Here’s an easy walk-through for you to easily navigate, add and delete Galaxy S20 Home screens. The Home screen houses shortcut icons of apps and system services found on your phone. The default Home screen layout of your Galaxy S20 is comprised of the Home and Apps screens. You can change this layout to Home screen only and display all apps on the Home screen. You can also add another Home screen to house relevant apps and services. This is one way of organizing apps and content on your device.
If you need help on how to get this done, I’ve laid out a step-by-step guide for you to utilize. Read on to learn how to navigate, add and delete Home screens on your new Samsung Galaxy S20.
Steps to add and delete Galaxy S20 Home screens
Time Needed : 3 minutes
Outlined below are the steps depicting the standard process of adding and deleting Home screens on the Galaxy S20 smartphone. And since this piece is primarily aimed at helping Android newbies, I’ve also included individual screenshots as visual aids.
- Go to the Home screen then place your two fingers on the screen and pinch in.
This gesture will launch editable Home screen panels.
- Next, swipe to then tap the Plus sign panel.
Doing so executes adding a new Home screen command.
- Tap the Home icon at the bottom center of the display to continue.
Your new Home screen will then be visible.
- To remove a Home screen, go back to the main Home screen then place two fingers on the screen and pinch in.
This gesture will open the new Home screen panel with the delete icon/control.
- Tap the Delete icon on the top center of the new Home screen panel.
The selected Home screen will then be removed.
- After deleting the Home screen panel, tap the Home icon at the bottom of the display.
Doing so will save or apply the recent changes you've made to your Home screen.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0
- Galaxy S20
Repeat the same steps to add or delete another Home screen on your Galaxy S20. If you’ve already created multiple Home screens, you can assign the default Home screen according to your preferences. A separate guide on how to change the default Home screen is also available for further reference.
And that’s how you manage your Galaxy S20 Home screens. Please keep posted for more comprehensive guides, tips, and tricks on how to make the most of your Samsung Galaxy S20 and other new Galaxy devices.
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