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Go to the Total Launcher Options screen, then select Behavior. Towards the bottom is a checkbox to Use US customary units.


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I am the developer of Bubble Cloud Widgets. I tried, and it is fully compatible with Smart Task Launcher, but you have to invoke the special "Widget Measure Mode", since STL doesn't report the widget size correctly. Here, I shot a video for you: https://youtu.be/UYsoU-xwqkI This is my blog entry on this subject: https://plus.google.com/...


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tl;dr It seems this is an issue specific to some Samsung Galaxy S-series devices running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. There's nothing we can't do other than waiting for update from Samsung (if it's really a bug). I believe it's either a bug, or Samsung's decision to remove "Direct Message" widget (for unknown reason) from their Contacts app. There were some ...


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This happened to me quite time ago. Make sure you're not using Greenify or some other app to hibernate your apps. If you hibernate those apps then they won't be able to update because they are not running in the background Clear the cache and the data for the widget apps in the settings and also for the launcher you're using. Set them up again and they ...


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Check Settings->Privacy and Security->Location->Search method->Select WiFi and mobile networks. It's there, just named differently because you don't need GPS for location and may choose to disable that feature completely.


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This Widget is normally the google searchbar. If it is missing - the chances are high that you've removed the Google application from your phone. The missing widget can't be found and the empty box with the error message appears as we can see in your screenshot. Luckily you are running cyanogenmod which lets you hide this widget from the recent apps screen....


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While looking for a way to achieve the objective using Tasker I stumbled across the app named Popup Widget 2 (paid) on a subreddit. It does the job smoothly and I've given a use-case of it. Usage Install that app and launch it. Tap + → choose a widget available there which you want to launch from a shortcut → Create. You may leave all the ...


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The same thing happened to me and here's what worked: Go to Application Manager and keep rolling right until you get to the "Turned Off" header. My Google Search was there. I simply had to turn it back on and then it appeared back in the widget options and I was able to pick it up from there and move it to the home screen.


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If your device is rooted and you're using the XPosed framework, the Deny Location Consent might be what you're looking for: Disable the annoying "Improve location accuracy?" dialog and always disagree.


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Yandex launcher.It's free and I'm using it. It have some pretty cool features and nice clean looking. Its fast and can put widgets inside folders. this is the play store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.yandex.launcher&hl=en



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