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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add, Delete and Move Shortcut on Home Screen

In Samsung Galaxy SIII, you can add apps or widgets you wish to use then place them on your Home screen or delete some of them if you no longer need them. You can do all these things with ease.

See also: How to Add and Delete Applications or Widgets on Samsung Galaxy S3 Home Screen

Fortunately, here you can also organize display shortcut with ease. You can add the new shortcut you wish to use, delete shortcut and move their position wherever you want.


How to add, delete and move shortcut?
You can do all these things by following the steps listed below:
  1. To add new shortcut:
    • Go to Apps through Home screen.
    • Tap and hold the required shortcut you wish to add to the Home screen.
    • Drag shortcut to the required position, release for placing it.
  2. To delete shortcut, tap and hold the required shortcut you wish to delete then drag the shortcut to the Delete icon. Release when you finish.
  3. To move shortcut, tap and hold the required shortcut you wish to move then drag the shortcut to the required position. Release for placing it.

It's so easy and simple to do. By knowing on how to organize display shortcut, now you can add a useful shortcut, delete shortcut and move them to the position you like. So, try this then share your experience here through the comment here :)

Comments

  1. This is only for apps and widgets. I used to have the call forwarding shortcut on my homescreen, but after the latest release it was removed. Now I have to drill down into three menus (before it was just one) to set up call forwarding, and cannot shortcut it to my homescreen.
    I use the call forward at least once a day, sometimes twice, now I'm spending an inordinate amount of time doing it. PLEASE HELP.

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    1. Hi Edward Korotasz,
      Thanks for coming.
      I only know two possible ways that you can do to solve this problem.
      1. Use another launcher, such as Nova launcher. This launcher has the ability to add any shortcut to the Home screen.
      2. Use app called Eazy Redirect app. This app will act as a widget that provides 1 click for call forwarding.
      Finally, let me know if one of them is works for you :)

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