How to Hide App Hide Application Icon
Hide App-Hide Application Icon is a new way to change the default settings of your Android phone or PDA. There are many advantages to hiring an app from an application drawer instead of having it there for everyone to see. If your Android device has a memory space that is not sufficient for all the apps that are installed on your system, then hiding an app that you don't use can free up some of that memory space. But when you really need to see those apps, then just tap their icon or view them through a web browser in the Web browsing app, or even better, download an app to your device and remember to clear up the cache and user data once you're done using it.
When you want to hide app-hide application icon, first you need to install the Pinstock app that hides the icon on your phone's home screen by replacing it with a PIN lock. The easiest way to install the Pinstock app is by going to the Android Market and downloading the free version. After installing it, go to Settings > Interface to set the default settings. You will probably find a list of default apps that are used by Samsung devices like dialer, messaging service and browser but you can also choose other apps such as games, social networking services, games and calculator. Once you have changed the settings, then you should restart your Samsung Galaxy S to enable the Pinstock app to work properly.
The second step to hide app-hide application icon is to install the Auto Backup Solution app which you can download from the Android Market. When you install this app, you can set a regular backup so that you can use the icon on your device without worrying about losing it after the app has been deleted from your phone's memory. After that, go to the Setting menu and select 'backup' tab in order to continue. The Auto Backup Solution will scan your device for the app and for any changes it has made since the last time you restored it to its previous state. After the scan is finished, it will present you with a list of files that it needs to restore to its previous state.