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    Is it possible to make folders in the app drawer on the s5? How?
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    Quote Originally Posted by count123 View Post
    Is it possible to make folders in the app drawer on the s5? How?
    Yes it is possible. Open the app drawer and on the top right is the menu button. The second choice is create folder.

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    Thanks Boss! I don't know why I didn't see that. Now if I could just get car mode disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by count123 View Post
    Thanks Boss! I don't know why I didn't see that. Now if I could just get car mode disabled.

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    Pull down notification page by swiping the screen with two fingers. Find car mode tab and deselect it.
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    just as a reminder for newbies and old farts like myself..... I had to use Google Advanced Search to find this again.


    Thanks to the following for making this thread:

    Originally Posted by count123
    Is it possible to make folders in the app drawer on the s5? How?



    Quote Originally Posted by boogas8 View Post

    Yes it is possible. Open the app drawer and on the top right is the menu button.
    The second choice is create folder.

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    In Nova Launcher, to create a folder all you do is drag an icon and drop it on top of another icon.

    Then you long press the resulting icon and give it a name. Note that the folder's icon will be the image of the very first icon that the other icons are dropped onto.

    I suggest that the folder name be in ALL CAPS.

    makes it a lot more noticeable that it is a FOLDER.

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