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No, that is not feasible. When tethering a connection, your Android device has no idea what the tethered device is doing. It could be downloading a large file, or it could be browsing a bunch of web sites or streaming an audio file. It does not know any useful metadata about the ones and zeros going through it's tethering pipe. Now, you may be able to set ...
The "OTA" is for Over The Air, referring to an update supplied by your mobile carrier. There's a new version of Android or perhaps a system application update available for your device. I can't find a lot of information about "qfota" specifically other than that it is for updates from Verizon.
well let the update download. After downloading you have manually install it so don't install. This way you can prevent the lollipop update and stay on kitkat.
Go to sticker market and deselect sticker you don't want. Get a file manager that shows hidden files (the ones starting with a .). Go to viber/media/.stickers folder and delete everything in it. You have just deleted "all" stickers. Open viber and the stickers still selected will automagically download again. It takes a while but they all come back :-)
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