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how do i delete a single calendar from the native calendar app (not only the entries; the whole calendar) without to wipe out the app in android >4.0?

This feature was available till ICS.

Thanks

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Why do you per se want to do it from your phone? No pc browser nearby? I guess you don't need to do this on a weekly basis? –  Steven Roose Jun 25 '12 at 23:38
    
I have to do it just a few times during development. How would a pc help? I am using a mac and the calendar appears just local on the phone. –  MartinVonMartinsgrün Jun 29 '12 at 9:55
    
Ah it's only a local Calendar? It's not synced? Then Chahk's answers makes no sense basically... My default Calendar app on Android 2.3 doesn't seem to support local calendars. –  Steven Roose Jun 29 '12 at 11:18

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In Calendar app, go to Menu -> Calendars to display and uncheck the calendar you wish to stop displaying. On that same screen you can also tap the Calendars to sync button, uncheck the calendar(s) you wish to stop from being synchronized to the phone and tap the OK button.

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Due to development debugging i need to remove the calender. Just hidding the calender is therefore no solution for me. Thx –  MartinVonMartinsgrün Jun 25 '12 at 14:57
    
Stopping the calendar from syncing should completely remove it. You can also stop the calendar sync via Settings -> Accounts & sync menu. –  Chahk Jun 25 '12 at 15:07
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I think he means permanently remove it from Calendar, so also in his browser. Unsyncing is not removing. –  Steven Roose Jun 25 '12 at 23:38
    
Thank to Steven. I mean a permanently deletion. –  MartinVonMartinsgrün Jun 27 '12 at 8:40

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