Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Want to change my home screen on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus? Here’s how to organize home screen settings in galaxy S9 & S9 plus. You can see several settings such as home screen layout, home screen grid, Apps screen grid, apps button, app icon badge, add the app icon to the home screen, portrait mode, hide apps and more. Also, put apps on home screen from app drawer using drag & drop, add the contact to the home screen, and unlock home screen layout on the latest Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
You can also quickly open the notification panel to swipe down to open the notification panel from the home screen in galaxy S9 & S9 plus. Using Samsung S9 plus home screen settings, you can resize widgets, customize navigation bar and more. Check out below given all Samsung Galaxy S9 home screen settings.
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How to Change Samsung Galaxy S9 Default Home Screen Settings
Step 1: Tap & hold the blank space in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus.
Here you’ll see wallpapers, widgets, themes and home screen settings.
Step 2: Tap on Home screen settings.
Here you can see below given several Samsung S9 & S9 plus home screen settings.
Home screen Grid: Change home screen grid size on galaxy S9 & S9 plus. By default set 5×5 screen grid. Choose from 4×5/4×6/5×6.
Apps screen grid: By default set 5×6 as apps screen grid. You can change apps screen grid in galaxy S9 & S9 plus.
Apps button: Show a button on the home screen that opens the apps section.
App icon badges: Enable app icon badge to select how to show icon badge when apps send new notifications.
Add apps icon to the home screen: When downloading new apps from the play store, automatically add an app shortcut to the home screen. Enable/disable add the icon to the home screen in Galaxy S9 &S9 plus devices.
Quick open notification panel: To quickly open the notification panel in S9, enable this option in your device.
Portrait mode: It will prevent the home screen from rotating to landscape mode. Also, enable auto-rotate screen in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus.
Hide apps: You can hide or unhide apps in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus using this setting.
End the list. We hope this tutorial helpful to manage Samsung Galaxy S9 home screen settings. Do you have any other Samsung S9 tips? Share with us in the below comment.