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Old January 28th, 2012, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to make folders to put different apps into? Like a want a folder to keep all my games in so I have them all together and also have less screens to scroll through?

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You can do that using GO launcher, and I think other launchers offer the same function. Although there's probably a way that doesn't installing involve a whole new launcher. . .
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Old January 29th, 2012, 09:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Is there a way to make folders to put different apps into? Like a want a folder to keep all my games in so I have them all together and also have less screens to scroll through?

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You can create folders on stock home screen by pressing and holding the screen. You'll get a pop-up menu, one of the options is "Add to home screen", here you can choose "Folders", "New folder". After creating you can open it, press and hold the title section and rename it.
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Is there a way that I can do a standard reply text to send to people. I want to be able to keep it to send to clients, giving instructions on how to get to my office. It was called a template on my Nokia N 95 8gb
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For those who miss the ‘Templates’ option which were present on their previous phones. Try this work around.
Another tip for those who miss templates I would suggest that the templates you had in your older phones (like me) which were used in sms replies can now stored as memo’s. When you want to use a template to reply to a sms do this. When you are viewing the sms you want to reply to tap on the compose option seen at the bottom (the keypad will pop up on your screen, ignore it), with the cursor in compose option tap the ‘Menu’ key (left of the ‘Home’ button) then tap on the ‘Add Text’ option you will get a menu with a title ‘Add Text’ with the following options ‘Contacts’, ‘Calendar’ &, ‘Memo’.
Tap on ‘Memo’ which will take you to your memos, go the relevant one select & copy then come back to your sms & paste. That’s it you are done. You won’t miss templates. Remember it means you can DIRECTLY insert contents of your ‘Contacts’, ‘Calendar’ &, ‘Memo’ into your sms or sms replies.
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