Desire news widget not updating

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To stop this, please go to Settings (in your device, not in the app itself) and select Weather Pro.

If the weather symbols on the widget have disappeared please try removing the widget and then adding it back to the homescreen.

This should solve the problem on most devices however, all Android devices are slightly different so, if this doesn’t work, or if the widget itself has disappeared, please uninstall the app completely and then reinstall. This problem arises because you can't use the widget and App2SD simultaneously.

When extreme heat, frost, snow, storms or thunderstorms are forecast for any of your favourite locations at any point in the next three days, alerts will be shown on the forecast screen.

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This will provide you with general instructions for use whilst below we have tried to answer a few more specific questions.

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We constantly strive to provide more and more radar data and hope that one day we will be able to offer precipitation type radar for the whole of Europe.

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