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Hi guys,

When I first purchased my new iPhone it had a Utilities folder, but after throwing everything from my 3GS onto the 4GS it had no Utilities folder and had the apps in that thrown about the screen. I like the Utilities organization better; is there a way to put those back into a Utilities folder?

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Hi guys,

When I first purchased my new iPhone it had a Utilities folder, but after throwing everything from my 3GS onto the 4GS it had no Utilities folder and had the apps in that thrown about the screen. I like the Utilities organization better; is there a way to put those back into a Utilities folder?

Thanks!
Why don't you just drag two Apps together, therefore creating you a folder and simply name it Utilities and drag whatever Apps you want in there.
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Unless I am understanding this wrong, you can make any folder you want, just hold down on any app till they start shaking. Then place one app on top of another app and that will create a folder with both apps inside. The folder will be self-named, and you can change it to any name you want by click on the folder when the icons are shaking.
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Yep. Exactly. :-)
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Why don't you just drag two Apps together, therefore creating you a folder and simply name it Utilities and drag whatever Apps you want in there.
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Unless I am understanding this wrong, you can make any folder you want, just hold down on any app till they start shaking. Then place one app on top of another app and that will create a folder with both apps inside. The folder will be self-named, and you can change it to any name you want by click on the folder when the icons are shaking.
Perfect. Thank you both.
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