- Pull down the notification center when you have an icon notifying you of some download
- Tap-n-Hold on the filename that appears
- An "App Info" menu will pop up
- Tap on that "App Info" menu
- It takes you to Android's standard interface from where you can manage the applications
- Just hit "Clear Data", it will warn you, just say ok and proceed with clearing data
- Voilà! You will not be bothered with this again, unless you REALLY download something
Edit: The app is called "Download Manager" and actually is visible if you are patient enough to scroll through "All" apps tab in application manager. Here's the screenshot. Blogger is not letting me upload images, so here's the link to screenshot: Screenshot-Clear Download Manager's Cache.
Edit: The BIGGEST annoyance so far has been random battery drains, just yesterday it dropped off from 100% to 85% in less than 5 minutes, the phone's back went warm AND this was while in "power saving" mode! I fired up Elixir2 and noticed most CPU has been hogged by Samsung's wretched KNOX. My battery is lasting less than half a day in power saving mode (and I don't have any bells-n-whistles enabled, aka FB, Twitter, Email notifications, etc.).
This is just pathetic.
Is Samsung becoming the new Yahoo!/HP, refer to my previous post: Stop Writing Crappy Software