iPhone 4 no red dot voicemail notification cannot

svnintl

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Original poster
May 15, 2013
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So I have a whole lot of problem that maybe someone can help me with one or all. This is my current setup
- iphone 4 factory unlocked, iOS 5.1.1, jailbroken (T-Mobile)

A.) For weeks now I do not get the red dot voicemail notification and I have no idea what could have caused it. I've tried the following:

1.) Reset all settings
2.) upgrading to itunes 11.0.2

3.) removing and reinserting SIM card. Now this is the closest I got to fixing the problem. The red-dot shows up when there's no service and the top left is "searching", but right after the phone picks up service, the red-dot notification disappears again.

Could it be my sim card is too old ? Or there's an easy way to fix this problem ?

B.) I want to install SBsettings (which I used to have) but from messing around with the phone and trying to fix the voicemail notification I uninstalled it. And now going back into Cydia it keeps saying "the requested modifications cannot be applied due to required dependencies or conflicts...depends sbsettings...". Is there a program like it thats like it ?

C.) I would just upgrade to iOS 6.1.2 (or earlier because there's no untethered jailbrake for 6.1.3) or reinstall my 5.1.1. BUT...now everytime i try to do a manual upgrade/restore I get an error "3194".

So basically, I can't upgrade, downgrade, can't do anything to this phone. Where did it all go wrong ?
 

svnintl

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Original poster
May 15, 2013
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I called T-mobile and they said that baseband needs to be upgraded and the only way to do that is upgrade through apple...to the latest 6.1.3. Anyway I can update baseband to a version where jailbreak is currently available ?
 

svnintl

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May 15, 2013
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To update:

I just did a clean restore using iOS 5.1.1 signed IPSW using iFaith and problem fixed (with jailbreak using evasi0n 1.5.3).
 

charlisv

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Jan 14, 2014
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Removing the "Red Dot" on voicemail

Make sure your cellular data is turned on. Once you do that the red dot disappears and your missing voice mail will show up.