I have a Samsung Galaxy S6012. Long time back (I do not remember when) I've got a call. Even though I answered that call, it was put as missed call. Since then it shows a missed call alert in my phone.

First I removed that particular number from the list. Still the same alert was there. Then I removed the entire log history – still the same missed call alert. I have restarted the device many times but all my work went in vain.

NOTE By "missed call alert" I mean a numeric ① being displayed on top of the phone icon:

Missed call

This is the phone I have http://mobile.cdn.softpedia.com/phone-pics/Samsung-Galaxy-Music-Duos-0.jpg The phone icon is at the bottom left side.If any missed calls then I get a number(like 1,2) at the top like this http://i.stack.imgur.com/bOfXd.png

  • a number on the phone icon? are you using a custom launcher, or an app for that? – geffchang Nov 13 '13 at 7:33
  • @geffchang the default phone icon,I do not use any app or custom launcher – SpringLearner Nov 13 '13 at 7:39
  • @geffchang see this img.podnova.com/icons_avideo/124/848/848552.jpg I am getting similar type means a phone icon like this cesaualberta.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/phone-icon.jpg and a number 1 which is placed at the top like the other picture – SpringLearner Nov 13 '13 at 7:55
  • @Izzy not exactly the same icon,So rollback the question – SpringLearner Nov 13 '13 at 8:02
  • You can edit your question yourself anytime, it's yours – so my apologies if you didn't want the image integrated, and no hard feelings if you revert this. Alternatively, you could also add a note there that it's something like this (and not exactly this). I'm pretty sure, even though not the exact same image, it helps people visualize the facts immediately – as opposed to reading the text multiple times and trying to imagine. So I would keep it, and optionally comment on it. – Izzy Nov 13 '13 at 8:12

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