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Calendar function does not work - no matter what calendar app I use - when I try to imput data I get a message - You have no calendars - even the hardwired calendar gives the same message - when I go to settings- view calendars the page is blank even though when I go to manage apps - I can see the calendar storage app is prestent

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Have you sync'd any calendars in Settings/Accounts? Press on the account and make sure you have Calendars checked.

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