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How To Fix Galaxy S9 Application Tray Problem

It’s been a while since Samsung released its popular Galaxy S9 smartphone. And as time has taught us, the device isn’t flawless, users reporting more or less complicated problems with the Galaxy S9 experience. One of them is not really a problem, but rather an inconvenience and it has to do with the Application Tray on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Let us detail the subject for you…

 

What Exactly Is The Problem With Samsung Galaxy S9 Application Tray?

By default, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Application Tray is set to display your app icons in the exact same order as you installed them. Consequently, the first icons you will see when opening this tray will be the oldest apps that you have installed. At the bottom of the list, you will obviously have the most recently installed apps.

Normally, this shouldn’t be a huge problem. But what if you can’t really recall when exactly you have installed a particular app? Are you supposed to scan with your eyes the entire list of apps until you find it? Not the most attractive option, if you ask us…

So, what’s the alternative, you wonder? If you want to fix the Samsung Galaxy S9 Application Tray problem, you must use a built-in option. With its help, you will be able to look at the list of apps in alphabetical order…

 

What can you do about this pattern of displaying new apps?

Like mentioned, the first and most convenient option is to activate that feature. You’ll spot it easily, somewhere near the top of the App Tray, and identify it by the A-Z label. When you tap on that button and hit the Save button, you automatically make the icons to show up alphabetically.

However, note that even if you have used the A-Z option, the first time when you will install a new app, its icon will show up at the bottom of this list, regardless of what you did before. Of course, you can bring back the order you were used to, by hitting the A-Z button once again. Say you’re not feeling very excited about this temporary fix?

 

What Are The Alternatives For Getting Rid Of Default Application’s Tray Problem?

We showed you above how to fix Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Application Tray problem. Yet if you’re looking for an alternative, our advice is to start testing some third-party launchers. You’re probably thinking about the Game Launcher option provided by Samsung, which can be easily enabled and set up on your device – you’d have to know, though, that it’s the ideal choice mostly for the passionate mobile gamers…

For now, let’s stop here and check these out. If you need extra help on how to fix Galaxy S9 Application Tray problem, you know where to find us!

 

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