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Droids Made Simple: For the Droid, Droid X, Droid 2, and Droid 2 Global by Marziah Karch, Gary Mazo, Martin Trautschold

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Chapter 6. Organize Your Home Screen: Icons and Widgets

In this chapter, we'll look at ways to customize your Home screen. This way you're not stuck with a boring collection of apps, and you're not stuck using the screen arrangement that your DROID came with. You can customize your phone to match your personality and the way you use the device by adding and rearranging icons and widgets.

Home Screen, Sweet Home Screen

Icons on your Home screen are just shortcuts to the actual apps, so don't worry about deleting them or moving them around. You're not actually deleting the apps. Think of your Home screen as one long screen that can't be displayed all at once. Alternatively, you can think of it as a series of several pages of screens. The Home screen, ...

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