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Hey guys just picked up my Z1S yesterday and was wondering if I'm missing something or if it's just not possible it but is there a way to set up folders in the app drawer with the stock set-up? thanks
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Hey guys just picked up my Z1S yesterday and was wondering if I'm missing something or if it's just not possible it but is there a way to set up folders in the app drawer with the stock set-up? thanks

in app drawer u can sort apps by own order or something like this and then u can make folder.
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in app drawer u can sort apps by own order or something like this and then u can make folder.
Thanks that did, it was driving me crazy, I had tried that method in alphabetical order but it didn't work so I figured it was the same in the other configurations, go figure.
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