Is there a way to remove the red number one badge alert on settings icon?

Knockworstface

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Feb 26, 2013
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I have the number one badge on the settings icon....when I go into settings there is a #1 next to software update. When I go into software update it says my software is up to date. Is there a way to remove the annoying red badge?
 

Knockworstface

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Feb 26, 2013
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When you do another update of any of your apps it will go away. My 5 and 5S would do this sometimes.
That's such a load of BS. :rolleyes:


Does anyone really know what the hell they are talking about these days? Or is all about ********ting people and hoping they don't catch on?
 

Newtons Apple

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That's such a load of BS. :rolleyes:


Does anyone really know what the hell they are talking about these days? Or is all about ********ting people and hoping they don't catch on?
You are showing how little you know.

You asked you answers, I told you what happened to me. I personally hope your NEVER goes away until your eyes bleed!:p

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That didn't work. I've already done a hard reset numerous times.
Do you know how to do a reset?:(
 

Tyler23

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That's such a load of BS. :rolleyes:


Does anyone really know what the hell they are talking about these days? Or is all about ********ting people and hoping they don't catch on?
It will not go away until Apple issues the next software update and you then perform the update.

I know, it's annoying, mine is stuck as well, but that's just the way it is. There is no way to force clear it.
 

iolinux333

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Feb 9, 2014
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It will not go away until Apple issues the next software update and you then perform the update.

I know, it's annoying, mine is stuck as well, but that's just the way it is. There is no way to force clear it.
One way left: go back to 7.x and jailbreak. Won't work for 6/6+ of course.
 

Knockworstface

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Original poster
Feb 26, 2013
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It will not go away until Apple issues the next software update and you then perform the update.

I know, it's annoying, mine is stuck as well, but that's just the way it is. There is no way to force clear it.


You're right. Thanks for not spewing BS. :)
 

heisenberg123

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Oct 31, 2010
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its likely a glitch but a rare one, not often are software updates available then pulled, so you phone gave the badge when it was available but you did not run the update before it was pulled
 
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