1. pitbulvig's Avatar
    I downloaded 1 update today for one of my installers apps because when I booted I saw a red "1" showing on installers icon on springboard but now shows a "0"? Am I going to have to stare at that "0" forever? I only have 1 or 2 installers apps so chances are there won't be another update anytime soon? I realize while this seems a small problem it can drive you crazy after a while!! Thanks guys for any help at all.
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    2008-09-27 12:44 AM
  2. dr33Rocks's Avatar
    I saw this being addressed on another thread. I can't remember which one, or I would link it here, so just do a search of installer and hopefully you will find it.
    2008-09-27 03:10 AM
  3. 461am's Avatar
    the 0 goes away after a respring.
    2008-09-27 03:48 AM
  4. pitbulvig's Avatar
    the 0 goes away after a respring.
    I have tried to respeing a few times ;( still there? Rebooted a few times too ? Still there? It also has a "0"
    After the UPDATED (0) like this in Installer itself? This may always be there not sure? I don't use it enough to remember, Bit thanks for the suggestion , Anything else?
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    2008-09-27 06:47 AM
  5. WyldPhoenix's Avatar
    Neither a respring nor a reboot removed the (0) from my Installer icon.
    2008-09-27 01:31 PM
  6. pitbulvig's Avatar
    Neither a respring nor a reboot removed the (0) from my Installer icon.
    hmm, So not just me, Is anyone else having same problem? Mine started right after updating community sources yesterday, I finally just used "poof" in boss prefs to just hide the icon, Out of sight out of mind I guess : )
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    2008-09-27 02:23 PM
  7. kknopp's Avatar
    hmm, So not just me, Is anyone else having same problem? Mine started right after updating community sources yesterday, I finally just used "poof" in boss prefs to just hide the icon, Out of sight out of mind I guess : )
    I've got the same problem. Big red "0" badge and no way to remove it. Respring nor reboot does the trick.
    2008-09-30 03:20 PM
  8. garlon's Avatar
    Try to reinstall community sources and the zero should go way
    2008-10-01 03:09 AM
  9. mrtolles's Avatar
    Try to reinstall community sources and the zero should go way
    That Works! Thanks!
    2008-10-01 05:16 PM
  10. CaptainChaos's Avatar
    I just tried and it locked up my phone. I poofed it so I won't be tempted again heh
    2008-10-01 05:49 PM
  11. Shinner23's Avatar
    I get the "0" with MobileChat.
    2008-10-01 06:02 PM
  12. niketkumar's Avatar
    me too having same badge How to get rid of it ?
    Tried reinstalling but its of no use
    2008-10-01 06:23 PM
  13. dallasnights's Avatar
    nope taking community sources off then back does not make the 0 go away on my iphone, anyone have another solutuion

    thanks all
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    2008-10-01 06:52 PM
  14. pitbulvig's Avatar
    nope taking community sources off then back does not make the 0 go away on my iphone, anyone have another solutuion

    thanks all
    Doesnt work for me either?? I just took it off with poof too but every time I get an update to this thread I unhide it and try again anyway!! I wish of didn't bother me but it does!!
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    2008-10-01 08:51 PM
  15. hebs's Avatar
    this worked for me..

    uninstall community sources, turn off the phone,then re-boot phone, reinstall community sources, refresh sources ( my phone appeared to freeze for ages), then it does eventually respring, and the red "0" dissappears
    2008-10-02 10:58 PM
  16. gabesir's Avatar
    ^ didnt work for me..........
    2008-10-03 02:43 PM
  17. kwan's Avatar
    This happened to me with after playing with beejive. I had a 0 on beejive as well as my other third party apps. Tried rebooting and it didnt work.
    Finally went away when I went back to beejive and sent myself a message to change the 0 to 1. After I read the message, the 0 didnt reappear.
    2008-10-03 03:28 PM
  18. pitbulvig's Avatar
    ^ didnt work for me..........
    NOPE!! Not here either?? Installer really does suck now, Im thankful cydia took over and works fantastic for us, Still not sure why this "0" bothers me so much but it does! ; (
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    2008-10-03 05:50 PM
  19. CaryDude's Avatar
    So no one can figure out how to get this 0 issue put to be once and for all?
    2008-10-04 03:17 PM
  20. lostboy02's Avatar
    its backgrounder that causes it
    2008-10-04 03:25 PM
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