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I own a Samsung Nexus S and Yesterday I was able to upgrade to Android 4.0.4. When I upgraded, I saw that Google had created an app drawer full of Google apps, and it has the Word Google underneath it. I know it is possible to create app drawers by dragging app shortcuts on top of one another, but is there a way to give an app drawer a name the way Google has done with the Google drawer?

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If it's done like on the Galaxy Nexus, just open the folder, tap the text Unnamed folder and write your own label :)

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You know, I didn't see the text at the bottom of the expanded drawer until you said that. Thanks! – Brendon Dugan Apr 12 '12 at 18:22
Yeah, took me about a week to notice it :) Glad to help! – onik Apr 12 '12 at 18:28

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