[Galaxy S8/S8+] Can I hide the Secure Folder shortcut from the Apps screen?

Last Update Date : Apr 09. 2018

 

You can hide the Secure Folder shortcut from the Home and Apps screens.

     1. On Secure Folder main screen, tap More.

     2. Tap Settings.

     3. Tap the Show Secure Folder switch to deactivate it.

     4. When pop-up window appears, tap OK. Alternatively, drag the status bar 
          downwards to open the notification panel. Then,
swipe downwards on the notification 
           panel and tap Secure Folder to deactivate the feature.

 

 

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