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    I love my HTC 8x, and Beats is kind of cool, but getting a popup every time I plug in headphones is a dealbreaker for me. It looks like the Android version (http://forums.androidcentral.com/htc...ification.html) allows you to disable this toast (for example if you don't toggle Beats Audio on and off all the time). Anyone know how to do this on Windows Phone without disabling other, more valuable notifications?
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    A deal breaker? Seriously? Just swipe the toast away and be done.
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    lol @morpheus
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    You only have to wait a few seconds and it goes....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Samot View Post
    You only have to wait a few seconds and it goes....
    OR, he can swipe it away and it'll be immediately gone.
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    lmao, a deal breaker. smdh
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    I don't think there is a way to disable the notification. I'm in the same boat and agree that it is annoying. I simply rather it not tell me what the status is because I already know if I turned it off or on.
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