Your new Samsung Galaxy S10e has multiple home screens you can navigate by swiping left or right. Each home screen has its own set of icons or information that may be useful to you. You can also modify each of them to fit your preference.
When your phone boots up, it immediately goes to the main Home screen that usually displays the most important applications such as Play Store, Galaxy Store, Gallery and other Google apps you may be using more often. Bixby also has its own dedicated Home screen that you can access any time. To learn more about Galaxy S10e multiple home screens, continue reading.
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How to access Galaxy S10e Multiple Home Screens
Here’s how to access the home screens in your new phone…
- From the main Home screen, swipe right to left to access Home screens to the right.
- Swipe left to right to return to the main Home screen.
- Swipe left to right to access the Hello Bixby screen.
- Tap the Home icon to return to the main Home screen.
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