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You can try installing a different launcher app via the Android Market web interface. On your PC go to Play Store and sign in with the same Google account as on your phone. Find any Home replacement app. Click on the Install button to send the app directly to your phone (if you have several Android devices you will need to select the phone.) After a few ...


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If you can connect to the device with adb (Android SDK) you can open a command line and do: adb uninstall com.gau.go.launcherex adb uninstall com.jiubang.goscreenlock those will remove both Go Launcher EX and GoLocker. If you can't you may have to do a factory reset, which will remove all the apps and data on the device (but to even do that you need to get ...


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Unfortunately you can not do so with GoLauncherEx. Your best bet would be to contact the dev team at their blog, or other forms of contact like Twitter, facebook, etc. and just ask them to include this feature. As of right now (Mid-2012) I don't believe there is a launcher on the Android that has this feature yet. Feel free to contact the dev team. ...


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Android applications are distributed as 'apk' files. This is basically just a standard 'zip' file with a different file extension. If you change the extension to' zip' you can simply extract the contents of any app. In your particular case the icons will be inside the 'res' folder in one of the folders that have 'drawable' in their names. They're standard ...


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If you start GOWidget, there are 2 lists. Installed and not installed widgets. You can install widgets from there. If you installed the Switch widget, you can add it to your homescreen tapping on a blank space and selecting GOWidget from the list. Switch should now be listed in the Installed list. Obviously Go Launcher EX has to be installed, it cannot just ...


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As you mention GO Launcher EX as your target launcher, you are lucky: There's a complete description on how to migrate your screens, which you can find at AddictiveTips. Basically, this involves an app called Desk Migrate, which claims to copy home screens from one launcher to another launcher. According to the linked article, it seems do do a nice job. ...


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The only way I've found is from the ugly old Carousel. I keep a link to it accessible on my new launcher and go there to open a book or document. It's not as graceful as, say, a direct link to the book, but it works.


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Is your widget application installed to the SD card? If yes, then that is the problem. When the phone reboots, it takes a few minutes for the SD card to get loaded. This causes an issue for any widgets that are not installed to the internal memory as they aren't available when the phone first boots up, causing them to not load. So, please verify the widget ...


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It has nothing to do with what app you are using – on Android the screenshot key-combination works globally, no matter if you are on your homescreen, in the settings, or in a game. However, the global key-combination can vary from device to device, depending how the manufacturer implemented it. Like you mentioned: Normally that combination would be ...


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The "Insufficient memory" error is triggered when internal memory drops below the 25 MB limit. Though you initially might have 25 NB free, after the download (which happens to be stored in internal memory, in /data/local to be more precise) you've already dropped below 20 MB -- so the error is triggered before the installer itself can start the installation, ...


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Welcome to the club -- it's from the launcher, I've got that one as well since about that time. As GoLauncher also started spamming my notification area, I used LBE to forbid it going to the network, which worked fine -- but the XMas stuff stuck since then. So, common issue: GoLauncher not going to the net (I forbid it, and you don't have network connection ...



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