M701-R Haipad -Icons disappear from home screens

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  1. S87

    S87 Senior Member

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    Occasionally the icons on my home screen(s) just disappear. Sometimes, after awhile they reappear.

    Anyone else had this happen?
     
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    Your launcher might be restarting itself after being closed by Android.
     
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    Never had this problem. I Android using LauncherPro for sometime now.
    Are you using the stock firmware?
     
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    Yes, no modifications.
     
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    I switched over to LauncherPro (Didn't know I could do this.) Far superior to the factory launcher! Thanks.
     
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    Under launcher pro settings, you can choose to keep the home screen in memory...this attempts to keep your homescreen available all the time...if you don't choose this, there is the distinct chance that from how Android manages memory, it could kill it as a process
     

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