Set Default Home Screen on your Galaxy S
All you Android-using folks will know that pressing the Home button on your Android device takes you to the default Home Screen. Wouldn’t it be useful if you could choose which Home Screen you get taken to when pressing that button?
Well, if you are a Samsung Galaxy S owner then you’re in luck as XDA forum member pedrodh thought the same, and wrote an app to change the default home screen when a user presses the Home button.
The app, SGS Screen Changer, works with a hidden setting from TouchWiz and requires root access and Busybox.
For more information, check out the application thread. SGS Screen Changer is available for free in the Market.
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