Allow automatic updating android
System updates are a good thing usually, but not for everyone all the time.
Maybe you've got some mods that you don't want to break or you've heard about some nasty bugs in a new build that you want to avoid.
(all preloaded BTW), have their "Allow Automatic Updates" check box checked without me doing so. I found this post from google groups that may help you: However, if the permissions for the app have changed, it does not work. If an Internet connection is not set up on your TV, or you don’t want to wait for the update via "Automatic software download" function, try to download and update using a USB storage device as instructed below.Once you've downloaded the update file and prepared your USB device, you can install it on your TV.Enabling it will effectively set each individual app associated with the account to auto-update, and disabling it will of course do the opposite.
This setting is found by simply going into the Market's settings ( Titanium Backup (root only) has "Market Tools".
You could certainly imagine scenarios where blocking OTAs might be desirable if you're actually using the developer preview to things. We've reached out to Google to ask if this toggle will be included in the final release, but just got a generic, "We'll share more info later." Don't get too attached to it, but at least in the dev preview, you can block those automatic updates.