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Shemmy

Samsung Calendar from i8000

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For anyone who keeps the Samsung Calendar in their ROMs, I'd suggest replacing the exe file with the one I've linked. It's from the i8000 (I turned the .cab in the repo into an OEM, and pulled out the .exe) The only difference I've noticed (and this is why I suggest it) is that the agenda view actually gives you multiple days, unlike the version on our i920 which only gives you that day's view.

http://cid-ef22299dae3bd4b1.skydrive.live....ic/tcalendar.7z

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For anyone who keeps the Samsung Calendar in their ROMs, I'd suggest replacing the exe file with the one I've linked. It's from the i8000 (I turned the .cab in the repo into an OEM, and pulled out the .exe) The only difference I've noticed (and this is why I suggest it) is that the agenda view actually gives you multiple days, unlike the version on our i920 which only gives you that day's view.

http://cid-ef22299dae3bd4b1.skydrive.live....ic/tcalendar.7z

Cool Thanks!

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Cool Thanks!

No problem. I don't know if I have the patience to try cooking again, but I do know how to find fun things to change, lol. What I've been doing is just using Resco Explorer or Total Commander to overwrite the "tcalendar.exe" file in Windows with this one.

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@Shemmy:

In case you don´t have the latest i8000 Touch Calendar:i8000 Touch Calendar JC1

Cheers,

contable

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Thanks, I'll extract it later on and re-up!

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