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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎06-20-2008
My Device: Not Specified


Hello All,

            Can anyone give advice on how to rearrange the applications on the home screen. I currently have ones on there that i don't use as much as others and would like to set it so that I have the most used ones on the main screen, i.e. call log, email, messages and so on. Also, how to delete different applications, such as Facebook. Thanks in advance.

Posts: 19
Registered: ‎06-20-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Applications

1. Go to the full icons screen. 

2. Select the icon.

3. Press the BlackBerry menu button.

4. Select "Move" in the pop up menu.


Other related tips:

- You can also create icon subfolders, if you want to move less-frequently used icons.  

- If you are using a "Zen" theme where only 5 icons show at the left, select the bottommost icon before rearranging the icons.  The first 4 icons in the top row of this screen, is the first 4 icons that will be shown in the main Zen screen.  

- If you prefer that the BlackBerry always automatically display the maximum number of icons, go to Options->Theme and change themes to a more icon-dense theme.