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I am trying to remove widgets (I.e clock,calendar) from my home screen on the g1

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Very simple solution to this one. all you have to do is touch the icon on the screen and HOLD your finger there. Your phone will slightly vibrate, and the menu button will change to a little trash can. Keep your finger down and slide the icon to the trash can and Voila, it's gone

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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I know that this solution doesn't seem to make much sense because what does an Analog Clock have to do with an Alarm icon? It just seems to be a software glitch of Samsung.

Try it out and see if it works.




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