I'm looking to clean up my home screens a little and would like to be able to create one on-screen folder or widget that can hold multiple other widgets for quick access and easy launch. Specifically, I have quite a few ColorNote files that I need quick access too, but don't necessarily want clogging up my home screen. I'm hoping there's something out there - either a folder organizer, launcher, or widget that can do this for me.
I currently use GoLauncher and FolderOrganizer on my SG Note.
Suppose that into images folder I have several subfolders, say 25. I would like a way to display in Gallery say 2 folders, with the pictures that I desire into each one, without having to physically moving the pictures (because for example each subfolder corresponds to a month, like nokia does: 201201, 201202, etc.)
Is there an application that will allow you to browse to a folder on your phone/SD care and view the photos inside? If it were on a linux PC I would be installing GThumb, on windows ACDSEE. I have tried Photo Burst. It crashes and I had to reset the phone. I have tried Picture Viewer but the latest version does not pan at all. The only way to do something like this with the stock viewer is to have all your photos in the root of the sdcard in folders or within download. Not really the neatest way of doing this.
I have multiple view. But for systematic distribution of views (.xml files inside layout folder). I would like to have different packages (/folders) inside Layout. Is It possible. @Attached : Screen shot. IF that is possible, is the following statement correct ?. If Not whats the solution?
I was wondering if there was a way to link to standard go launcher folders to save the need for a separate folder app. So far I cant find them when I try to put a shortcut to them in programs like swipepad.
I'm just now getting around to trying to add some custom notification sounds, and ring tones I've made myself.Problem is there are no set folders on my SD card for ring tones, notifications or photos like I've had on other phones in the past.So, can someone tell me what folders I should make to put things in their appropriate place and have them actually show up on the phone?I tried just dragging and dropping a few small mp3 files I want to use as notification sounds directly onto the SD card but that didn't work. I'm at a loss for what folders to add and name.
How do you create a new folder in the stock mail widget? i have a couple of e mails i want to save on my phone but the only folders it will let me put them in is trash, draft, or in box. how do i create a folder and put e mails into them?
Is there a way I can hide pictures or create new folders to put personal pictures in and hide that? You know when you let someone look at your phone to see pictures is there a way I can have a spot to have my personal pictures I do not want people to see or hide them? I tried creating a new folder cant figure it out.
I have a few folders that I have created on my home screens to consolidate some apps (i.e. navagation apps, shopping apps, music apps, tools, etc). I'm wanting to know if its possible to change the folder icon to something else WITHOUT using a home replacement, I'm not ready to give up sence yet.
I'm sure I'm not the only one with naughty pics of my girl friend or other girls on my phone that I don't want the girl friend, other girls, or friends and people in general to see...
Is there a way to put these files in a secure/passwored folder on the SD card that the "Albums" or any other video/pic app can't access? Besides keeping my phone locked, I don't want someone accidently flicking through the photo album and stumble upon these. Also I noticed even switching the Wallpaper shows all the pics on the phone.
I have an idea of an app called "Stash" where you can move any files (maybe even contacts/texts) to a particular place on the SD card that the phone can not find.
I am trying to play a video in android emulator I have the video in my assets folder as well as the raw folder.But after doing some research still i cant play video in my emulator.i am working on android 2.1 My video format is mp4 so i don't think that should be a problem.Could anyone just give me an example code so that i can understand a bit more?The problem is that the VideoView that I need to display the Video will take only a URI or a File path to point to the Video.If I save the video in the raw or assets folder I can only get an input stream or a file descriptor and it seems nothing of that can be used to initialize the VideoView.
I am working on some a application where I have to update some files present in assets / raw folder runtime from some http location.Can anyone help me to by sharing how to write files in assets or raw folder programmatically?
I created two new folders in the home, then attempted to "drag" one folder into the other.. but it wont let me... is it possible? also, when creating a folder in the home, i tried using astro file manager to find that folder I made but couldn't find it... where is it? or is there another way to create a folder in the SD card?