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  1. desmofan

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    I accidentally deleted the Battery Widget from my Bionic. I like it better than any of the aftermarket widgets I've seen, so is there any way to get the app back? I don't see it in the market, and am not rooted, so i have not installed Undelete.
     

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    I don't know what you are referring to. Perhaps you downloaded a battery widget and then deleted it? Perhaps you are thinking of settings | Battery & data management?

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    It was called "Battery Widget", and I'm 99% sure it was on the phone when I got it. I downloaded another one, because I did not think the original one displayed the current draw/charge, but it actually did. I deleted it this morning by mistake, and cannot seem to find it anywhere. There are a lot of Battery Widgets in the Market, but none are like the one I had.
     
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    I dont ever recall having any battery widget on a stock Bionic. If you were coming from a previous droid device it could have transferred over via the Market. When setting up your phone Verizon tech will usually try to install whatever you had in the Market under your google account so it might be something you had in a previous phone.
     
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    There is no "battery widget" on my Bionic or Droid X.

    There is no "battery app" on my Bionic or Droid X.

    There is a Settings | Battery & data management on both of them.

    If there was a "battery app" that was part of the bloatware on my Bionic I don't know how I could delete it since my Bionic is not root-ed.

    Sorry.

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    That could explain it! I did come over from an OG Droid. The VZ tech didn't install apps, but it may have installed when I first went to the Market. At least this means it may still be available.

    Thanks!
     
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    You may already know ...

    If it was purchased and then un-installed ... get onto Market ... list your installed Apps ... scroll to the bottom of the list ... it will list all those you purchased but don't have installed.

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    I looked, and it is not showing up. I doubt it was a purchased app, but I just looked in the market online, and did not see the app. Very odd.
     

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