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Old 09-02-2010, 04:15 PM
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Move apps into correct folder

Ok, so I managed to Unlock my phone, flash tons of Roms, grasp the basics of XDA_UC, and have finally taken the plunge to OC my phone! Life is good....but I still haven't quite figured out how to move installed cabs from the start menu into their proper folders. Any help on on this seemingly basic but apparently overlooked piece of knowledge?
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Ok, so I managed to Unlock my phone, flash tons of Roms, grasp the basics of XDA_UC, and have finally taken the plunge to OC my phone! Life is good....but I still haven't quite figured out how to move installed cabs from the start menu into their proper folders. Any help on on this seemingly basic but apparently overlooked piece of knowledge?
I messed with UC for a little while, but found that Sashimi was much easier. Especially for what you are trying to do.

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Hi, I also like keeping that organization.
Open "File Explorer" (or so) and browse to:
\my Device \Windows \Start Menu \Programs
in this folder you'll see that desired link icons you want to move so, select it and cut it to desired folder - i.e. you have CleanRam and want to move it to tools, using File Explorer follow all the steps and keep pressing its icon until the menu pops up, then select Cut, open the Tools folder and press Menu \Edit \ Paste!
Very simple
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Hi, I also like keeping that organization.
Open "File Explorer" (or so) and browse to:
\my Device \Windows \Start Menu \Programs
in this folder you'll see that desired link icons you want to move so, select it and cut it to desired folder - i.e. you have CleanRam and want to move it to tools, using File Explorer follow all the steps and keep pressing its icon until the menu pops up, then select Cut, open the Tools folder and press Menu \Edit \ Paste!
Very simple

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