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Weather widget with Nova and kitkat

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By moxon345, Junior Member on 1st April 2014, 12:08 PM
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Hi everyone is there any way I can use lg g2 weather widget with nova launcher on official lg g2 kitkat? I don't want to use lg stock launcher.
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1st April 2014, 12:15 PM |#2  
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Hi everyone is there any way I can use lg g2 weather widget with nova launcher on official lg g2 kitkat? I don't want to use lg stock launcher.
Many thanks.

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All lg stock widget working with lg launcher only.
you can't use any widget with other launcher .
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All lg stock widget working with lg launcher only.
you can't use any widget with other launcher .

Tasks widget, Notebook Widget , Music Widget , FM Radio Widget, Flashlight Widget all works.

World clock Widget, Weather Widget, Memo Widget, Clock Widget do not work.
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Tasks widget, Notebook Widget , Music Widget , FM Radio Widget, Flashlight Widget all works.

World clock Widget, Weather Widget, Memo Widget, Clock Widget do not work.

Wait what.. We have FM radio on our phones? Do I need to plug in my earphones to have this show up?

Posting from my LG G2 while driving an Evo IX.
3rd April 2014, 04:46 AM |#5  
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Wait what.. We have FM radio on our phones? Do I need to plug in my earphones to have this show up?

Posting from my LG G2 while driving an Evo IX.

Yep, headphones are the antenna. App should be in the app drawer. If you try opening it without the headphones plugged in it'll ask you to connect them.
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Yep, headphones are the antenna. App should be in the app drawer. If you try opening it without the headphones plugged in it'll ask you to connect them.


Is this the international version? I'm on the T-Mobile version and I don't see an FM radio app.
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Is this the international version? I'm on the T-Mobile version and I don't see an FM radio app.

Yes mine is the international version, sorry I didn't know you were using the T-Mobile version. After doing some reading it would seem that the US carriers have either disabled the feature, or LG didn't include the hardware for their devices in production. Some Sprint users have reported success using the NextRado app from the play store with data turned off, but that may have been under JB (4.2.2).

There's a old thread about it here... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2464923
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Yes mine is the international version, sorry I didn't know you were using the T-Mobile version. After doing some reading it would seem that the US carriers have either disabled the feature, or LG didn't include the hardware for their devices in production. Some Sprint users have reported success using the NextRado app from the play store with data turned off, but that may have been under JB (4.2.2).

There's a old thread about it here... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2464923

That's very interesting. Thank you for the link.

Posting from my LG G2 while driving an Evo IX.
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