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  1. jamesdean

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    I inadvertently trashed the stock HTC weather widget, the 1/2 screen widget on the home page by default. Does anyone know how or where to restore that from?
     

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    It's one of the Clocks. It should be in there.
     
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    Got it, thanks. I was caught up looking for a weather widget.
     
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    Yeah, I did the same thing last night. Now I can't find the carbon wallpaper after changing it.
     
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    Look in the Android wallpapers under the wallpaper menu.
     
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    I didn't have the same luck restoring the 1/2 screen widget. I can get to the information from either the clock or news & weather app, but I can't figure out how to window it down from full screen so that it is always running on the home page like the stock one.
     
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    Do the following:
    1. Locate the area on your homescreen where you would like the widget
    2. Long press the screen (or press the "+")
    3. Press widget
    4. Select Clock
    5. Scroll to widget style No. 3

    The widget should run.
     
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