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Android 2.1 to 3.2 = Press on your screen where you want to place the widget, then select the widget you want to put on, and then adjust where you want!
Android 4.0 + = menu of applications, there are two tabs the first second Applications Widgets, select widgets and search for the desired widget, then hold the widget and drag it wherever you want!
Dragons or dragos (Greek drakon, δράκων) are creatures found in the mythology of many different peoples and civilizations. Animals are represented as large, typically reptilian in appearance (like huge lizards or snakes), often with wings, feathers, magic powers or fire breath. The word dragon originates from the Greek word drakon, used to define big snakes.
In many myths they are presented literally as large snakes, even as they were most of the early mythological dragons, and their formations chimeric most common. The existing variety of dragons in stories and myths is huge, encompassing creatures far more diverse. Despite being common presence in the folklore of peoples as far away as China or Europe, the dragons take, in every culture, a function and a different symbolism, can be sources of supernatural wisdom and strength, or simply destructive beasts.
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