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Hi there i wanna use android 4.1 becouse battery is much better on 4.1 than 4.3 and multitask for me is better but udate notification is all the time ... any one know how to disable it with out root ?
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Long press the notification and choose App Info, then uncheck Show notification

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hmm nope dosn't work dosn't let uncheck
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Hi there i wanna use android 4.1 becouse battery is much better on 4.1 than 4.3 and multitask for me is better but udate notification is all the time ... any one know how to disable it with out root ?
Install cleanmaster and go to system app and choose freeze

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Install cleanmaster and go to system app and choose freeze

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Nope dont let freeze becouse its system app ad can couse damage ...
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root the phone and delete the update app from /system, I've always done this way
this way you will loose also some sony apps updates maybe, but you can still get them here in the forum (even more updated from other phones maybe)
 
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I am with the rooting approach. But in that case you can simply freeze it then.

If you don't like rooting you may try https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ibernate&hl=en . It can hibernate many system apps.
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I am with the rooting approach. But in that case you can simply freeze it then.

If you don't like rooting you may try https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ibernate&hl=en . It can hibernate many system apps.
delete the application from /system/apps
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