How do you create folders on the screen
New to Androids. On my Cell Phone all I have to do is hold down on the screen and a menu pops up with the option to add a Shortcut,Widget,Folder, or Wallpaper. With my TF700 all I get is the option to change the wallpaper. Can any body help.
08-17-2012 12:40 PM
Hi Machine, all you should have to do is add two or more apps to the home screen. Then long press one of the apps so that you can drag it on top of another app that you want to be in the folder. Once the first app is dragged on top of the second a folder is created containing both apps. To add more apps to the folder add them to the home screen then long press and drag them on top of the already existing folder.
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Works but it's UGLY! I don't see a way to give it a "folder" icon instead of showing as a bunch of piled up apps.