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Master Geek


# 183676 26-Oct-2015 11:29
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okay, I actually hope this is a nob question, having upgraded to Marshmallow I can't seem to find the recent apps view, in Lollipop I simply long press'ed the left hand softkey, in Marshmallow this now opens the Google search? and having tired all sorts of different key presses, I ca't find it, and its really annoying to have to reopen apps, instead of simply switching between them. (note I am using Nova launcher, but I also reverted to the Google launcher, but I still can't find it...

Please don't flame me if this is so obvious......

Thanks in advance.

Nic. 

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Uber Geek


  # 1413908 26-Oct-2015 12:03
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On my HTC its long press of the home button

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  # 1413978 26-Oct-2015 15:42
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What device are you running marshmallow on?

Also I think you are asking a noob question (check your title :-) )




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Ultimate Geek


  # 1414027 26-Oct-2015 16:43
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Hasn't changed for me with Nexus 5 - still right hand soft-button (square shape).

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Master Geek


  # 1416224 29-Oct-2015 16:26
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Gudday Noob ;-)

I came across the article below last night on the new "feature" you are now enjoying. Must admit it is something I hope that the LG G4 finds a way around with v6 comes along.

I think the section "Now On Tap" refers to your issue, but dunno how you get around it. http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2493513,00.asp

NB if you come up with a article that is not 'Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow', it may be that you've ended up on the OZ version of the site. Scroll down to the bottom, select 'PCMag USA' and then repaste the link.

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