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Depending on the OS you are running they are in Notification Center(iOS 6 and Later). You can access Notification Center by swiping down from the very top of your screen in iOS 7. You can change Notifications on an app by app basis in Settings, Notification Center.
<p>Mobile devices like smartphones and iPod Touch has so many
uses in day to day, they are quickly becoming the only thing needed in a pocket
or purse, replacing address books, calendars and schedules. The iPod Touch
allows many events in the calendar application, and you can easily include
additional information for your upcoming events. Since much information about
so many things can be stored on your iPod Touch, it would be much easier to
find an event past or future than navigating to the Calendar application. Find
the information you need to use the Spotlight search iPod. <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button on the iPod Touch to
the Home screen. <br />
<p>2. Press the "Home" in the Spotlight search box. <br />
<p>3. Tap the search bar at the top of the screen and start
typing a keyword of your event calendar. This is the title, location, or a word
contained in the notes from the events screen. <br />
<p>4. Tap the event in the search results when it is displayed
and you will be taken to the "Event Details" screen in the calendar
application. <br />
Actually, PiyushVig's answer is completely incorrect. The Calendar icon on both the front screen and the main screen are not always there. They only show up for a reason, and that is because there is a calendar event scheduled for that day. (Likewise there is no setting in the phone to show or not show the calendar icon. If you have an event scheduled for that day, the calendar icon will show and there is no changing that feature.) Today I had the same problem as the person who asked this question. There are no events scheduled for today yet the phone displays the calendar icon on both the main screen and the front screen of my Samsun Convoy SCH-U640 cell phone. So I just got off the phone with Samsung support to see if I could resolve this issue. They told me that there is no reason for the calendar icon to show up when there are no events scheduled for that day. They had me do a soft boot (shut off phone and remove battery for 20 seconds then replace battery and turn phone back on) and that did not work. I also tried actually programming an event for today and then erased it but that did not make the bogus calendar even alert icon go away. So Samsung Support's conclusion to this issue is exactly what I suspected before I even called them; it's simply a software glitch (which is annoying for those Convoy users that really use and rely on the calendar function).
Press and hold the F2, F12, or F8 function key (one of the three at a time) after jhearing a single beep following a restart. One key (usually F2) will allow you to change the BIOS settings. (If the computer boots normally, restart it again and try the next function key.)
BE CAREFUL. Don't change anything you are not sure of because doing so can make your computer inoperable!
You will eventually get to the BIOS settup utility. You will have to use the keyboard to navigate to the setting that disables the splash screen. (You may have to enable something like "detailed boot report" or "OEM settings", depending on the computer.)
My American Megatrends (AMI) BIOS has a "BOOT" section that contains a "Full Screen Logo" setting. I "Disabled" it to do what you want to.
Incidentally, the splash screen doesn't really slow the boot process much, since you are simply substituting a static picture for the BIOS boot information.
Have you tried starting in the 'Safe Mode?'
If not, either F5 or F8 (right after anything appears on the screen) will bring up a short menu to allow you to choose the boot mode; choose the Safe Mode.
This loads only the most basic windows files and will let you do some fundamental checking of the hard drive and Win installation.
If you can get that far, Click on 'Start,' then 'Run' and enter 'rstrui' and OK.
This should start the Restore routine.
If it does, choose 'Restore to an earlier date.' Hopefully you have had Restore turned on and then you will have a calendar with light and bold dates.
Choose a date a few days in the past and let it run.
This may or may not put you back in operation.