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News/RSS app problem. Keeps adding all news back.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by freeza, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. freeza

    freeza Well-Known Member
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    I have 4 subscriptions in the news app and the widget on the homescreen.

    The problem is, read news keeps refreshing on the app after i've read and deleted it. If I read all the news, then delete them all so that it's empty, the widget will "load news" and everything will come back. Is this the way it's supposed to work? I thought only unread articles were supposed to sync but mine just keeps loading all the same crap again, as well as new stuff too.
     

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  2. fr4nk1yn

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    I'm assuming that's the way it's supposed to work.
    I hate it though. I've been looking for a RSS replacement asl day but haven't found anything yet.
     
  3. freeza

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    That sucks bad lol.

    I'll look too, let me know if you find one. I liked this one until I noticed that no matter what I did, it would keep adding back the same news i've already read and deleted. Having 70 stories sit there and rotate on the homescreen sucks when you've read them all!
     
  4. fr4nk1yn

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    Tried Pure RSS. Not as easy to set up the HTC news app but it's still pretty simple'. I have all my favorite blogs in there by doing some copy & pasting.

    Now to find a decent email app.
     
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  5. freeza

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    i'll give it a try thanks!
     
  6. fr4nk1yn

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    Oddly enough it doesn't delete read articles either. It just marks them read.
     
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