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How to hide updates from market?

I've been using a certain app for some time now, but according to the many 1-star reviews the latest "update" has got, it breaks compatibility with Tasker, which is not something I want.

Is there a way to at least temporarily remove the regular update notifications I receive, or stop the app appearing at the top of my update list every time?

Using Nexus S with official 4.0.3.

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marked as duplicate by Flow, onik, eldarerathis, GAThrawn, Chahk Feb 7 '12 at 14:48

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You can use Titanium backup for this purpose.

However you'll need root access for this to work.

From this Titanium backup wiki:

Can I tell the Market that I do not want to update a specific app?

Yes. Just long-click on an app in the Titanium Backup list and hit "Detach from Market".

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Unfortunately I'm not rooted, but this may be a good reason to make the jump! –  Dunhamzzz Feb 7 '12 at 10:14
    
One of the good reasons :) –  roxan Feb 7 '12 at 10:56

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