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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by davidwar, Mar 22, 2012.

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    Is there any setting to stop these from popping in? They are links to the market.
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    that sounds like one of the apps you have installed causing it... uninstall some of the recent installed apps until you narrow it down to which is causing it.

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    Download Airpush Detector, it will tell you which apps are doing it.

    I got two MP3 download apps thats doing that to me, wish they had a pay version so I can get rid of it.

    once you search for it, I did see an app that I think blocks it, but I didn't want another app running all the time, it may not even work that way, I just dealt with it
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    The paid version is called Amazon Mp3. The app is free so you only have to pay for the songs you download.

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    you have an app causing it. uninstall the app. DancingNexus
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    Download "Lookout Ad Network Detector" It'll tell you which apps are giving you those ads and tell you how to op out of them so you can keep the app if you want.
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    Download Airpush detector. And remove the app that has Airpush.

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    +1 this. ^^^
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