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This is a bit dirty solution, but gets the job done. Note: Tested the solution on Android 4.2.1 having default Android launcher and Smart Launcher Pro. Requirements: Device should be rooted I'm assuming: Your timing for work (i.e. coming and leaving the office) are more or less same for working days. Let's say the timing is 10:OO AM - 06:00 PM, and ...


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Any solution you find will require root, due to Android's security limitations (3rd-party apps cannot change the default action for intents). http://www.reddit.com/r/tasker/comments/11swoq/how_to_use_tasker_to_swap_between_launchers/ looks promising, I'll summarise it quickly here. Requirements: Tasker Secure Settings A second launcher installed Root ...


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if your android has search button then you are lucky first hard reset your android(learn how to hard reset your mobile) after the mobile started running hit search button and search the app 'settings' then turn bluetooth on and select discoverable or visible then share any launcher (like smart launcher) from other android to your mobile then install it and ...


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Motorola devices are mostly loaded with a very basic Android build with minimum customization. The launcher which they provide is also very basic and light weighted and do have a lot of features. So if you are looking for customizing your home screens then you are not going to find any option in their default launcher. You need to get a launcher from the ...


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I found two approaches through a quick Google search: No Root access required: Google Launcher doesn't offer any feature to change or hide an app icon. The compromise is to use altogether a different launcher such as Nova Launcher (mentioned by peter.zm), Action Launcher 3, etc. I personally prefer SmartLauncher 2 app. You tap and hold the app, choose hide ...


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In NOVA launcher it is simple. Settings / Menu / Hide applications This will hide it in the app drawer.


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The launcher usually is considered to be the homescreens and app drawer, and they come in all sorts of flavors and designs. When you hear people talk about "stock" Android, this usually is what they're referring to -- homescreens and app drawer unchanged from what Google includes in the open-sourced code.


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A launcher, in simple terms, is an interface for your home screen; it determines the appearance of it, if you like. If you were to install a 3rd party launcher (Nova is quite common), it would not run on TouchWiz, nor would it uninstall it. If you do install a new launcher and want to go back to using TouchWiz, it's just a simple matter of tweaking a few ...



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