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31st August 2014, 01:36 AM |#1  
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Hi,

So ive been searching and i cant seem to find anything on how to disable both the volume warning and the 10 password reset things on the stock rom. how would i be able to do both these? i dont have Xposed installed and dont want to install it.
 
 
31st August 2014, 03:18 AM |#2  
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Hi,

So ive been searching and i cant seem to find anything on how to disable both the volume warning and the 10 password reset things on the stock rom. how would i be able to do both these? i dont have Xposed installed and dont want to install it.

You can disable the 10 password reset thing doing this.

Use a file explorer such as Root Explorer and navigate to /system/customize/ACC/default.xml and edit it and change the following:
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 <item type="integer" name="devicepolicy_max_fail_passwords_for_wipe">10</item>
to this:
Code:
 <item type="integer" name="devicepolicy_max_fail_passwords_for_wipe">0</item>
EDIT: also according to some people if you install the Xposed module 'Sense 6 Toolbox' there is an option to disable the safe volume warning.

EDIT #2: Checked myself and there is indeed an option to install this in Sense 6 Toolbox > Various mods > scroll to bottom and its in the volume section.
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31st August 2014, 03:26 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Quadrider10

Hi,

So ive been searching and i cant seem to find anything on how to disable both the volume warning and the 10 password reset things on the stock rom. how would i be able to do both these? i dont have Xposed installed and dont want to install it.

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Originally Posted by S1L3nTShaDoWz

You can disable the 10 password reset thing doing this.

Use a file explorer such as Root Explorer and navigate to /system/customize/ACC/default.xml and edit it and change the following:

Code:
 <item type="integer" name="devicepolicy_max_fail_passwords_for_wipe">10</item>
to this:
Code:
 <item type="integer" name="devicepolicy_max_fail_passwords_for_wipe">0</item>
Edit: also according to some people if you install the Xposed module 'Sense 6 Toolbox' there is an option to disable the safe volume warning.

Note that if you are simply stock rooted that this change alone will cause an ota to fail to install. You must revert it prior to ota attempt. Otherwise have fun with it!
31st August 2014, 12:57 PM |#4  
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ok awesome! ive search for hat file, but it was hard to find. ill try again.

is there any other way to disable volume warning besides sense 6 toolbox?
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ok awesome! ive search for hat file, but it was hard to find. ill try again.

is there any other way to disable volume warning besides sense 6 toolbox?

Make sure you select the option in your root explorer to mount /system r/wr.

31st August 2014, 03:47 PM |#6  
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Make sure you select the option in your root explorer to mount /system r/wr.

Yea I got the password reset. Just Cant figure out the volume warning. I don't want to install xposed
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