- Assume that a folder F1 has ABC app icons (shortcuts) in it.
- Another folder F2 has XYZ app icons in it.
- The default launcher in COS12 doesn't allow inclusion of more than 16 icons in a single folder.
- Neither it provides the option to include one folder (F2) into another one (F1) so that the included folder (F2) would show up as a normal icon in F1 amongst other ABC icons, but when touched, would show its XYZ icons, hence achieving the proper nesting.
How do I achieve this folder nesting in Lollipop?
I've found that Folder Organizer can do the job but it hasn't been ported to Lollipop's Material design. Result, your host folder looks in sync with rest of the UI (white background, smooth font) but the nested folder gives you a somewhat black background with not so smooth or crisp font. It also doesn't respect the current theme in place. Pretty much a weird combination in hand.
I believe Tasker's scenes can do this but I would like to have consistency between folders when it comes to their appearance.
I've a OnePlus One running rooted Cyanogen OS 12 with Xposed Framework installed.