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You need a dedicated app to customize your home screen in style! This is the definitive version of the dress-up app that has all the dress-up materials!
This video below explains How to set widgets, how to resize widget, how to replace widgets.
You can change the size of a widget after it is added to the home screen.
1. On the home screen, press and hold the widget you want to resize. (In some device, you need to move it left and right after press and hold it)
2. A line to adjust the size will appear, so move it as you like.
In some home apps, the line to adjust the size may not appear until you move the widget, so if it does not appear, try moving the widget itself!
I explain how it actually works starting at the 0:16 second mark of the following video!
Basically, the widget setting space itself can be replaced by overwriting the data.
For example, the first you set the calendar widget to the #1 in small widget setting space, but you can easily replace it with a clock widget by overwriting it!
Please watch the widget’s instructional video from the beginning to get know more about this convenience feature
There might be a bug in the home app you're using. Please switch to the default home app for your device.
Docomo UX live
(For Docomo devices, Docomo UX live is the default setting, but there have been multiple bug reports related to widgets.)
1.Go to "Settings" > "Apps"
2.Choose "Select default app" (it might also be labeled "Default app")
3.Tap "Home app" and if the currently selected app is "Docomo UX live", you'll need to switch to a different app.
The following default home apps have been confirmed to work without any issues:
-Nova Launcher (a free 3rd party home app)
-One UI Home (Samsung's home app)
-Pixel Launcher (Pixel's home app)
-Color OS (OPPO's home app)
-Moto App Launcher (Motorola's home app)
-MIUI Home (Xiaomi's home app)
-AQUOS Home (AQUOS's home app)
- LG Home launcher（LG's home app）
- ZTE home launcher（ZTE’s home app)
Nova Launcher is the most stable option and highly recommended! It has been confirmed to work well with WidgetClub. The free version works just fine.
If you open the WidgetClub app after restarting, the widgets should display without any issues. Unfortunately, we can't do anything about issues on the home app side, so we kindly ask for your understanding 🥲
If clock or charging widgets don't update in real-time, try the following:
1. Open the "Settings" app.
2. Tap "Apps & notifications."
3. Tap "Advanced settings."
4. Tap "Special app access."
5. Tap "Battery optimization (or power-saving feature)."
6. Tap "Not optimized apps," then select "All apps."
7. In the app list, tap "WidgetClub."
8. Choose "Don't optimize" and tap "Done."
※ The exact names may differ depending on your device, but the basic steps should be the same!
If you have an app that enables power-saving mode installed:
Please contact the app provider or consider uninstalling the app, as the solution depends on the specific app you're using.