It is no secret that Samsung's take on what the Android notification center should look like is a bit busy or rubbish when compared to what is obtainable on other Android devices running Lollipop. With the addition of a brightness slider and the S-Finder/Quick Connect, the notification panel can get a little crowed once you get a few notifications.
If you are a bit like me and would like to rid yourself of the S-Finder/Quick Connect which aren't of much use away, the guide would aid you in reducing the clutter.
- You need a rooted Samsung device probably running Lollipop.
- Using a file explorer (not the My files app) make your way to the "/system/etc/permissions/" folder.
- scroll till you find "com.sec.feature.findo.xml" file
- rename the "com.sec.feature.findo.xml" file to "com.sec.feature.findo.xml2".
- Reboot your device.
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