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Old November 19th, 2012, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings Droid fans. How can I get these indicators to stay on. Seems that they come on at the phone's whim?

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First off what do you mean by indicators? Like what device do you have?

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Welcome to the forums brotherwilm, glad to have you here

First off what do you mean by indicators? Like what device do you have?

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Greetings everyone. I have the Droid Incredible. I was speaking of the Home, Menu, Back and Search Indicators below the screen. It seems that they are unlit at times when the screen is active and it would be nice if they stayed on until the screen times out. Is there any way to accomplish this? Thanks, and sorry for the delayed response.
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Greetings everyone. I have the Droid Incredible. I was speaking of the Home, Menu, Back and Search Indicators below the screen. It seems that they are unlit at times when the screen is active and it would be nice if they stayed on until the screen times out. Is there any way to accomplish this? Thanks, and sorry for the delayed response.
Granted I've never had an incredible before, but with the devices I have used, it could be adjusted within the display settings. If this isn't an option for you, you could post in the incredible forums: http://androidforums.com/htc-droid-incredible/

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