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OneUI 3/Android 11 -- not respecting grid in folders

(Topic created: 12-29-2020 04:21 PM)
bradchristie
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Received the over-the-air update for OneUI 3 and Android 11 for Note 20 Plus. Besides the lock screen changes (constantly hitting 9 when I meant to hit "Ok" to submit) it appears the grid settings in app drawer aren't respected in folders (or Secure folder).

Hoping this is a setting I'm just missing, but have gone through the usual locations only to find this doesn't appear to be configurable? 

Feedback welcomed from other users. 

E.g
* standard app screens grid is set to 5x6
* within folders, it's awkwardly 3x4
* within secure folder uses same as folder, 3x4

BTW, while I'm here, bonus points if you allow folders within Secure folder.

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userzKuvfv5Bj4
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Install "Good Lock" from the Galaxy store, and then download the "Home Up" module. It gives you enormous flexibility with the home screen and folder grids. 

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TURB042O
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what you mean by bonus forfolders within secure?

and I have the 3x4 grid for folders too. until good lock completely updates its apps for this new update... gotta deal with it.

I cant stand this recent menu either I miss my list.
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bradchristie
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While in secure folder, you can't group things in folders. e.g. my primary app drawer, I have folders like "Google" and "Samsung" where that vendor's apps reside. I can't do the same while in secure folder/knox.
TURB042O
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ya I noticed that... irritating. secure folder is literally a 3x4 folder now... whyyyyy!
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userzKuvfv5Bj4
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Install "Good Lock" from the Galaxy store, and then download the "Home Up" module. It gives you enormous flexibility with the home screen and folder grids. 

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