It is a safe bet to put forward saying as it pertains to their success of flagships that 2016 wasn’t just the best year for LG G5. The LG G5, even lost its worth OnePlus, to the famed Chinese underdog, and though a powerful device, neglected to come into the competition. But if you’re an user of the LG G5, there’s no doubt you’re appreciating the encounter. Nonetheless, there’s something genuinely unusual this year that LG has done with their software.
LG decided to move out of sticking to Stock Android from their course and have amassed a lot of bloaty-feel on their UX skin. While there’s nothing you can do about it, among the most frustrating parts of it’s the removal of the App Drawer. Believe it or not, there’s a hidden option that allows you to toggle between the no-app-drawer variant and otherwise. In now’s mini-guide, we’ll be taking a look at the same.
Add App Drawer to the LG G5
- First up, hop into the Settings application using the notification tray, or via the inbuilt application from the app drawer.
2. While in the Settings application, under the ‘Device‘ section, you will find a sub-menu labelled ‘Homescreen‘, tap to view more options.
3. Tap on the first option which is named ‘Select Home‘.
4. This is where all of your installed launchers appear, and if you don’t have any, then the last option is named ‘Home & app drawer‘.
6. You will find a little download button near the same, so download and wait a while for its installation. Now, reboot your LG G5. This whole process might take a good 5 minutes depending on your internet connection.
7. The moment your device reboots, you will be greeted with a much familiar version of Android!