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how to get rid of the huge clock?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by leeoniya, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. leeoniya

    leeoniya Lurker
    Thread Starter

    how the hell do i swap the giant clock on home for something much smaller? i need more real estate and cant figure out how to disable it for the life of me.

    i also like weather but it, too, should be much smaller if there is different weather app.

    thanks,
    Leon
     


  2. penguinking6

    penguinking6 Lurker

    Hold your finger on the clock and it will glow green. You can then drag it to remove at the bottom of your screen.

    In order to put a new widget on, hold your finger down on the background. You can then pick a new widget.
     
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  3. leeoniya

    leeoniya Lurker
    Thread Starter

    a thx, 'tis gone. any good small clock app recommendations?
     
  4. penguinking6

    penguinking6 Lurker

    you're welcome.

    if you go to the market, you will be able to search for a new clock. most programs will come with the widget which you will be able to add to your background.
     
  5. spacemanzzzz

    spacemanzzzz Newbie

    Lol I <3 noobs :p
     
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  6. jadoe05

    jadoe05 Well-Known Member

    mods could we move this thread to the trouble shooting section?
     
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  7. RedsGT

    RedsGT Well-Known Member

    HTC has a ton of different sized clock widgets already installed. Just tap "+"-->Widget-->Clock and then tap the right arrow to cycle through different ones.
     
  8. tenten10

    tenten10 Lurker

    how do you get rid of a widget
     
  9. hove131

    hove131 Well-Known Member

    wrong section man .... but you hold down on widget until you are able to move it to the trash icon up top.
     
  10. bigbear6708

    bigbear6708 Android Enthusiast

    I like beautiful widgets..you have to pay, but it offers lots of customization for widgets...worth it, IMO..however, I dont use a homescreen clock, as the clock is in the notifications bar...overkill if you ask me
     
  11. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood

    Moved to S&T
     

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