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Tired of the Nagging? NoMoreNags for Nexus S
If you have a Nexus S, you probably just went through a software OTA (Over the Air) update. However, seeing that you are rooted and running something better than stock, you really don’t feel like paying attention to stock updates, and the friendly reminders by the device are probably doing nothing more than annoying you. XDA member paulobrien has a solution for your issues. NoMoreNags is a patch whose sole purpose is to ensure that you do not receive these notifications/nags/complains from your device any longer. The patch has to be pushed via adb at this moment, so if you are not certain about how to do it, it may be a good idea to fall back to one of the various ADB guides available on this site.
Please leave some feedback for the dev to let him know if this is working or not.
This is a patched GoogleServicesFramework.apk that removes the OTA nags if you are using an older (e.g. GRH55) build.prop on your Nexus S. Let me know how it works out for you.
To install, reboot to recovery, then:…
You can find more information in the hack thread.
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