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Xperia apps search bar

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#1 sildave94


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Posted 29 November 2015 - 05:31 AM

Hi everyone


I have a Sony Xperia Z3 (with Lollipop) and the following problem: When I first set up the device, there was a search bar when I entered the all apps overview. Unfortunately, this bar disappeared soon and I didn't find a way to get it back. Interestingly, when I recently changed the SIM, the bar reappeared but then disappeared again after a couple of days.


Can anyone tell me what's going on there? I figured it might deppend on the sorting (alphabetical, custom, most used, etc.) but none of them brought the bar back. Is there a setting to show or hide that apps search bar? If yes, where can I find it and how do I keep it from hiding it again?


Thanks for your help!




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Posted 04 December 2015 - 07:47 PM

My S6 does not have an apps search bar. In either the apps tray or in the system setting applications manager. This must be a Sony feature. You might try their forums. http://talk.sonymobile.com/

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