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I have a Motorola Razr Maxx with ICS (4.0.2) on it. It went and downloaded the JellyBean upgrade, which I do not want to happen. Each hour the phone prompts me to upgrade. How can I keep this from happening? Can I delete the new files for JB and stop the hourly message? Thanks in advance.

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Are you rooted? – Liam W Dec 11 '12 at 19:23

(1) If you have root, you can use Titianium Backup, and uninstall "Device Management 3.0" (or some other version).

(2) OR, [also needs root], remove dmclient.apk, dmclient.odex, cmclient.apk, cmclient.odex from /system/app. Back-up these files first, in case you want to update in the future; you will need these.

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