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Support Widgets for Asus Transformer Eee Pad

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by meemoo752, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. meemoo752

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    Does anyone have any idea how I can get rid of the location/weather Widget on the home screen of my TF? Also, are there any other Widgets available for the TF?
     

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    Just tap and hold it, then drag it to the 'remove' bin (top right of the screen). For other widgets, you could search the market for 'honeycomb widget'.
     
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    An essential widget for the Transformer is the "Dual battery widget" available in the Market. It shows the tablet as well as the dock battery levels.

    As for other widgets, it depends on your interests. There's Twitter and Facebook widgets, calendar addons, whatever. As the other poster mentioned, just search for available widgets and see what's out there.
     
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    Thanks much!! I've been having a ball with my Transformer. I even went to an Android phone (HTC Inspire-ATT) and find it suits my creativity over the iPhone 3GS I had (which is now simply an iPod and sits in a drawer up in my bedroom, lol). Me thinks Apple needs to wake up!! Android is hot on its tail if it hasn't already bypassed it!
     
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    Okay, I downloaded the Dual Battery Widget and cannot figure out how to open it so I can use it and place it on one of my homescreens. There are directions to open it on the market place's description of the widget and from where I downloaded it but I cannot get it to work.

    Any suggestions?:thinking:
     
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    It doesnt have an app icon, you place the widget on the screen and then click on it to change settings.
     
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    A reboot mayvbe required for it to show in widgets list
     
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    Long press on a blank spot on your home screen.
    Select 'widgets' from the popup.
    Select the dual battery widget from the list.
     
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    Wizz widget is pretty good
     
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