Set Weather Location on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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    In order to start to set the home city for Weather, we need our phone unlocked.
    We should be on the home screen with the Weather widget.
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    We can press the home button if we need to access the home screen from another part of the phone.
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    Now, what we will do is tap on the little plus Weather icon next to the clock.
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    Once we tap that, we'll be given the option to use our current location.
    We can agree or disagree with this. In this case, we're going to tap on "AGREE". Once we tap on "AGREE", the phone will begin to search for various cities and options that are near us or are tagged with our current location. In this case, Tbilisi has been found as the current location and has been set as the current city.
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    Once the location has been found, we can simply press the home button.
    We will go back to our home screen. In this video, the weather for Tbilisi will be shown. There will be the information on the last weather update.
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This concludes our tutorial on how to set your home city for Weather on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. If you have additional questions, comments, or suggestions, please leave them in the section below. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!

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Questions and Answers

My phone does not display weather?

I'm trying to set New Orleans as my home location and I do not have the weather icon on my home screen. I have tried: Everything. I think it was caused by: This Samsung SUCKS!!!

  1. 1
    Find a spot on one of your home screens that is vacant and tap and hold it or pinch it.
    The home screen will zoom out.
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    Tap on "Widgets".
    You can scroll left and right to find "Weather".
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    Tap and hold "Weather" and drag it on a vacant spot on a home screen.
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How to have the weather location up and running again?

My icon is not showing anymore even though I've switched the location button on. What should I do ?!

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