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AT&T Apps in 1 folder

I have a Captivate phone.  I've read that I can create folders to put apps in for better house keeping.

 

I would like to create a folder for all the AT&T apps I will not be spending money on to use.  I understand I cannot delete these.

If possible,  how would I go about doing this?

 

Thanks,  Bill

I have a Captivate phone.  I've read that I can create folders to put apps in for better house keeping.

 

I would like to create a folder for all the AT&T apps I will not be spending money on to use.  I understand I cannot delete these.

If possible,  how would I go about doing this?

 

Thanks,  Bill

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Why not just place all of your frequently used applications on one of your seven home screens and just not look at the AT&T integrated apps? I do this and I never go into my Applications list because they're all right there available at my fingertips with the swipe of a finger from home screen to home screen.

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Why not just place all of your frequently used applications on one of your seven home screens and just not look at the AT&T integrated apps? I do this and I never go into my Applications list because they're all right there available at my fingertips with the swipe of a finger from home screen to home screen.

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Why not just place all of your frequently used applications on one of your seven home screens and just not look at the AT&T integrated apps? I do this and I never go into my Applications list because they're all right there available at my fingertips with the swipe of a finger from home screen to home screen.

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You can also drop them from the Homescreens and only time you might see them is when you are scrolling through the app drawer. I keep the applications I use most on the homescreens.

Or download a home replacement application like Launcher Pro or ADW Launcher. In the preferences of the home replacement, you can "hide" applications so they are not available in the app drawer.
Probably from mobile, maybe. Smiley Happy
You can also drop them from the Homescreens and only time you might see them is when you are scrolling through the app drawer. I keep the applications I use most on the homescreens.

Or download a home replacement application like Launcher Pro or ADW Launcher. In the preferences of the home replacement, you can "hide" applications so they are not available in the app drawer.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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I am not familiar with the Captiva phone.  On the Galaxy S2, to add a folder:

 

1) Press on a home screen and hold your finger down until a "Add to Home" menu displays on the bottom.

2) Press "Folder".

3) Press "New Folder".

4) Enter the folder name.

5) Press "Yes"

6) To move an app to the folder, press and hold on the app, then move it to the folder.

I am not familiar with the Captiva phone.  On the Galaxy S2, to add a folder:

 

1) Press on a home screen and hold your finger down until a "Add to Home" menu displays on the bottom.

2) Press "Folder".

3) Press "New Folder".

4) Enter the folder name.

5) Press "Yes"

6) To move an app to the folder, press and hold on the app, then move it to the folder.

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Thanks to all that replied.  All good ideas.

Thanks to all that replied.  All good ideas.

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You're welcome.

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