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Go to your home page then go to Settings->Accounts->Add account and add a google account. When it come that it's asking what you want to synchronise just select the calendar and you're ready. Now you could also go to Calendar->Menu->Settings and turn calendars on and off. Have fun!


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Reverting back is easy. Just open Settings>Apps>All Apps>Google Calendar>Uninstall updates.


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Download "File Manager (Explorer)" from Google Play List and explore "Notification" Folder. Copy your custom file - MP3 ringtones in the "Notification" folder. Open the Google Calendar --> General Settings --> Sounds --> You can find your custom file to select. Hope this resolves your clarification.


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Another option syncs over Wi-Fi rather than USB because it is automatic. Try AkrutoSync (www.akruto.com). Does not sync with the cloud and works with all compatible devices for no extra charge.


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i just ran into the same problem. i have created a local calendar with an app and then removed the app before deleting the calendar. I could re-install the app and delete the calendar there.. so for you as a developer this means you should probably add this functionality to your app anyways.. however if you need a quick fix or if someone else is running ...


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I have 3 calendars into that Outlook, lets says they are called C1 (personal), C2 (professional) and C3 (family). Into these calendars, I have many years of events, and multiple kind of events : recurring, multi-days, full day events, events with alarms, recurring events that start on 1900 (cause I don't know the right year for them). Note : I ...


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As always, you can do this just fine with an app. Search for ics calendar import on Google Play and there are many apps that can add .ics files to your calendar. There's even a couple of open-source apps on F-Droid if you prefer that.



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