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  1. jsknight100

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    Can you delete widgets? I have lots on my Hudl! & don't know how to delete them!
     

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    Generally pressing and holding a widget gives you the option to remove it (not used a Hudl, so don't know whether Tesco have done anything funny).
     
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    Is the Hudl a tablet specially made and customised for Tesco?
     
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    Cant you just do Settings, Apps, Manage, choose the widget and press Uninstall?
     
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    With my Samsung, I seem to be able to remove widgets from my screen but I cannot delete them from the phone.
     
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    Was your Samsung supplied by a carrier? If so it may well have bloatware widgets and junk that can't be uninstalled, not without rooting it.

    I'd suspect the Tesco Hudl would be similar. Might have Clubcard stuff and other things specific to Tesco on it. Should be able to delete the widgets from the home screen. But to actually uninstall them would more than likely require it to be rooted.
     
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    Is that the name for tesco's tab? Who makes it? Wonder how hackable itl be. It could become the next Orange Sanfrancisco :thumbup:

    About the question, im not sure tbh. All i can think is go to setttings,apps,then uninstall. Or find the widget on play store and uninstall from there.
    PLEASE write a basic review of the tablet when u can and how
     
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    Yup.

    China Inc. :thumbup:

    I suspect it could become popular enough to attract the hacking community.



    Wonder which supermarket is next for their own tablet?

    Tesco Hudl
    Sainsbury's Mudl.
    Asda Pudl.
    Aldi Cudl.
    Lidl Dawdl.
    Morrison's Befudl.

     
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    ^ u da man. im lazy so does it out spec the 1st gen N7 bro?
     

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