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  1. mitchellvii

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    Hey guys,

    I really love the Pure Calendar (Agenda) widget. I have been running it since I got my phone with no issues. However, starting yesterday, it crashes every time I try to add it to my homescreen.

    This started happening right after I tried moving it to my SD card. I have since done a full wipe and re-installed but no joy. Still doesn't work.

    I'm running cm6 / Snap 7.1

    Any ideas?
     

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    did you do a titanium backup/restore?
    if so, click on the app and wipe data in titanium, other than that, i have no ideas
     
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    I used Astro Tools to back up. I have tried re-installing from there, and also re-installing directly from the market.

    My only guess is that somehow I left some fragment of something somewhere when I tried to move it to SD and it is causing a conflict every time I try to add it to my homescreen - very annoying.

    Next question - when we add apps to our SD card, where do they go? Maybe I can look and see if something is there?
     
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    Just did full wipe of everything including reformat of my sdcard. I can only guess the developer put out and update incompatible with cm6 or this kernel I'm using.

    I'll flash Fresh and see if that's it.
     
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    Do you mean Apps2SD? If so, the answer is your ext3 partition. If not, look for a folder with the name of the app, the name of the dev, or the dev's company.
     
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