works on mine to get rid of the notification everytime i enable / disable the mobile data from toggle.

I remember seeing "Fast Unlock" features before but not remember where (Maybe in HTC forum). You might find it in XDA by doing a search or maybe only implemented in Custom ROM. (Not used PIN to unlock my phone but I use pattern therefore no need to press OK)
 
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Well thanks for the info
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Thanks for this. Question...would it be possible for you to create an fast unlock (after entering correct code, open the homescreen direct without pressing o.k.)? I had this on the HTC One and don't see this function for the Z1C yet.
You can get this by installing xposed/Gravitybox (on a rooted phone). There's an option in Gravitybox for fast unlock. I use it on my Z1C and it works fine.
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I wasn't sure if gravitybox would work on the XZ1C but now I know
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Right, It's GravityBox. Tested and Confirm working!!

Lockscreen Tweaks > Other > Quick Unlock

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