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Access to my most important stuff in 2 moves

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by sudermatt, Dec 23, 2009.

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    no matter what I'm doing on my droid, I can get at all my most used stuff in 2 moves.

    Here's how I do it.

    Button Shortcut:
    Button Shortcut v1.0.2 Application for Android | Tools
    aLauncher:
    Button Shortcut v1.0.2 Application for Android | Tools

    Button Shortcut is a remapper of the camera button to any application. I have it opening aLaucher. aLauncher is a tabbed shortcut holder. In aLauncher I have my most used programs, my most called contacts, and my most visited websites.

    Now, no matter what I'm doing on my phone, I just press the camera button then select the program to open / contact to call / or website to open.

    its WAY better than pressing the home button, then sourcing around for the app I open all the time.

    Thought I would share this really great method of navigating on this phone.
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    customization is what makes Android great... something for everyone :)
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    I personally love "Apps Organizer".
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    other than hitting the camera button, how is it any different than creating a folder on your desktop that has all of the same things?