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Delete Google calendar link on phone

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#1 MuchTooLate


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Posted 21 July 2012 - 10:46 PM

I have an HTC Sensation 4G, Android version 2.3.4. Somehow a local group's Google calendar became linked to my phone, and I cannot get delete it.

The linked calendar does NOT show up when I log into my desktop - it only shows up on my phone.

When I open Calendar, tap "Multi-calendar" at the top, it shows the linked calendar and I can press it to Uncheck the box - that makes the events stop showing up on my calendar, but it does NOT delete the calendar completely from my phone.

How do I delete the calendar completely from my phone?


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Posted 22 July 2012 - 01:27 PM

I would try this: add that calender to your desktop. Sync with your phone. Delete it on your desktop. Sync with your phone. That is how I've been able to delete weird entries that show up on my phone. But no where else.

Hopefully that works. Thats the only idea I've got. Maybe someone else has their preferred way of fixing those anomalies.

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