1. HershL's Avatar
    I'm new to android BB and setting up my key2. I cannot seem to move my icons from one home screen to another.

    On my Passport and my Samsung tablet I would just press the icon until it is in edit mode and swipe it over to the next screen. When I do that now. It says it can't be moved there and I should try a different position. What am I doing wrong?
    12-09-18 04:40 PM
  2. Bracken81's Avatar
    pull it out of the tray then to the right edge of the screen?
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    12-09-18 05:00 PM
  3. HershL's Avatar
    ahhhhhh, I see it just requires patience. I need to hold it at the edge until a white bar shows up. Weird! Thanks for confirming it is supposed to work the way I thought it should, for the most part :-)
    12-09-18 06:21 PM
  4. the_boon's Avatar
    At least you can place icons exactly where you want them (and use custom icon packs), with gaps where you want them, unlike iOS and BB10 where everything has to snap back next to each other.
    12-10-18 05:07 AM
  5. Vistaus's Avatar
    At least you can place icons exactly where you want them (and use custom icon packs), with gaps where you want them, unlike iOS and BB10 where everything has to snap back next to each other.
    Although at least on BB10, you could fake gaps. No such thing possible on iOS.
    12-10-18 12:07 PM

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