Those who are adamant about not receiving any unnecessary notifications on their Android devices may be irritated when the Downloading English US/UK Update notice appears. Waiting for Network Connection notification attempts to remain on their notifications panel indefinitely. You don’t have the ability to turn it off or swipe it away, which adds to the frustration. Restarting the device may temporarily resolve the issue. However, the chances of it returning are extremely high. In that scenario, the first thing you should do is check to see if you have a steady network connection. If your network connection is stable, it’s time to delve further.
So, have you begun biting your nails yet? We would argue that it is completely unnecessary when we are on hand to assist. This I’m here to stay notification, right on your notifications panel, can be simply pushed away by removing the capability of auto-updating languages. If it doesn’t work, you’ll need to clean off some app data and cache. So, how can all of this be accomplished? Let us do the thinking!
Continue reading to find out how to quickly remove the Downloading English US/UK Update Waiting for Network Connection message! I hope you like it!
Solution 1: Disable Auto Update Languages
Disabling the auto-update of languages is one of the very first solutions you should try if the Downloading English US/UK Update Waiting for Network Connection notification is bothering you. Let’s see how this can be done easily in the steps below.
Step 1: Launch the Settings application.
Step 2: On the Settings screen, scroll down, find and click on the Google option.
Step 3: As next, on the screen named Google, find and click on the option named Settings for Google apps.
Step 4: Moving on, you need to click on the option Search, Assistant & Voice.
Step 5: On the screen that follows, you need to locate the setting named Voice and then click on it.
Step 6: Now on the settings screen for the Voice setting, click on the option named Offline speech recognition.
Step 7: You will now be at the Download Languages screen. At the top of the screen, you need to click on the AUTO-UPDATE tab.
Under the AUTO-UPDATE tab, click on the radio button corresponding to the option Do not auto-update languages.
That’s it. Once you are all set, restart your Android device, and the Downloading English US/UK Update Waiting for Network Connection notification should not bother you anymore.
Solution 2: Clear App Data and App Cache of Download Manager
The above solution is sure to solve your issue. However, if you are still facing the issue even after trying the previous solution, you can try clearing the application data and cache of the Download Manager application as detailed in the steps below.
Step 1: Launch the Settings application by clicking on the Settings icon from the applications drawer.
Step 2: Now on the Settings screen, click on the tile named Apps.
Step 3: Now on the Apps screen, you need to enable the Show System Apps option to view the Download Manager application. For that, click on the More Options icon as shown in the screenshot below.
Note: Based on your device version and model, this option might be located in a different place altogether on your device. Sometimes it could be listed under the 3 vertical dots icon at the top right corner of the Apps screen.
Step 4: Now, turn the toggle button associated with the option Show system apps to the ON state. Once you are done, hit the OK button at the bottom.
Step 5: Now, scroll down and find the application named Download Manager and click on it to view its app-related information.
Step 6: As next, click on the tile named Storage from the App info screen.
Step 7: You will now be at a screen by the name Download Manager, at the bottom of which, you will find 2 buttons namely Clear data and Clear cache. Click on them one by one to clear off the application data and cache respectively.
Solution 3: Clear App Data and Cache of Google Speech Services
If the issue still persists even after trying the above 2 solutions, let’s now try clearing the Google Speech Services app data and cache.
Step 1: As usual, launch the Settings application by clicking on its icon from the applications drawer.
Step 2: On the Settings screen, scroll down through the tiles listed and click on the tile named Apps.
Step 3: As next, locate and click on the application named Speech Services by Google.
Step 4: On the App info screen of Speech Service by Google application, click on the Storage option.
Step 5: Now, at the bottom of the Storage screen, click on the Clear data button and the Clear cache button to clear off the app data and app cache.
Solution 4: Force Stop Google Speech Services
If none of the options described above work for you, this is the last option you should consider. If your problem is still there after trying this approach, it will almost certainly be resolved.
Step 1: From the applications drawer, click on the Settings application icon.
Step 2: Click on the Apps tile next.
Step 3: Scroll through the list of applications, find and click on the one named Speech Services by Google.
Step 4: On the App info screen, at the bottom, click on the Force stop button to force stop the application.
That’s all. Restart your device to see whether your problem has been resolved.
Please do tell us in the comments section which solution did the trick for you. Also, if you are still having problems after attempting all of the remedies provided, please let us know; we are all ears.
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