KWGT is a popular custom widget-maker app. It helps you create custom widgets for your Android phone. In today’s blog, we’ll show you how to fix a common error that is seen while using KWGT: “No such file or directory”.
About the Import preset error
KWGT is a popular app among Android customization enthusiasts to create stunning widgets for your home screen. But while importing a custom or third-party preset into KWGT, a lot of people see an error as below: “No such file or directory.”
Let’s see how we can fix this error.
How to fix
Step 1: Clear data
Long press the KWGT app and go to App Info > Storage Usage > Clear data. This will clear all the existing settings, files, accounts and databases of the KWGT app.
Step 2: Delete Kustom folder
Go to File manager and delete a folder named “Kustom”.
Step 3: Add a KWGT widget to Home screen
Customize home screen by adding a KWGT Kustom widget.
Click on the new widget.
KWGT will now ask for permission to access different settings of your phone. Give all permissions asked by KWGT app by pressing “Allow”.
Step 4: Create a sample widget
DO NOT click on “Import” first. Click on “+ Create” and create a random dummy widget.
For example, I add a shape inside it.
Step 5: Export preset
Click on the top left menu icon with three horizontal bars. Click on “Export Preset”.
Type any random title and description and click Export.
Step 6: Remove the dummy widget
Go back to the Home screen and just remove the dummy widget you created.
Step 7: Import preset error solved!
That’s it! Your “Import Preset” error is solved now.
Try adding a Kustom widget and importing a preset now – it should work properly this time.
Watch the fix in Hindi
You can watch the same fix in the video from our YouTube channel here.
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