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How to change world clocks shown in "work" theme

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by firebirdude, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. firebirdude

    firebirdude Member
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    Hi guys. I searched and found a thread related to my question, but it was not answered.

    Brand new evo/unrooted/stock everything. Using the "work" theme shows two analog clocks on the screen. The left one being my time zone and the right my current city. I'd like to replace my time zone clock with another city of my choice.

    Push the clocks to go into desk clock screen. I scroll along the bottom to the right to world clocks. I add city (which it finds no problem). It then adds this third location to the other two. However the clocks on the home screen still remain the same. And it will not allow me to rearrange them (its greyed out) or delete them. How can I have the two clocks of my choice on the home screen?

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  2. Long press the clocks, drag to the bottom to Remove. Then long press the empty space, hit widget, then clock, then select your world clocks. It should let you choose which time zone for each.
  3. firebirdude

    firebirdude Member
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    Unfortunately it does not. You can scroll through and select one of the 12 clock faces available. Only one has dual faces.... the same one you just deleted. If you select it, it just puts you back at square one.
  4. firebirdude

    firebirdude Member
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    Just to update this for anyone that may search it in the future. I worked around this by setting my wanted city as home. Then the other face is defaulted to "current location." So you'll have your current time zone on one face and whatever city you want (set as home) as the second face. Not perfect in theory, but works out well.

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