By default, the LG X power ships with their new homescreen that does not include an app drawer. All the apps you install are dropped on the homescreen. You can use folders to organize them but there?s not a formal app drawer. Not sure of the thinking behind that ? perhaps other phone makers have tried it and found It successful. There has been lots of discussion about this on a variety of online forums, and even Google has considered dropping the app drawer.
Fortunately, there?s a workaround! If you go to Settings ? General ? System Updates and update the LG Software, you will download a new homescreen with an app drawer. To make it your permanent app drawer, tap the circle icon on your icon bar.
A popup will appear asking if you want to use the LG Home Screen or the LG Home Screen with App Drawer. Choose the one with the app drawer and set it as default.
From then on you get the classic Android experience with your downloaded apps installed in the app drawer and your home screens available for widgets and icons of your choosing!
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