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How can I remove icons from home screen? ICS CM10

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I've rooted, installed ICS and a custom CM 10 Rom which I am very pleased with. Especially the home page with its clean look and analogue clock. Then I downloaded and installed the NavFree app, and it's put an icon on the home page, next to the clock. How can I remove the icon or move it to another page?

I also have managed to get the icon bar showing status of Wi-fi bluetooth GPS etc on both pages 2 and 4. How do I remove one of them?

Bob

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Seriously? You need to hold the icon and slide it. That's how you move an icon.

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Yes it was a serious question. Thanks for the prompt reply, I wouldn't have discovered it myself by accident, and I've not yet found a 'How to drive a smartphone' guide. I've done what I wanted to do and won't need to ask this particular stupid question again. But I don't think it will prevent me from asking other equally stupid questions in future.

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Its just weird, you were able to upgrade to ICS, unlock the bootloader, root, and install a recovery, yet you can't move an app icon :lol:

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Its just weird, you were able to upgrade to ICS, unlock the bootloader, root, and install a recovery, yet you can't move an app icon :lol:

I use tippex.

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Its just weird, you were able to upgrade to ICS, unlock the bootloader, root, and install a recovery, yet you can't move an app icon :lol:

+1 lol

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