Creating folders

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  1. Luckett

    Luckett iPF Noob

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    Trying to create folders to clean up my apps and can't find where to do that thx:)
     
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    Superbike81 iPad Addict

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    Tap and hold one of your icons until they all start wiggling.

    Then drag one icon onto another, it will create a folder. You can later rename that folder whatever you want.
     
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    Hold on to the app until it wiggles, then drag it over to another app (it's like stacking them). A folder will be able to hold 20 apps.

    For more tips on the ios4.2.1 hit the bookmark on safari and scroll down. Look for the ipad manual.

    Happy New Year!
     
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    accordlayingkit iPad Enthusiast

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    can i do something like that if i wanna create more folders within the "photo" app that came with the ipad?
     
  5. Luckett

    Luckett iPF Noob

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    thanks not sure if im doing something wrong when they wiggle and i try to stack them the bottom icon just moves out of the way urgh!
     
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    Have you upgraded to the latest operating system? Plug in the iPad, go into iTunes and click "check for updates"

    You can only do the folders on the latest version.
     
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    Also, if you DO have iOS 4.2 and your folders/icons are on the corners, they make keep trying to slip away. I don't know why. To solve it, I just move the icon/folder so they aren't on the corners.

    Marilyn
     

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