08-15-2012 07:10 AM
- Ok so heres a semi-stupid question..
Lat week I has on the phone got aggravated and somehow deleted my apps button on the home screen. 1st I freaked but realized I had Nova so I restored my screens and it was back.
So heres the stupid part, what if I did not have Nova how would I restore that button? I am unlocked and rooted if that matters.08-13-2012 08:16 PM
Not sure on the stock launcher method.
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So, if you ARE using a "stock" Launcher (as your original question asks) it cannot be removed.
If you're using a custom ROM (as your later post hypothesized) and not the "stock" Launcher, there's always a way to get it back either by adding the shortcut back or through the ROM settings. Or as you did with Nova - restore a backup (though as already stated with Nova you can add it back without restoring).
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- Ok sorry I did not include all the info on my first post... but I did say I was using Nova and was unlocked and rooted, just omitted the custom rom on the phone.
So how do you add the short cut again I found no way to add a short cut in the rom settings. Is there a "stock" way of restoring the apps button in the dock?08-15-2012 06:25 AM
- @ Xanth269:
- If you're using the stock Launcher - you can't delete it to begin with
- If you're using Nova Launcher - long-press a blank area on a screen--> tap "Nova Actions"--> tap "App Drawer"--> drag that icon into the Dock
- If you're using a custom Launcher included with a ROM - depends on the ROM but typically it's somewhere with the ROM's settings. If not, then it's likely a similar method to Nova Launcher as I described above within this post
Hope that helped.
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