1. Security12's Avatar
    I just got a Moto G. Kinda new at this stuff but here goes

    Is there any way to create a folder of my own on my phone that I can place certain apps in? If so how do I create one? and then if I want to put any of my apps into this folder how can I do this?

    Any assistance would be appreciated

    Thank you
    06-28-2014 12:49 AM
  2. kmac940's Avatar
    Download root explorer, don't have to be rooted to use it btw, and open it to where you want the folder. Tap the plus sign and choose folder. #BOOM
    06-28-2014 01:22 AM
  3. abhibh's Avatar
    I just got a Moto G. Kinda new at this stuff but here goes

    Is there any way to create a folder of my own on my phone that I can place certain apps in? If so how do I create one? and then if I want to put any of my apps into this folder how can I do this?

    Any assistance would be appreciated

    Thank you
    You can not create a folder in app drawer but you can create a folder of apps at home screens. Just drag an app onto another app and it will create the folder. You can add other apps to the folder and rename the folder.
    usertag likes this.
    06-28-2014 03:10 AM
  4. Munnay's Avatar
    If you want to create folders in the App Drawer as well then try a different launcher (Nova, Apex etc.).

    You may have to get premium versions of these apps to create folders in the app drawer.
    06-30-2014 06:18 AM

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