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If you press down on an item and hold for a few seconds, this is what Android calls a long click. You ll generally feel some haptic feedback when you use the long click the phone will vibrate slightly to let you know that you ve done something different than a regular press. A long click can be programmed into apps, but on the Home screen it is used to add and remove items.
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To add an app to your Home screen, do the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Flick your finger to find the page of the Home screen you want to modify. Open the app tray and find the icon for the app you want to launch. Long-click the app (keep pressing). The app tray will vanish after a few seconds, and you ll see the Home screen. Continue to press down, and drag your app to the desired position. Release your finger.
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You can remove apps from Home screens by using a reverse of the same process. Long-click the app from the Home screen until a trash can appears. Drag the app into the trash can. Yes, the trash can. This is the same unfortunate metaphor problem that Macintosh has. Dragging the app into the trash just removes it from the Home screen; it doesn t actually delete the app from your phone.
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Your phone screen is a rectangle, and it s reasonable that what you re viewing will affect how you want to view it. On pure Android installations, the Home screens will always be in portrait mode. I asked Google about it, and they told me that this was by design. Once you launch apps, you can shift between portrait and landscape mode. If you are using a slide-out keyboard, your phone will automatically switch to landscape mode when you open the keyboard. You d be typing sideways if it didn t, so this is also by design. If you have a phone with a virtual keyboard, you can switch between portrait and landscape mode by flipping your phone to the desired orientation anywhere but the Home screen. If you have a phone with a keyboard, you ll generally have to force landscape orientation by sliding out the keyboard.
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Your phone may or may not have a physical keyboard, but all Android phones have a virtual keyboard, as shown in Figure 2 5. Selecting any text entry area will open up the virtual keyboard, so long as you don t also have a physical keyboard open when you do it.
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Figure 2 5. Keyboard If you ve ever used a virtual keyboard on an iPhone or iPod touch, Android s offering is pretty similar. Press the keys with the meat of your finger to type. When your phone is in landscape mode, you get a wider, more comfortable keyboard. If you need numbers or symbols, press the 123 key at the bottom left of the screen. Press the ABC key to return to letters. On the Nexus One, you ll also see a small microphone button on the keyboard. You can use this for speech-to-text. It s not completely accurate, but it can save you some typing. Speech-to-text requires a data connection, and although the technology is improving, there aren t any options for personalizing voice recognition for an individual speaker beyond your language and locale settings. That means you can differentiate between UK and American English, but you can t differentiate individual American accents. You may notice that some apps offer slightly different keyboard layouts. You may see @ offered on the main keyboard, or a .com key offered as a choice. This is something that the programmer overrides, so well-designed apps will give you these easy shortcuts.
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