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    Deleted Google Search Bar, can I get it back?

    Trying to setup my new, just rooted 7015 I accidentally deleted the Google Search Bar from my home page. Yes, I drug the search bar into the trash can icon and released it by mistake. Can I get the Google bar back, if so can it be moved to the second page. I am using ADW Launcher.

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    I'm pretty sure that's a widget. Choose add in settings, choose Widgets, then choose the Google Search widget to add it to home screen. If not a widget,check the market for Google search and install.

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    On my tablet I can long click on a blank area of the home screen. A pop-up offers:
    "Add to Home Screen" and gives a list - in the list is Widgets - I click there and the next window has a long list of widgets - including "Search" which puts the search bar back on the home screen.
    I have not installed any widget manager software, but cannot say if one of the apps did.

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    Thank you, the long click worked and it is a widget. My problem now is getting this darn desktop in order and figuring out how to move things without deleting them. Thanks guys

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    Long press a widget and then drag it where you want it. To delete, drag it to the trash can.

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    Another thing I like is folders. I use five folders on the desktop, each with a dozen or so apps I find that easier than desktop clutter or using the slide out and fussing with scroll. My folders are: Puzzles, Action, Travel, Office, Tools. You can rename the folder by long clicking on it's title bar.

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    Thanks for the GREAT tips! I have learned more from this post than the past 2 nights trying to figure out what I am doing with the 7015. Something so simple sure makes you feel stupid when someone tells you how easy it is. I hope others have benefited from the tips and I am sure open for others. Thanks again.


 

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