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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Boy am I glad this thread got started otherwise I would never have noticed this problem.

    Rod, I don't use the Manage Apps function often so I hadn't noticed the problem that you are seeing. It turns out that I'm having almost the exact same issue. If I go to the screen shown in your post, iMazing only shows 15 of the 23 apps on my first screen. The only difference is that it seems to show mw the same amount of information regardless oof whether it is in locked or unlocked mode.

    My iMazing version numbers are the same as yours. I also haven't updated to IOS 12.1.1 yets. Still on the previous version. Doing the update now.

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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Mine too, if you look closely you will see an “if found” message at the bottom but I use Lockscreen.
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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    I ran Over again, changed nothing, but now iMazing can show the entire screen. That's weird.
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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacInWin View Post
    I ran Over again, changed nothing, but now iMazing can show the entire screen. That's weird.


    Sorry, but do I dare ask what "Over" is??? Or did I miss something obvious???

    Whatever it is or does, it sounds like it can fix some problems.





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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Over is an app on the iPhone to let you add text to a photo, any photo, and then make it your wallpaper on the iPhone. I have a picture of my wife, with my emergency contact information on the lock screen that I created with over. It's in the iTunes store.
    Jake

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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Over is an app on the iPhone
    Thanks Jake.





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    How can you organise the apps on the home screen of your iOS device?
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    Yup and i use Lockscreen for the same purpose. The app comes with custom screen images and the ability to load more but can use any picture in your Camera Roll. Not sure about "Over" but lockscreen is good because it saves the text, Font, size and position so that you can attach it to any other picture at a later date.
    I used to be conceited but now I'm perfect.

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    I don't think anyone has mentioned this tip, but you can move multiple apps at once by:

    1. press and hold on an app until they all jiggle
    2. drag the app down a bit and keep your finger on it
    3. while continuing to hold on the app, tap any other apps that you want to move and they will all lock onto the app you're holding

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