I just bought a Note 10 plus. Yay. It's everything I wanted it to be.... but I bought it in Vietnam and now there is a Lunar calendar below the regular date in the AOD, lock screen, and probably elsewhere. I've gone into the Samsung calendar and removed all alternate calendars. I finally got a response from an associate in Samsung Members (Samsung VN) who told me it can't be removed.
Does anyone have any insight into this? Perhaps there's some kind of backway solution (without rooting) or whether Samsung will fix this in the future? This doesn't affect the functionality of course, it's a minor hiccup on an otherwise amazing phone... but for this kind of money, it seems like a major oversight.
I bought mine (S10e) in the UK (well from a UK reseller so it could actually be from Vietnam - I don't know) and I didn't have that lunar calendar thingy on the lock screen (or anywhere else) before updating my phone to the latest version of One UI (version 2 for Android 10) this morning and now I can't get rid of it..
I did set the alternate calendar to "none" and gave my phone a reboot but it didn't change anything sadly.
If there is no way to get rid of it how can I go back to the software version my phone was running on before this morning?
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