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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bluechip0309, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. bluechip0309

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    A newbie, I inadvertently moved a game "Lets Golf 2" into the quick links window on my home page and I can't figure out how to get rid of it. The app is non-deletable but since I stupidly moved it in there, it seems it should move out...can anyone help?:eek:
     

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    To move something into the quick links you find the app you want to move there from your Apps list and press and hold the app. You'll then be able to drag it to the quick links and replace one of the App icons that is already there.
     
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    That doesn't work for the ones in the bottom dock
     
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    It works that way on mine.
     
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    One of the first things I did was change to a 3rd party launcher I'd used on my previous phones called GO Launcher EX. It offers a lot of customization, works solid and is free. (The GO Developers offer a number of great, free apps including a texting app, keyboard app and contacts app. I recommend them.)

    The launcher features a scrolling dock bar at the bottom that will hold lots of shortcuts and is easily customized. There's also a tabbed app drawer that lets you see running apps with the remaining available memory. The appbrain.com page that describes it is here: GO Launcher EX - Android app on AppBrain
     

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