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Old 01-07-2006, 09:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't think I have seen this question posted yet. If it has been, please forgive the repost.

How does one move an icon from a sub-folder, i.e. Applications, to the main screen? I want to move the Bluetooth connect, PocketDay and trackIT icons so I can hit them from the main screen, rather than having to go to the Applications and Setup folders, but can't figure it out.

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Asked and answered many times.

You can not move icons from a sub folder to the top level. I used one of the other themes (available from mobile.blackberry.com) which show all icons on one menu and do not use submenus.
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Asked and answered many times.

You can not move icons from a sub folder to the top level. I used one of the other themes (available from mobile.blackberry.com) which show all icons on one menu and do not use submenus.

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