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Cannot enable calendar on Sony Ericsson XPeria X10

Posted on 2010-09-14
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Hello,

i have on Sony Ericsson XPeria X10 and i cannot enable the calendar.

In the manual it says that i must enable Google Calendar.

When i go to Calendar it gives me no options.

Can someone help me on this ?
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Question by:ctriada
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by:aburr
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The following link might help you activate the Google Calendar
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I guess the link did not go through. Here it is again
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Google Calendar

Never forget another event. Get event reminders via email or have text messages sent right to your mobile phone. Learn more about Google Calendar ยป ...

www.google.com/calendar/ - Similar

    * Getting started with Google Calendar ...
    * Learn more about Google Calendar
    * Sync Option
    * Sync with Microsoft Outlook

    * Sync
    * Create a to-do list
    * Calendar Data API
    * Get Organised
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by:ctriada
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Dear aburr,
i have already found the link on Google Calendar but i cannot enable it.
Also there is another option to sync with Sony Site.
Does anyone has an XPeria X10 and have test those things ?
Thanks
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by:ctriada
ID: 33815167
I have made my last question but it seems that noneone has test those thinks i am asking !
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