Every Android user in Spain personalize your phone’s home screen to your liking. The usual thing is to have in it those apps that we use most frequently, as well as a widget such as the weather and the Google search bar. If you like this configuration and do not want to alter it, on Samsung mobiles it can be blocked from changes.
One UI is the customization layer of Samsung mobiles, which gives us many options with which to be able to customize the appearance of the system or the way you have it configured. Among them we have the possibility to block changes on the home screen.
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Keep the home screen on Samsung unchanged
You probably have configured the home screen of your Samsung mobile to your liking. You have the applications you want, with the desired icon size, as well as the widgets that you want to have in it. If you have a configuration that you like, avoiding changes to it is important. Luckily, the Korean brand’s customization layer allows you to easily lock in the home screen layout you like.
- Go to the phone’s home screen.
- Press and hold somewhere blank on the screen.
- Click on Settings.
- Go to the option called Lock home screen design.
- Activate this option by pressing the switch.
What this function is going to do is keep home screen layout of your locked Samsung mobile. That is, it will prevent the elements present in it from being deleted, such as widgets or the Google search bar, as well as blocking its position. They will be kept at all times in the place where you have put them.
This function is a good help if you want to avoid changes to the home screen of your mobile, whether they are voluntary or accidental. That design and configuration that you have created at all times is maintained. If at any time you want to make changes to it, you can unlock this option to allow changes again.
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