Carrier Hub Processing Requests Constant Notification

Users using T-Mobile or Sprint carriers on their devices, especially on the Samsung Galaxy models, are reporting inconvenience caused by consistent notification issues. After the latest patch update on Galaxy devices, the Carrier Hub processing requests constant notification is irritating users. It sends constant notifications in the notification panel that is not going away and remain uncountable.

What is Carrier Hub?

It is a mobile application for Mobile or Sprint carrier users to allow voice over Wi-Fi and Secure Wi-Fi on specific devices. This also works as a network engineering for customer-reported issues.

Ways to Fix Carrier Hub Processing Requests Constant Notification Won’t Go Away

Sometimes the processing requests notification can’t be closed from the notification shade on Galaxy devices, and all the time, the notification panel keeps showing “MCM client requests processing”. Apply the methods mentioned below to troubleshoot the issue.

  1. Update the Carrier Hub app

Updating the app may solve your problem. for doing that:

First, launch Google Play Store

Tap on the three-dots icon located at the top-right corner. (profile icon)

Go to My apps & games

Find out Carrier Hub and check if there is an update available.

Tap on Update next to Carrier Hub if there is any.

It’ll install the update automatically.

  1. Clear Cache and Storage of Carrier Hub

The second way can be clearing the Carrier Hub app cache from the storage data. You have to do it using the settings menu. This type of crashing can sometimes occur because of a corrupted cache. For doing it, follow the steps mentioned below:

First, go to the device Settings menu

Tap on Apps & Notifications.

Tap on ‘See all apps’ to view all the apps installed on your phone.

Next, locate and select the Carrier Hub from the list

Tap on Storage & Cache option

Tap on Clear cache and this will erase the cached data.

Next, tap on Clear storage and select OK to delete the app storage data.

Go back to the App Info page again and select Force stop of the Carrier Hub app.

Turn on airplane mode and again turn it off after waiting for a couple of seconds. A reboot can bring back the MCM Client again.

  1. Disable Notification for Carrier Hub

Turn off the Carrier Hub notification to temporarily hide the issue so you can get rid of the irritation. Follow the steps below for doing that:

Go to the Settings menu on your device

Go to Notifications

Next, turn off and then turn on notifications for Carrier Hub.

The processing requests notification will go away.

You can also turn off the notification by Pressing & holding it

And then, select Turn Off Notifications or Mute Notifications.

  1. Uninstall Carrier Hub using ADB Commands

You can uninstall the Carrier Hub app by using a PC and the command mentioned below to eliminate the issue. For doing that:

Launch the device Settings menu

Tap on System> About phone

Now, tap on Build number around 7 times to enable Developer Options.

 Note – Steps to go to the Build number vary based on the model or brand.

Once the developer option is enabled, get back to the main Settings menu

Tap on Developer Options again to launch it.

Now, turn on the USB debugging option. Download fastboot tools and ADB on your PC.

The next step is to extract the zip file into a folder on your PC and open it.

Connect your handset then to the PC using a USB cable and wait for it to get detected by the system.

Now, press + hold the Shift key and right-click in a blank area inside the folder on the keyboard .

Tap on Open Powershell window from the context menu.

Click ‘Yes’ to allow the admin privilege if prompted by UAC.

Type the below command and hit Enter to check for the connected device in ADB:

“adb devices”

If you can see a random device ID on the command prompt window, it means the device is connected in the ADB mode successfully .

Copy and paste the following command line and hit Enter to delete the Carrier Hub app from your device:

“adb shell pm uninstall –user 0”

  • Wait for few seconds and disconnect your device
  • Disconnect the device from the USB cable.
  • Restart the handset now to check for the issue.

Ending words

The methods may not be useful for every user, but we hope you have solved your issue by following these steps properly.

Experiencing difficulties with your Device, check out our “How To” page on how to resolve some of these issues.


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