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leewclark
Posts: 22
Registered: ‎12-11-2012
My Device: Z 10
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Hiding Apps

On the Torch 9850 you could hide apps so you could enjoy your wall paper.  Is there a way to hide apps on the Z 10 so I can enjoy my wall paper?

JSanders
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Re: Hiding Apps

Nope.

 

 




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zeyadq8
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Re: Hiding Apps

best is to creat a junk folder and place apps that you dont use

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Re: Hiding Apps


zeyadq8 wrote:

best is to creat a junk folder and place apps that you dont use


I've suggested that in many other threads to users, but in this case the user wants it hidden so he can see his wallpaper... even a junk app folder still shows and can't be hidden. I guess that would mean less icons on the screen.

 

 




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leewclark
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Registered: ‎12-11-2012
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Re: Hiding Apps

That is a very good Idea.  I may try that.  It may allow me to have a better app arrangement.

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Re: Hiding Apps

It is what I do for some of what I consider the junk apps, like the carrier pushed apps I don't and won't use, I create a folder named "Junk" and move those apps in there and then move that folder to my last panel.




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