Surely there's a way. (Calendar question)

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by Dr01d, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. Dr01d

    Dr01d Member

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    OK, this seems so straight forward but I can'r figure it out.

    How do I move on to the next month in my calendar to schedule events or view the upcoming days?




    *hangs head with embarrassment*
     
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    Just swipe your finger left or right on the screen.:)
     
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    I'm assuming you are using the stock calendar app...I have to swipe up or down to change months.
     
  4. Dr01d

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    Tyty :)

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  5. ohsototallyretro

    ohsototallyretro New Member

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    Every time I go to look at my calendar, it comes up with whatever month it is but says the year is 1969. Does this happen to anyone else?
     
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    takeshi Silver Member

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    Is your Droid set to use the network for date & time? Can you verify the date setting on your Droid?

    Settings->Date & Time
     
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    Unfortunately, not to me. 1969 was a very good year.