Tricks to customize folders with the latest Nothing OS 2.0 software update on Phone (2)

The launch of Nothing Phone (2) also marked the debut of the latest NothingOS 2.0 software update. This latest software update arrived with some improvements, new features, enhanced customization options and widgets to make the user experience more interesting and also fun. At the end of last month, this software update was also rolled out for Nothing Phone (1) smartphone so that the Phone (1) users can also enjoy the latest update on their devices.

NothingOS 2.0 arrives with new customization options for folders including different layouts and covers. After rolling out the update for both of its flagship devices, the company has now explained the tricks to customize folders with NothingOS 2.0.

How to customize folders with NothingOS 2.0?

As per the video, to change the styles and layout of the folder-

  • Long press any folder
  • Select customization
  • Choose from different folder styles and covers as per your preference

To Rename the folder-

  • Long press any folder
  • Select Rename
  • Type the preferred name

The company has also explained how to know about essential notifications using Glyph interface and also to know the real-time updates of selected apps using Glyph progress. To know the steps for the following click on this link.

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