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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by KCav, Mar 23, 2010.
Its a free app in the marketplace on your Droid. I just installed it and love it!
For some reason, I tried to load that widget and it says desktop full (which isn't) so I went this way.
You have to have a complete 1 X 4 spot free... How many icons do you have on the screen right now?? I personally have the widget set up on the screen scrolling to the left at the top... and still have room for 3 rows of icons...
Thanks! After I posted, I did a bit more reading to find out that I did need a full empty row. Once I opened up a row, it installed fine. I hope the new release adds more home pages, as I now am out of room. BTW, what is the icon that looks like a refresh icon on the widget (next to last on right of widget)?
Have you used the Market? It's in the Market. Not sure what you found on the web but that's not how apps are accessed for your phone.
It is the sync button... with this enabled it means that everything you have set up to auto-sync will continue to sync... ie facebook, gmail, google calandar...
Also if you aren't going to use another launcher like Home++ that gives you extra screens, try using folders to help clear up some space... Long press on any screen then click on folders then "new folder" then just drag and drop them into the folder. I personally have a folder set up just for games. To rename the folder from "folder" to "Games" or whatever you want. Just open up that folder and at the top tab where it says "folder" long press and then you can change the name.
All good suggestions. And if you'd like to access a large group of applications from a single icon on your phone, download appOrganizer of abcOrganizer from the market. It is essentially a "folder manager" (along with some other functionality) that allows you to select a particular icon and group a set of applications into a panel that pops up when you press the icon on your homescreen.
P.S. GDE also provides up to seven homescreens and enables you to cycle through them all in a single direction.
Thanks Liddster and jsh1120! Much appreciated!
Curvefish programs are quite awesome. I use their Silent On/Off, Brightness Level and Wi-Fi On/Off. I also use Ultra Keyboard (for my big gorilla fingers), Handcent SMS (I applied for the "gold" membership allowing me to backup SMS/MMS/Settings to my SD card and their servers which was like 8 bux) thought the program itself is totally free. I use Alfred for my SMS away messages (I bought Siesta Text, which I really liked, but it kept taking my phone out of silent mode even when not "away". I'll be looking into that later). I use Catch for my notes, AlarmDroid for my alarms, Juice Defender for my battery saver along with SetCPU and AutoKiller (using the "Aggressive" preset. I just tonight (06/01/2011) rooted my Droid 1 (version 2.2.2 build FRG83G) very quickly and hassle free. I used PDAnet to successfully tether my computer to my phone using 3G as my internet source. Also my phone is running lightning fast now!
Currently trying to find an app that will allow me to edit the icon titles and/or the icons themselves!
Any comments/questions, please feel free to contact me.
Droid 1 (A855)
If you do not have any widgets of it , That is the good way. I always go through this .