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Old March 26th, 2011, 09:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default any videos of the notification LED working? are there two?

i like how the EVO 4G has two LEDs for notifications (although you'll need wimax notifier to access the second one). just wondering if there are any videos of the EVO 3D with its notifications LED(s) blinking?

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Old March 27th, 2011, 01:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I saw a youtube video of the Evo 3d with it's LED notification light. It was a demo shown off at CTIA. It looked there there was only one light, not too sure though because of the quality of the video and they didn't get a close up of the phone.
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I'd love for there to be more colors. A simple blinking light just doesn't cut it IMO. Blackberry has had it right for some many years in this department. You can set a multitude of colors for each message. I would love a dedicated color for missed calls, voice mail, SMS/MMS, email, and talk (google talk client). I am sure there are more color notifications that people would like to see.
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Yeah multi color LED would be very useful. I usually keep the emails on silents because i don't need to read them right away. It would be nice if i knew what the blinking was.
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Take a look at CNET's vid on Evo3D. You'll see LED's working.
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Take a look at CNET's vid on Evo3D. You'll see LED's working.
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Old March 28th, 2011, 01:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I'd love for there to be more colors. A simple blinking light just doesn't cut it IMO. Blackberry has had it right for some many years in this department. You can set a multitude of colors for each message. I would love a dedicated color for missed calls, voice mail, SMS/MMS, email, and talk (google talk client). I am sure there are more color notifications that people would like to see.
That'd be awesome. Makes it a lot easier for me to discern if it is something important I need to attend to quicker. I'm coming from the DInc where we had one flashing yellow and that was it. Pretty much anything is better than that.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 02:35 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Videos - Free video downloads and streaming video - CNET TV

At 1:30 you'll see the green LED blink on the right side. Now time to find another video hopefully with something blinking at antoher location
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Bringing this back from the dead. So is the small glass circle at the top left of the phone a led? It would be great if we could access this light. I want my charging light in a different spot than my notification lights.
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Glass circle is proximity sensor, not an LED. There's only one that anyone knows of on the device.
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