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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by vonjet, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. vonjet

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    How do I get my Gmail calendar on my Droid?
     

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  2. Gecko

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    Google calendar is a standard app. It's already on your phone.
     
  3. neumannator

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    its alread on there noob
     
  4. vonjet

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    How do I get it to sync what's on my computer??
     
  5. vonjet

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    I figured it out. I have 3 gmail accounts and it only lets me sync the calendar on the default one. Thats why I didn't see the sync calendar because I was looking in the wrong account.
     
  6. Backnblack

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    Asking a question makes one a noob?
     
  7. joneee

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    Asking a noob question, yes.
     
  8. craighwk

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    Always amazes me that people have to troll in a help topic. If you have nothing to add to the OP's issue, then just move on.
     
  9. ChunkyMonkey

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    Setup a full share of the calendar with the main gmail account. then you can see/edit the calendar on your phone. My wife keeps our calendar up to date on her phone/account and it syncs up with my account/phone.
     
  10. justjimjpc

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    Your reply could be a bit more polite ...
     
  11. justjimjpc

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    Noob, newbie questions are welcome here ... rudeness is not ...

    Please refrain from be rude ... help if you can ... being rude doesn't elevate you ... it does the opposite ...
     

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