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The menu button

To access CalenGoo’s menu, you have to tap the menu button of your phone. On Android 2.x devices, the menu button is a hardware button. Your phone should have four buttons: “Back”, “Menu”, “Search”, “Home”:

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The order of the buttons may be different on your phone. To open CalenGoo’s menu just tap the “Menu” button.

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Android 4.0 devices have no hardware buttons. Instead they have a menu button on the screen, a button with three dots:

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Just tap it to open CalenGoo’s menu.

Exceptions

Many new devices don’t have this three-dots menu button any more (e.g. new HTC and Samsung devices). Instead you have to press and hold the “Recent apps” button to open the menu:

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On the HTC One SV you even have to configure the menu button first. Please see "Can't find the menu button" on page 32 here in the User Guide of the HTC One SV:

https://support.htc.com/@api/deki/files/101848/HTC_One_SV_LTE_User_Guide.pdf

On the HTC One X you also have to configure the menu button first. Please see "Can't find the menu button" on page 32 here in the User Guide of the HTC One X:

https://support.htc.com/@api/deki/files/101848/HTC_One_X_LTE_User_Guide.pdf

On the HTC One Mini you also have to configure the menu button first. Please see "Can't find the menu button" on page 32 here in the User Guide of the HTC One Mini:

https://support.htc.com/@api/deki/files/101848/HTC_One_Mini_LTE_User_Guide.pdf

Workaround

If you cannot figure out how to open the menu on your device, there is a workaround that you can use at least for the main menu: Just do a swipe gesture with three fingers down on the main calendar screen. Then the menu should be opened. However this works only for opening the main menu, not for the menus in the other screens, e.g. the detail view or the edit view. So you should still try to find out where the menu button of your device is, maybe by contacting the support of your phone’s manufacturer.