Well, I didn't want to do this, but here's a picture book for using folderorganizer.
(My commentary will reflect the status of popups while using DarkEdge. If you
don't use DE, then you won't have to deal with the color issues)
Open FolderOrganizer and go to the Shortcuts tab.
Press the menu key, and select "New Shortcut" option.
Scroll down and choose "FolderOrganizer Item"
Yeah, its black on black. Time to touch and feel a little. Luckily, first option is apps.
The list alphabetical. Push your finger to a spot, see what app lights up.
Estimate the position on the list, scroll down and touch again.
Repeat until you find the app you were looking for, in my case, Root Explorer.
Now the app is in the list. Click the down arrow so the popup appears.
Choose ICON so we can change it.
I'm going to show how you would select the image using Gallery. You can
navigate to the folder on your sdcard however you'd like.
Ok, now the icon should be changed in the list.
You can repeat those steps as many times as you want to change the icons
on all the apps you are planning on putting on your homescreens.
(These changes will not affect the look of the icon in the drawer)
Now lets head back to the homescreen and long press on the screen.
Choose shortcut, then choose "FolderOrganizer Item"
More color issues, scroll all the way down to the bottom and choose shortcuts.
It's the last item in the list for me and should be for you too.
Depending on how many shortcuts you set up in the app earlier, your list
length may vary. Touch and feel to find the one you want. Alphabetical order.
Look at your homescreen... you did it!
Check me out on the market. Search "pub:kovdev"
thanks again...i kept gettin stuck cuz i ddidnt know the letters were all black in the menu...
also i was jus wondering if there was a way to hide the titles under the new icons in the Mpack...im using helix 2 and ive tried to turn the option on and off and the titles still there...also tried rebooting my fone...sorry for all the Q's
Last edited by LdaSense420; 06-09-2010 at 12:57 AM.
Has anyone tried NinjaMorph to change these? I've never used it, yet.. but from what I understand it would be do-able..
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