Little help for the new guy?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global' started by jharveyjr54, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. jharveyjr54

    jharveyjr54 New Member

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    Ok so I just got my droid 2 global 5 days ago. I'm going to describe what I did as best i can. I was looking at a picture through the installed gallery widget. I'm calling it a widget, it might not be, on a stock phone you slide the screen to the right 2 times and you can call up your photo gallery. I thought I was deleting the picture I was viewing and I actually deleted the widget. I'd like to get it back. Does anyone know where I can find it? Thank you for your help.
     
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    Long press your home screen and select widgets from the list. From there select picture frame plus.
     
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    Must be one of the blur widgets. Long press on the screen select "Motorola widgets". Should be either Picture frame or Picture frame plus - just try them and see which one is it.

    edit: Castro beat me with seconds :)
     
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    When I click on either one it just opens up my photo gallery,it doesn't add it back to the home screen.
     
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    choose any picture and it will add the widget to the home screen.
     
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    MONEY! Thanks that was great. Thanks for the help, both of you, and Happy Holiday!
     
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    No problem!! Happy Holidays!!
     
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    ok app if you have a nice pictue, but takes up too much space so you wont be able to add more apps/widgets with this in place.
     
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    I had the original droid I bought second hand but after 2 months the touch screen died in certain places, I only ever installed one widget and seemed to have problems with it once I finally installed it. Seems like this droid can do a bit more though, is there a guideline for an approximate number of widgets/apps you can install? I know it's based on the amount of memory they use and they all use different amounts of memory so there's no real number, but a ballpark guesstimate maybe?