Calendar problem

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  1. Michaelb

    Michaelb New Member

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    When I put a new item in my Outlook calendar,it immedatey shows up in my droid x calendar. However, when I put an item in my droid calendar,it does not go to outlook calandar.

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    Do you have your Google calendar synced with outlook?

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  3. Michaelb

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    Google calendar was not checked on so ii checked it and still does not sinc.
    Any other suggestions, please
     
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    Everytime i try to use the go widget calendar it says that there are no suitable calendars. I used a script i got over at xda to freeze the bloatware. Is it possible that that is whats causing the problem? And if so, how do i revert that?

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    I think you hit the nail on the head!
     
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    You wouldn't happen to know how I can get the calendar back ?

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    Go into root explorer (or similar), go to system-->app, find the calender files (they are all marked calender) and rename them back to the original name. Just take off the .bak file extension.
    Reboot and you should be good to go.
    If you ran the script from xda, and chose to not use the blur files, they were renamed.

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