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    Motorola Xoom Applications Folder

    Is it possible to create a folder to show on any of the home screens where you can collect various applications (e.g., all games, for example)? If so, how do you do this? Thanks in advance.
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    You can make a folder.

    I know there's a folder that contains the stock homescreens.

    Just plug it into your computer and treat it like a usb drive. Can drag and drop files, make folders, delete, etc.
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    Motorola Xoom Applications Folder

    dezymond -- thanks for the response. I suppose I'm still an idiot. I accessed the internal storage of the Xoom throught the USB, and created a Games folder on the Xoom. It worried me some that the pre-existing folders (Alarms, DCIM, Movies, Music, etc.) contained files, but did not appear on any of the screens of the tablet. Sure enough, when I disconnected the Xoom, neither the created Games folder, nor any of the pre-existing folders, appeared anywhere for me to access them. I assume they are all there somewhere, but I can't seem to find them, and therefore make them visible on any of the five "home screens". Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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    Search for "Apps Organizer" in the market. Its exactly what your looking for.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pistacio View Post
    Search for "Apps Organizer" in the market. Its exactly what your looking for.....

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    Second that! I use it with SwipeApp.

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    Now with ICS, just drag your apps from the app drawer and place them on top of each other to create folders on your home screen.

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