How to customize Galaxy Note10+ Home Screen or tweak screen layout

The default app icons on the Galaxy Note10+ Home screen can look humongous at first. If you want to change that, simply head over to Home screen settings and tweak your Galaxy Note10+ screen layout from there. Just follow the steps below if you have no idea how to go about it.

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How to customize Galaxy Note10+ Home Screen or tweak screen layout

The huge screen of the Galaxy Note10+ makes app icons look way too big than normal. Thankfully, you can tweak your Galaxy Note10+ Home screen layout to make the sizes of app shortcuts small. You can tweak the size of the apps as well as the adjust the font size too. If that’s what you want, follow the steps below.

  1. Go to the Home screen.
  2. Tap and hold on an empty space.
  3. Tap Home screen settings.
  4. You’ll see a number of options that you can change here. Start by selecting Home screen layout, then select either Home and Apps screens or Home screen only.
  5. Afterwards, go back to the previous section and tap Home screen grid. If you want the smallest app icon setting, select 5×6, then hit Apply.
  6. Go back to the previous screen.
  7. Select Apps screen grid and select 5×6 if you want to use the smallest option. Then hit Apply.
  8. That’s it! Your Home screen should now look better and app shortcuts should be much smaller.

 


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