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"noOTA badge" not working

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by desertmac, Mar 30, 2013.

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    I just installed "noOTA badge" to get rid of the (1) on the Settings icon of my jailbroken iPad 3 with iOS 6.1.2. However, it does not work - the nagging (1) is still on the Settings icon.

    Does "noOTA badge" simply not work with iOS 6.1.2, or is there anything that I can do to make this work?

    Greetings - desertmac
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    It must not have been updated to work on iOS 6.1.2.

    Do you have the tweak Springtomize 2? That tweak will allow you to hide that update badge...

    Marilyn
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    No, at least not yet. But I uninstalled noOTA, installed Badge Clearer, made the (1) on Settings disappear, and also uninstalled Badge Clearer again. That works very well.

    What I don't quite understand is that it seems now not to be possible to search for iOS updates from within Settings - General -Software Updates at all. When I go into Settings I do see the (1) on General but when I search for updates I only get an eternally spinning wheel next to the sentence "Checking for Update...). Is that normal after jailbreaking?

    In general I like it very much to have a "free" iPad now. The first apps I installed were BrowserChooser for being able to choose iCab as default browser and SwipeSelection to get a less frustrating keyboard experience. Terrific!
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    The iOS 6 jailbreak has blocked the OTA update feature, so that an unsuspecting owner won't ruin his or her jailbreak by hitting the update button.
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    If you install a tweak called No Update this is what you will see when you hit the update button(also clears the badge)

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