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Topic # 127473 11-Aug-2013 22:56
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Very new to Android.

Just bought a new Star X920 (HTC Butterfly clone). Great phone and does nearly everything you could want EXCEPT I am not able to enter any birthday info into my contacts.

I have tried several "birthday apps" from Google Play and all said they could not find any data in contacts.

When I choose "add a new field" in contacts, there is no option for birthdays. Also tried in the calendar but to no avail.

Anyone able to help please. Many thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 875540 11-Aug-2013 23:17
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Is there an option with "add a new field" to add an event?

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  Reply # 875553 11-Aug-2013 23:48
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Hi Bighammer and thanks for the welcome.

No, the "Event" field does not exist. There is only "Phonetic name", "Email", "IM", "Address", "Nickname", and "Website"

Weird aye?

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  Reply # 875998 12-Aug-2013 16:59
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It might depend to where the contact is stored. This could be on the phone, in your Google account, or elsewhere.

I was able to add an Event field to a Google contact, and could set several different types of date (birthday, anniversary, etc). For a Hotmail contact (Exchange ActiveSync) I could only add a birthday. I don't have any phone-only contacts to try with.

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