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Subfolders in Menu
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If you have already tried it, you know it's not possible to have a folder inside another in phone's menu, because there's no 'Move to folder' option if you highlight a folder.But now, All the history is different...

NOTE: FOR THIS YOU NEED SOFTWARE/APPLICATION LIKE FEXPLORER OR XPLORE AND PLEASE IF YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT THEN JUST LEAVE IT.

1- Open your phone's menu and highlight the folder you want to put inside another folder
2- Press Options-Move and press 1 to move the folder to the first position in menu
3- Open some file explorer like FEXPLORER/XPLORE , and go to !:\system\apps\ , where ! is the drive you have some application installed: C for the phone or E for the card
4- Highlight a folder, and rename it to anything else than its original name.
5- Immediatelyperform this sequence as fast as you can:

press Menu key, highlight any application or game (not a folder) and press Options

6- Don't do anything else, but wait until Menu is refreshed.After that, you'll see the cursor appears over the folder you want to move.
7- Select Move to folder, choose the destination folder and the folder will be where you moved it.

Notes:
-The application or game you must highlight at step 5 should be in the same folder than the folder you want to move.
-Steps 3 and 4 explain a fast and simple action that causes Menu to be refreshed.If you like it better, both steps can be replaced with install a application that's already installed or remove some application using phone's App Manager.Anyway, remember the step 5 has to be done immediatelly after the previous action.
-Before trying this trick, make sure that you have at least one item that's not a folder in your phone's menu.It may be a game or a application.
-After renaming a application folder located at !:\system\apps\ , don't forget to rename it back to it's default name.Otherwise, it won't appear at phone's menu and you can't use it.


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