vivo cell phone add desktop shortcuts, can not find on the desktop how to do?
Vivo cell phone software icons are not displayed on the desktop, you can refer to the following ways:
A, the number of desktop icons displayed is related to the desktop style settings, into the cell phone settings – desktop, lock screen and wallpaper – Desktop Settings – Desktop Style, you can set up accordingly;
1, the standard style: the desktop will display All software icons are displayed on the desktop, and the corresponding software can be found by sliding the desktop left and right;
2. Drawer style: The desktop displays icons of commonly used software, and if you need to view all the software, you can view all of them by sliding one finger up to enter the drawer interface through the middle position of the screen (or the lower position of the screen), and you can add the software icon to the desktop by long-pressing on the icon (which supports multiple times to add the same software icon to the desktop);
Note: OriginOS 1.0’s Explore Desktop requires you to swipe up from the desktop to view all apps.
The way to retrieve disappearing third-party software icons:
1. Make sure you are in guest mode/children’s mode, and if you are, exit to enter the phone as an administrator (you need to enter the corresponding unlock code);
2. Search for the software in the global search, click the blue location icon on the right side of the software, and try to locate the software;
3, to confirm whether the settings to hide the icon
1) OriginOSOcean models into the Settings – Atomic Privacy System to view;
2) FuntouchOS4.5 or above, iQOOUI, OriginOS1.0 in the Settings – Fingerprints and Passwords / Fingerprints, Face and Passwords – Privacy and App Encryption – App Hiding to view;
FuntouchOS3.0 or below models in the standby desktop long press/press the left menu key – Hide Icons;
4, clear the desktop data:
Note: This operation will reset the desktop icon arrangement order, you can back up the desktop data in advance; desktop layout backup: Cloud Services – Device Cloud Backup – Backup Data type – turn on system data.
Desktop shortcut icon mistakenly deleted how to get back
This article is about the computer desktop program shortcuts were mistakenly deleted or other shortcuts to the loss of how to get back to deal with the situation, through the steps to get back to the desktop shortcuts to provide the usual daily use.
The first method: click on the computer screen in the lower left corner of the Start button and select All Programs.
Find this program folder in All Programs and click on it, you can find this icon by this step.
By right clicking on the icon and selecting Send to – Desktop Shortcut.
The second method: If there is no such option in all programs and you are sure that you know the installation path of the program, you can find the target folder of the program through the path.
Find the icon through the first method of right-clicking the mouse and choose to send to the desktop shortcut can be.
When you find the target folder, you can’t copy the icon to the desktop, so you can’t open the program and use it.
Through the above two methods you can get back to the desktop and normal use of shortcuts, when the desktop shortcut icon name is not the same, you can change, will not affect the use of.
What to do when a shortcut is missing from your computer desktop?
Shortcuts are links to real programs, and this can happen if the real program is not in the location that the shortcut points to. Instead of just downloading a shortcut, the full screensaver should be downloaded to your computer.
Shortcuts don’t work (there are many reasons for this, viruses, misuse, etc.), just redirect them.
1, drive problems, you can use Windows + E shortcut, bring up Explorer.
2, right-click on the drive you need to create a shortcut → create a shortcut (the desktop will generate a shortcut icon).
Principle of shortcuts:
Generally speaking a shortcut is a kind of command line used to quickly start a program. It is both different and related to a program. To make a simple analogy, if the program is compared to a TV set, shortcuts are like a remote control board. With a remote control board, you can easily and quickly control the switching of the TV, the selection of channels, and so on.
Without the remote, you can still walk up to the TV and operate it, but it’s not as convenient as the remote, and it doesn’t affect the use of the TV. But without the TV, the remote control panel is obviously useless.
The same goes for shortcuts, which are very convenient when they work with the actual installed program. When a shortcut is removed, the target program can still be found in My Computer, where it can be run. When a program is deleted, a shortcut alone is useless. If you copy a shortcut from your desktop to someone else’s computer, it will generally not work.