Its a part of the ICS operating system... long press on apps/icons from the app drawer and drag them to the home screen... from there, long press on the app icon and drag it on top of another apps icon and it will start to create folders... you can keep doing this for multiple app icons to create folders. You can also drag the icons around once inside of the folder and rename the folders to whatever you like.
Yes.. its stock.
I'm trying to delete this post. Where is the tab for delete?
I'm still tooling with it a little bit, but it's close to where I want it.
I'm using Apex Launcher, which is really great. The weather is Beautiful Widgets and the clock is UCCW, with custom actions for the calendar, alarm clock, and google search hidden in various places on the clock.
For the notification toggles I'm using Switch Pro, which is quite useful, and makes my desktop a lot cleaner.
I'm only using one screen right now until I can figure out how to port the Sense Contacts Widget, or one of comparable aesthetics and functionality over. I might also make a media page when the time comes, but I'm enjoying the minimal feel for the moment.
I tried to figure out the UCCW app, but don't understand it all/
I'm just starting to use an alternative launcher. I downloaded Nova and for some reason can not find a clock setting. I figure out our unless your phone is rooted tou have to add a clock widget which I did.Thanks :beer:
That clock that Sense puts up is just a widget too. You can add one of the included clock ones,. or there is literally a multitude of look-alikes. Beautiful Widgets is one of the more common ones. No root needed, and tons of skins to choose from, including many that look like Sense.
I found them on Google Images. They are .png files, that I sized using Photo-Shop. They are 124x124 in size.
Create a new folder called, "Icons" and drop it in your system folder "Pictures"
From there with Nova Launcher, switching out the icons is easy.
If you want them on your lock screen, you will have to change them out in the HTC Sense Launcher first. You can do this using a program called "Desktop Visualizer" from the Play Store. Desktop Visualizer
Below are following icons.
Android Blue (An alternative App Drawer Icon)
Android Green (The coolest App Drawer Icon)
Punisher Icon (Makes a great App Drawer Icon)
Text Message Icon
Let me know if this works for you, otherwise I will try and upload them in a Zip File.