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    I know lots of people have been complaining about this issue and I found out why it is happening. I doctored my phone yesterday and signed in to my Palm account to restore all my apps. Today I was hit with the "Applications Update" and when I clicked on the button no applications needed to be updated. I then launched the App Catalog and realized that Pandora was updated today but I had deleted Pndora a while back. Sure enough, I downloaded it again and the update went away. Looks like there is a bug in WebOS when you delete an app and the phone backs up you will get an update notification if that app gets updated.

    Just an FYI....
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    I thought this was known? I downloaded Sudoku a long *** time ago and, because I deleted it, I always get this message.
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    Ok, grrrr... Now, I just need to figure out which app I deleted that's causing the problem.
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    Yeah, I had found the same solution with a different game and posted here about it.

    I think I'll put a link to your post in that thread since one of the Palm support guys also posted there.

    Nice to see some confirmation of what's causing it.
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    I know what the problem is for mine. I downloaded the free version of Flight Viewer a looong time ago and since deleted the app. A few weeks back I Dr.'d my Pre and Flight Viewer showed back up but would not download. Probably because I did not pay for it. Now I refuse to purchase this app just to get rid of this silly notification but I obviously have a corruption in my Palm Profile some where and I dont know how to get rid of it.
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    I have a idea,,ignore it,,if phone works fine,as in,,does not affect operation of the device,,screw it.
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    Its just really annoying! Especially now that I am checking every few minutes!
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    its been doing this to me for over a month,,,guess I just don't give a dam.
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    I don't have a clue why this would work, but it was suggested in another thread about this so I tried it...

    I updated the PRL from the Phone App preferences, and viola, back to "up to date". haha
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    Wish I would have seen the PRL trick before. Oh well, I was bored/curious if it'd fix my problem. Now I have the Infopedia app.
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    I sometimes get that message but a luna restart always clears it.
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    ANNOYING! I have no clue what/how many apps I've installed then deleted. PRL did nothing for me.
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    no it never does, I restart my phone nearly every day
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    This is stupid!!

    I checked the app updates and Ypmobile was the only update, I clicked update all and I still get the message to Show Updates for applications when I check for an update!! Aggravating...
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    Update PRL didn't work; and Restart Luna didn't work.

    Wondering whether the 1.4 update notification will display.
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    same problem here. I have deleted countless free apps and have no idea which ones. Is there a fix anywhere! I don't even use preware and I have thi problem
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    If anyone still has the Beta version of YouView try and delete that and see if the 'update alert' goes away. I think that has been phased out for the paid version and is causing the false app alert.. . (for some people anyways)
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    someone try going into web browser and clearing cache and cookies and see if that helps . I had this issue but can't remember how I fixed it lol. It was a simple fix though. Like a partial erase or clearing cache and cookies or something like that ha!
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    Youview delete/download full didn't work for me. Neither did the clear browser. Keep the ideas coming though. One's gotta work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadavis08 View Post
    someone try going into web browser and clearing cache and cookies and see if that helps . I had this issue but can't remember how I fixed it lol. It was a simple fix though. Like a partial erase or clearing cache and cookies or something like that ha!
    I just tried clearing history/cookies/cache. That didn't help so then I rebooted. As I'm waiting for it to restart, I realize that it takes longer for my phone to reboot than my Macbook. And that didn't work either.
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