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Old 02-03-2006, 03:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Any way to make a subfolder for a couple of apps on my BB's main screen?

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I want to create a subfolder or two on my 7250 (OS 4.0.2) in order to filter out my games from the main screen - is there either a way to do this with the RIM software or with a 3rd party app?

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Old 02-03-2006, 07:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I want to create a subfolder or two on my 7250 (OS 4.0.2) in order to filter out my games from the main screen - is there either a way to do this with the RIM software or with a 3rd party app?

TIA
BlackBerry handheld software does not operate like a hierarchy file system (Windows). BlackBerry's are module based so there is no way you could house several applications (modules) "within" a another module. To the best of my knowledge this would require an additional layer to OS. (ie: Module 1 which would house Module(s) A, Module(s) B).
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Old 02-03-2006, 09:21 AM   #3 (permalink)
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You can have folders on a BB (try installing the Vodafone theme), however you can't create or add folders or even control what goes in or out of the folder. It would be a nice feature for those who have a bunch of icons on the ribbon.
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You can have folders on a BB (try installing the Vodafone theme), however you can't create or add folders or even control what goes in or out of the folder. It would be a nice feature for those who have a bunch of icons on the ribbon.
It may "look" like you have folders but they do not operate as such, in a traditional sense.

This would be pretty sweet though.
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