Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by bodean, Nov 6, 2009.
Thanks for this, simple but not easily found!
Here are 3 from DxTop and a custom Icon pack. One being in Landscape mode. And DxTop's screen shot function is what took these pics.
@Kyle22...Using open home you just need to download themes and font packs from the market. then in open home settings change them. I"m using Palm Pre theme (for icons) and the halo 3 font from font pack 3.
Here's a snapshot of my screens using DxTop. Still working on organizing them. the fourth screen is empty, waiting for a nice tasks widget to go on there . I'm really happy with how my home screen turned out. Order is home (with beautiful widgets and pure calendar), left, right.
Ok, dumb question but how are you guys making folders to put on your homescreen to organize your icons??
Long hold on the screen then click 'Folders' > New
I love this background.
Here are mine ... I have a Wallpaper Set + Save installed to manage the larger non-*droid size wallpapers.
Yes ... that's Tux. Seems fitting.
why the big Pandora widget? when the icon gets you to the same place.
Because when you play a song it shows all the info on the widget. It also lets you pause, fast forward, and other things.
there you go, I guess that's worth the space
I heart this thread!
And I know how to create folders on the home screen, but how do I change the name of the folder?