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I find the dashboard conditional summary infuriating. How can I have it disabled or at least not show up for Cellular Data, Hotspot, Airplane Mode and Do not disturb settings change?

I earlier thought disabling the following receivers would help, but to no avail. (Yes, I did verify and reboot post disabling them.)

com.android.settings.dashboard.conditional.HotspotCondition$Receiver
com.android.settings.dashboard.conditional.AirplaneModeCondition$Receiver
com.android.settings.dashboard.conditional.DndCondition$Receiver
com.android.settings.dashboard.conditional.CellularDataCondition$Receiver

I'm currently using stock and rooted Android 8.1 on OnePlus 6 with Xposed Framework.

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    I vaguely remember having seen a similar question recently, so it might be worth checking with our search engine. Don't remember the phrasing, though – but AFAIR it was about "no SIM card" (OP didn't want to use the phone functionality anyway). – Izzy Oct 25 '17 at 19:19
  • I don't know Izzy. Before posting this question I did try the search but with the terms "dashboard" and "settings" app for Nougat tags. Didn't find anything relevant so posted my question. – Firelord Oct 25 '17 at 19:45
  • I couldn't find it either (just checked). I don't think it used the term "dashboard". IIRC it was about a Samsung device, so at that time I wasn't sure if it was talking about some AOSP generic feature or something Samsung special. Well, just thought to mention it – not crying "dupe" or the like :) – Izzy Oct 25 '17 at 19:49
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Simply swipe from right to left on the conditional summary and it will disappear.

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    It's a temporary solution, but a reboot or toggling the corresponding option on and then off will bring it back again. OP made it clear that he want a permanent disable ("not show up for ... settings change"). – Andy Yan Oct 28 '17 at 2:11
  • I agree with @Andy. – Firelord Oct 28 '17 at 4:37
  • I mean its the simplest solution I found, and it literally takes less than a second to remove the conditional summary this way, but lemme see if I can find a "permanent" solution. – Mark Hettwer Oct 28 '17 at 15:59
  • Could not find any permanent solution, seems like swiping it is the only way to dismiss the conditional summary – Mark Hettwer Oct 30 '17 at 13:56
  • If only you can prove it. – iBug Nov 2 '17 at 13:18

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