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I am unable to drag the applications that i want from screen to screen

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Have you tried gently holding your finger on any part of the home screen for 5 seconds. The icons will then start to wobble and will have crosses on their top left hand corner (if you tap the cross, this is how you delete the app by the way). You can then drag and drop them to where you want them.

If this does not work, try syncing to a computer and updating software.

Hope this helps ya

Jim

Posted on May 18, 2010

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