Your Samsung Intercept cell phone enables you to create folders to organize your contacts and data, including image and video files. You name a folder when you create it; ideally, you should give the folder a name that identifies the data you intend to store in it. If you enter a name incorrectly or no longer want to use the name, you can rename the folder through the Settings menu on your Intercept.
Create a Folder
Tap "Home" to go to the Home screen. Tap and hold your finger down on an empty area of the Home screen.
Tap "Folders" in the "Add to Home Screen" window.
Tap a folder type, such as "Facebook Phonebook" or "Recent Documents," to add it to the Home screen.
Enter a name for the folder using the on-screen keyboard.
Rename a Folder
Touch "Home" to go to the Home screen, then tap the "Applications" icon at the bottom of the screen.
Tap "My Files," then tap the folder you want to rename.
Tap the "Menu" button. Touch "More" and select "Rename."
Enter a new name for the folder.
- To change the way that files in a folder are displayed on the screen, open the "My Files" window. Tap a folder to open it, then tap "Menu" and "View by." Select a display option, such as "List" or "Thumbnail."
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