Turn off software update Ios5?

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  1. lencuff

    lencuff Member

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    Is there a way to turn off software update notifications on 5.01? Wife's phone shows a message that 5.1 is available but as it j/b I don't want her to accidentally upgrade it:)
    Oddly mine - same phone and same Ios doesn't do this?
  2. C0C0

    C0C0 Well-Known Member

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    Download No Update from Cydia.
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    lencuff Member

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    Thanks, installed that but it still shows the small red 1 on the top right of the settings icon? Was trying
    to get rid of that as well:)
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    ale624 Well-Known Member

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    try deleteing meta data inside the setting app (with ifile) and also updateing blocked if your jbed
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    deleted account 43 Well-Known Member

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    Just saying, it's impossible to accidentally update if it's jailbroken since it'll download but it'll give you an error.
  6. Dan__UK

    Dan__UK New Member

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    I had the same issue, get BadgeClear from cydia its amazing. It will clear the red notification on settings, did the job for me! And I used it on the App store and other apps to clear the notifications on them that I didn't need reminding of.
    And also make sure to get yourself No Update from cydia as mentioned by C0C0 above.
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    Badd_Blood Well-Known Member

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    Just edit the SystemVersion.plist in Root>System>Library>CoreServies. Change 5.0.1 to 5.1. Also I suggest you delete the OS update launch daemon, there is a guide on here to do that.
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    That can cause a few problems.
    You can do it this way though.

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