I tried the restart as soon as I lost the nest. To open Chrome or any of my other Google apps I have to find them in the Apps Store and tap Open. I don't know how to use Spotlight Search.Welcome to iPhoneForums, efin!
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Did you search for the apps? Spotlight Search will show where you hid the folders, afaik.
If you can't find them, restart your device: turn it off and on again. This should place them to their former, unhidden location.
Thank you. My problem is not with nesting and un-nesting. iOS has somehow hidden a whole nest...all my Google apps. I searched for them with Silverlight and was able to open them. It's quicker than going into the App Store to open them. When I dismiss the app, it does not appear anywhere on my screen. Hoping to get my Google Nest back. Where is it and how will I get it back?Pull down from about the center of your home screen. You should see a search bar. Type in the name of the app you can't find. Once it pops up on the search at you should be able to click on it. To un-nest you do the opposite of nesting. Put your finger on an icon and hold for a minute. They all start wiggling. Now, put your finger down on the icon you want to in-hide hold down and move the icon out of the folder box. Let go of the icon. Press your home button and the icons stop wiggling.
Thank you. I tap the folder named (in my case "Google") on the right and it opens whichever app sits to the left. When I dismiss the app my Google nested folder does not appear on the home screen. It is hidden. How does one unhide the folder. I think I hid it when I accidentally touched delete in another application a couple of weeks ago. I don't remember what application I was in when that happened. I have read on other sites how to unhide a folder, but it requires developer privilege.
Ugh...I was hoping to avoid that. I have a bunch of apps...all organized in folders. Guess I will continue to use searchlight to find my Googles when I need them. Thank you so much for all your help and I apologize for violating the rules.In Settings - General - Reset - Reset Home Screen Layout. This will remove all folders, hopefully unhide your nested folders, you'll have to rearrange everything on your homescreens again afterwards.
Or delete the apps in Settings - General - Usage - Storage - Manage Storage, and install them again after removing them from your device.