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Xolo ICS update issues

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So since updating to the Xolo ICS USB update I have been experiencing 2 issues.

1. Constant texts from "network" (im on virgin) basically telling me i have no credit. I have literally had to install sms blocker as i am getting about 300 of these texts a day. I am also getting some notification about Xolo customer care or a warranty or something and a couple of xolo apps are running in the background.

2. I have quick contact (1x1) widgets set up and they seem to randomly get removed. I will just unlock the phone and they will not be there :/

Any ideas? Anyone else getting anything like this?

(Not sure if this should be in the Q&A subforum)

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So since updating to the Xolo ICS USB update I have been experiencing 2 issues.

1. Constant texts from "network" (im on virgin) basically telling me i have no credit. I have literally had to install sms blocker as i am getting about 300 of these texts a day. I am also getting some notification about Xolo customer care or a warranty or something and a couple of xolo apps are running in the background.

2. I have quick contact (1x1) widgets set up and they seem to randomly get removed. I will just unlock the phone and they will not be there :/

Any ideas? Anyone else getting anything like this?

(Not sure if this should be in the Q&A subforum)

Are you talking about the recent small patch or the original Xolo ICS update?

If you're rooted you can remove the Xolo care app using Rom Toolbox Lite.

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It's the original update (unless that includes the patch as i only updated a couple of days ago). Nope not rooted.

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