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  1. mm43

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    Can I remove the clock on the main homescreen on my nexus 4 and get it back again if I want it?
    Would like to have the HTC sense one.
     

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    Download Beautiful Widgets...lots and lots of clocks and weather skins to choose from.
     
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    Just drag it to the trash can to remove it from the home screen, its a widget so to replace it all you need to do is scroll through widgets and drag it back.
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Ahhhhh.....the famous Sence weather widget. My favorite widget of all times and go figure i can't even use the original one on my One X. Running Nova launcher and Sence widget only works while running Sence.
     
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    Was not sure as have a Nexus 7 and when I first had it I downloaded the widget "Sense Flip clock" Which I love and it works really well.
    However cant remember if the Nexus 7 had a default clock on the homescreen that I had to remove? :eek: Does it? lol

    Was wondering if the sense clock would also be ok to add on my Nexus 4 phone too?
    As it appears in my google account widgets anyway.
     
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    Check out the ones by Droid27, they're quite good and free. Using one with Nova on my One X.

    Works on anything.
     
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    Want something simple as the battery on the Nexus 4 does not seem to last long.... tips for that welcome also.
     
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    Yeah, his stuff doesn't power hog at all, it's really quite efficient.

    I used a glass theme with his 3D clock & weather widget, customized my settings and got this -

    uploadfromtaptalk1357042857098.jpg

    On mine, tapping minutes takes you to configuration, sun/moon/etc to Google weather, and the hour to my clock app.
     
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