I set my phone down for an hour, when I checked it just 5 minutes ago I noticed a notification icon I didn't recognize. I pulled down the notification bar and it says I have a software update. I'm excited, so I tap it only for it to check for
updates and then tell me my software is up to date. Like, what the hell right? Software update thinks it's funny.
In Linux Mint 13, the update manager (the shield icon) always appears in the notification area at the right corner of the bottom panel. Even if you right click on it to quit, it will reappear the next time you boot. To permanently remove this icon, you will need to go to the Menu (in both MATE and Cinnamon), search for Startup Applications.
I'm not sure what's going on with my device or how to fix it so I'm hoping someone here may be able to assist.
I just got my Moto X from AT&T. It came with Android 4.2.2 and immediately upon starting it up asked me if I wanted to software update to which I responded no. I then used this guide (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=45598679) to root the device with the PwnMyMoto.
My phone automatically downloaded the software update from Verizon and, as I understand it, if I do the update I will loose root. I want to stop the notifications from occurring so i don't mistakenly hit the update button. Does anyone know how to stop the notices? I will eventually update but I need to wait a bit.
I am running Fedora 19 (default Gnome edition) and have been under the impression that the Software Update program was just a GUI version of performing the "yum update" command. When I first installed F19, the Software Update program detected and downloaded something like 400MB of updates.
The past two times though, I have given using "yum update" a shot.
I would like a to place persistent text in the notification area that updates once every second. setTicker() in the NotificationCompat.Builder class will not work, because it hides everything else in the notification area.
According to a few forums, it appears that owners of Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G are beginning to receive a software update. While the update does not include an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), it does provide a minor update bringing it to version 4.0.4. This latest software version, reportedly 2.13.651.1.710RD, also brings with it Sense 4.1 – HTC’s latest custom UI.