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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SekiTimewalker, Jul 3, 2013.

  1. SekiTimewalker

    Thread Starter

    I did a factory reset recently. Before I did that, I was getting about four months of past Calendar events. Now I'm only getting two. I did what this link said: http://androidforums.com/asus-eee-p...-google-calendar-history-more-than-month.html (I know it is a different phone, but figured the steps would be the same), and it still did not work. I still only have two months. I couldn't find a solution by googling. I'm using the Business Calendar, but I get the same problem using the stock calendar.
     



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  2. doogald

    doogald Extreme Android User

    I believe that's normal - anytime a new account is added and calendar events are synced, it grabs the last month of events (and will grab older recurring events.) As you continue to use the phone since the factory reset. those events do not go away, so the back events will remain as you use the phone.

    As far as I know, there is nothing that you can do to change that. Perhaps if you are rooted and back up calendar storage (then retsore after a reset) it would work, but even that I am unsure about.

    If you need to search for older events you should be able to do that in the mobile browser interface to google calendar.
     
  3. Yeltnerb

    Yeltnerb Newbie

    How often do you need to use calendar events older than 60 days?
     
  4. SekiTimewalker

    Thread Starter

    It's not really a matter of needing. It's the fact that I like to have an easily accessed comprehensive thing. It is a shame that they don't make it so you can have your whole calendar accessed. But thanks anyways.
     
  5. Fulltime Traveler

    Fulltime Traveler Well-Known Member

    See this post: http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-bionic/639567-events-missing-calendar-ics.html#post5139453

    By the way, the same fix works with Jelly Bean. I did a factory reset a couple months ago and had to go through the same process to get all 11 or 12 years of calendar data back on the phone.
     
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  6. SekiTimewalker

    Thread Starter

    Worked perfectly. Thanks
     

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