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[Q] Disable "international roaming warning" popup

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Question [Q] Disable "international roaming warning" popup

Hey guys.
Im on a gsm xt910 running stock 2.3.6 GB (hardly stock anymore), and whenever i use 3g/mobiledata i often get a super annoying popup saying "international data roaming press yes/no to continue roaming", this is especially annoying when driving or when somebody else is using my phone.
i know this has been asked before for GB motorola devices, but i cant seem to find an answer anywhere. all i found was alot of pissed of vzw customers :S
and no i don't want to wait for ics to fix this, i have waited for too long already. also i like my oc'ed razr as it is

anyone know how to disable this popup? or tips on which apk the code could be located in so i can fool around with it myself :P
 
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Did you ever figure out a solution? Im thinking about trying to used the Xposed framework on my Razr m with 4.1.2 (rooted) to decompile the NotificationMgr.java file and change the line that calls the pop up. Let me know if you have found an easier or more successful way.
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