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Old 10-06-2006, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there any way to move an icon from the applications folder to the home screen?

else, can you assign a key to an applications so when ever you hold it down it starts the application, like speed dial but speed key.

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What provider are you with? With Cingular the default theme hides apps in the applications folder. You can change to a different theme(forget which one of the standard ones) which show the all apps on your home screen.

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I just installed the Telstra OS with the Zen theme which allows you to open apps from the keyboard...ie Browser by pressing B, Calander by pressing L etc....
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