Sprint launched their version of the Samsung Galaxy S series of phones today. Without a doubt, it's a cool phone. I'm sure at this point, especially if you are new to Android, you are probably still just getting familiar with it. Pretty cool device, huh? Yeah, that's what I thought you would say. However, there's always room for tweaking, customizing, and personalization. We're going to give you a start with how to disable the TouchWiz launcher should you so desire.
Samsung devices generally all come with a home screen app called TouchWiz. If you're new to Android, this is the main app that serves as your "desktop". It's basically a replacement for the stock home screen app that Google originally put in to Android. Like a lot of things, some people love it, some hate it, and some may not know any different. Fortunately, a video is up on the interwebs out there that shows you how to disable it and return to the stock Android home app.
When I first got in to Android devices, and saw tips like these, I always wanted to know if there was a way to reverse it if I don't like the change. Fortunately, this one is easy. If you don't like the stock Home app and want to go back, just perform the same operation as in the video, but clear the defaults for the "Home" application. Now choose "TwLauncher" as your default home-button launcher.
Enjoy that new marvelous gadget of yours!