How to block error messages

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  1. Jonnymorrow

    Jonnymorrow iPF Noob

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    Hey everyone. I have an iPad 2. I'm using a USB input device with the camera connection kit and it works great except the OS gives an annoying pop up every 3 minutes or so saying the device isn't supported. Anyone know of any way to prevent this pop up from happening.
     
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    A developer with his own repo has released a tweak called "NoAnnoyance" (@ repo.pnre.co.vu/). There are lots of notifications that can be turned off with this tweak - maybe your pop-up is one of them?

    I've not tried this tweak on my iPad, but it works great on my iPhone 5. But still, worth a shot...?

    Marilyn
     
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    Downloaded NoAnnoyance but unfortunately it does't cover my error message. "Cannot Use Device" Great software tho. Thanks for the tip. Any other thoughts?
     
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    No, sorry. The only other suggestion I can give is to contact the "NoAnnoyance" developer and ask is he can add that particular pop-up to his list of blockable ones. He's been regularly updating the tweak, so maybe he can [easily?] add that one.

    For now, I guess you'll just have to cancel the pop-up (as I assume the connection works ... you just get a pop-up).

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