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I downloaded the QuickShortcutMaker but when i search I can't find "roaming dual clock"? I only get the "clock", can anyone please help..
U can just use the search bar above the menu. Its easier. =)
 
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Wow, that seems like alot of work. This is what I did... not sure if it gives the same effect, but works for me on a F400L

Settings > Global roaming > Roaming Time Settings > Use roaming dual-clock (untick this)
that's the direct path a lot of people couldnt find, the shortcut maker makes it more obvious to show
 
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Hello guys, thanks for the solution on how to remove the dual clock the app works perfectly I can finally remove it. Now I have another question, if you have the korean version or the 400s versions, if you go to your calendar app you will see that you have some korean holidays, I haven't been able to find how to remove those, i went to account and sync and I cannot remove korean holidays. So I went to QuickShortcutMaker app, under activities I clicked on calendar and went to setting, I unchecked korean holidays but when I go back the app crashes. Is there any other way to remove that??

I appreciate it. DONT WANT TO SEE THOSE KOREAN LETTERS!!!!!
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