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Hide Folders in Samsung Tablets and Phones

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How can I hide applications on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3?

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It's very easy to hide applications on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, either to keep your home screens or applications list clean or to make sure that others who use your tablet don't stumble upon an application you don't want them to use. Of course, you could uninstall the application, which would automatically remove its icon; however, if you ever wanted to use that application again, you would have to re-download it again. If the application's icon that you wish to hide is on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3's home screen, you can tap and hold the icon and drag it up to the Trash can that appears. This will not delete the application; it will simply remove the icon from your home screen. To find the application again, simply go to your applications list and find it. If your icon is in your applications list and you want to hide it in a folder, open the applications list and tap the menu key and tap Create folder. You will then be able to hide your icons in that folder. To permanently hide the application icons on your device without putting them in a folder, removing them from the home screen, or uninstalling the app, you can purchase Nova Launcher Prime and go into its Settings to find the Hide apps settings. You will then be able to hide your applications on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.

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