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The quick launch tray at the bottom

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by grphx, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. grphx

    grphx Member
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    How do you change out what apps are on that bottom tray? I looked all over the manual and couldn't find it.
     

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  2. ardyer

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    See Page 29 of the manual (page 34 of the PDF). It'll explain it better than I can summarize it for you.
     
  3. BigCiX

    BigCiX Well-Known Member
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    When someone finds that page can u scan it on a scanner and post it up here. Thanks team players!!!!
     
  4. skinien

    skinien Well-Known Member
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    This is from memory because I'm no longer using TouchWiz:

    Open your applications, press menu -> change the display to customizable grid. Then when you press menu again, you should have the option to "edit" the icons. From there, you can select to change the tray icons (except for the fourth icon).
     
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  5. ranmadu

    ranmadu New Member
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    From Home Screen.

    1. Touch Apps
    2. Menu Button
    3. View Type
    4. Change to Customizable Grid.
    5. Touch and drag apps at will.
     
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  6. sapv

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    I hope you are talking about the dock in the default TW Launcher that came pre-loaded with the phone. If so, here are the steps:

    1. From the dock, select Applications
    2. Once you are inside the app drawer, press the menu key (the first key on the botom of your phone)
    3. It will pop-up a sub-menu, Edit & View Type
    4. Choose Customizable grid if your phone's setting is either Alphabetical grid or list
    5. Hit Menu again to bring up the sub-menu, choose Edit
    6. Now, you will see all apps inside the app drawer and three out of four apps on the drawer getting highlighted or selected
    7. You can choose whatever app you want from the drawer and pull it to the dock.
    Remember, you cannot remove the fourth app (Home/Applications).

    Hope this helps
     
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