With the most recent update, Samsung has determined that I want to have the Calendar, Settings, Clock, and My Files icons fixed in the top spots on my apps edge panel. Actually, I'd prefer to choose the apps I want on the panel. With those being in the top spots, my chosen apps are pushed down and some are now out of sight. When Edit is selected, the "pre-chosen" apps are greyed out.
Does anyone know a workaround? Hijack another panel, maybe? Or is there a way to get rid of the default icons?
Thanks for the quick response -- I'd like to try your suggestion if you can let me know how to do that. I know how to clear the cache on my laptop but have never tried it on my phone (S10). Thanks!
I would recommend wiping the cache partition on your device. The system cache partition stores temporary system data. It's supposed to allow the system to access apps more quickly and efficiently, but sometimes things get cluttered and outdated, so a periodic cache clearing can help make the system run more smoothly. Give these steps a try:
We can clear the cache and data files by opening system settings, apps, show system apps, and use the search engine to locate edge screen. Open it and select storage. You should see the option to clear the cache and data. This also clears the cache and and data for the edge lighting feature. They're both easy to set back up.
Wipe the system cache partition is always a really good option especially after a system updates.