blacklist the update. I seem to recall this can be done somehow for the 3. I don't know how. Niluje might?
here is some alternate options:
you could also simply hack and slash:
(pictured in full with the extra amend at the end)
# Returns battery in percent. Integer, % sign stripped off
# return `gasgauge-info -s | sed 's/\%//'`
as it checks for 15
the update should never install. Totally untested but that is certainly one option (was my first look in the scripts)
you could also block ip's, Amend services, point services to localhost and a whole other list of options.
If you just want to stop OTA updates dead - then this should
work. Did I say it was untested?
might want to check it is ACTUALLY 14 and not '14' that needs returning...
I'm not sure tbh. I think without the quotes:
[root@kindle /dev]# gasgauge-info -s
Another option would be:
add the entry
This has other side effects though that may not be desirable.
Probably the easiest is:
Change 15 to 101
# Minimum battery required for an update (percent)
Okay testing this now: restarting framework now ! EEk
Well, my kindle didn't explode on a restart with the 101
And I don't even need to test if that works. because it just has to.
Sorted. there are prettier ways but that would do the job of nerfing the updates anyway