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Old November 19th, 2009, 11:34 AM   #201 (permalink)
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Update is on the market.

"Update v1.1: Fixed portrait orientation."

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Old November 19th, 2009, 11:35 AM   #202 (permalink)
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Good questions. I'm sure we will be getting more information on battery usage soon. I would not expect any damage to the LEDs, but can not guarantee.

I'm charging mine now...I'll kick off a battery drainage test around 2pm EST. FWIW, I've only had 5 or so recharges since purchace last saturday. I work from home, play on in constanly with screen brightness on "0" since day one, and I get about 8-9 hours of use. I just installed Quick Settings which allows me to turn down srceen brightness a few ticks lower than native "0"...its about the level of the "lock screen".

All that to say that I don't think my battery is at full potential.
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Bugs and Requests:

1. When the orientation of the program changes, the LED flashes off for a second. (FIXED AS OF Nov, 19 in v1.1)

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1. LED is not maximum strength, is there a way you could implement an adjustable scale of how much light the LED emits?

2. Maybe somebody could write a widget, so we could just hit a button on the home screen to turn the light on and off, instead of running the actual app. all the time.
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Bought..Nice work..and keep up the useful programming!
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1. When the orientation of the program changes, the LED flashes off for a second.
With v1.0 or v1.1? Should be fixed in v1.1.
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Bugs and Requests:
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1. LED is not maximum strength, is there a way you could implement an adjustable scale of how much light the LED emits?

2. Maybe somebody could write a widget, so we could just hit a button on the home screen to turn the light on and off, instead of running the actual app. all the time.
Will work on both of these in the coming days.
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Old November 19th, 2009, 11:51 AM   #207 (permalink)
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1. LED is not maximum strength, is there a way you could implement an adjustable scale of how much light the LED emits?
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Chet, if it helps, the guy that did the Quick Settings app (free, Market), has a sliding screen brightness scale, which allows a broader range of adjustment than stock. Maybe there's some helpful code in there?
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Old November 19th, 2009, 11:54 AM   #208 (permalink)
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You just got my dollar! I wish I had thought of this idea first though. Dang it! Good luck man!
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Old November 19th, 2009, 12:35 PM   #211 (permalink)
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First paid app for me see this right here is what makes android amazing. We all pull together and can make what ever we want and the creator gets paid for doin a good job. Thamks agoid works great!
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First paid app here, but well worth it for the time/dedication it took you to develop! Great job! Looking forward to the updates!

Anything else you got workin?!?!
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been following this thread, just bought as well.
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Old November 19th, 2009, 12:50 PM   #214 (permalink)
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Bought it too, nice!

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Also my first paid app. Great job, kudos to the dev. Keep'em comming. Thank-you
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just bought it too, first purchase for me as well! a nice one click, one space widget would be nice!
thanks chet!
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Old November 19th, 2009, 12:59 PM   #217 (permalink)
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First app I've paid for
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Old November 19th, 2009, 01:05 PM   #218 (permalink)
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Chet...you are da man...

just purchased the LED Flashlight program...works like a charm...loving it...

look forward to update version: brighter light...
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Battery Drain Test started.

- Phone just off the charger at 100%.
- Screen timeout set for 2 min.
- If screen doesn't time out for on/off button, Quick Settings screen brightness set to -10% (it dims lower than native 0 dimmer level to that of "lock screen").
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First paid app here too! This is the first smartphone that I've had that I've gotten into the whole app thing with. I won't have to pay for the updates will I? How do I update it when they are available? Thanks! Great app again!
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My first paid app as well. Awesome, good work, already got the update as well. Thanks
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I also gave you some props over in an app thread at crackberry.
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First paid app here too! This is the first smartphone that I've had that I've gotten into the whole app thing with. I won't have to pay for the updates will I? How do I update it when they are available? Thanks! Great app again!
Just go back to market and select the app, it will say update available and allow you to download, no additional charge.
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First paid app here too! This is the first smartphone that I've had that I've gotten into the whole app thing with. I won't have to pay for the updates will I? How do I update it when they are available? Thanks! Great app again!
My understanding is that updates are free. Should be able to get verification from the folks that had v1.0.
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Just go back to market and select the app, it will say update available and allow you to download, no additional charge.
Cool, thanks. I figured i wouldn't have to pay, just wasn't sure how the updating thing worked with android. That's simple enough. Thanks again.
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Check the 3rd result. It sure is nice to know a guy thats going to make some good money before he has made it.

Good job!!

ive gone and done it now
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First paid app here too! This is the first smartphone that I've had that I've gotten into the whole app thing with. I won't have to pay for the updates will I? How do I update it when they are available? Thanks! Great app again!
you can also download the aTrackDog app and manually check for new versions / updates for all of your apps at one time.

i heard there is a better tracking app, DroidMarket or something, but i havent been able to find it.
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My understanding is that updates are free. Should be able to get verification from the folks that had v1.0.
Tried to buy, but my bank would not let "foreign country transaction". Does google do their transactions through a foreign country?
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you can also download the aTrackDog app and manually check for new versions / updates for all of your apps at one time.

i heard there is a better tracking app, DroidMarket or something, but i havent been able to find it.
or just go to the Market --> Menu button --> Downloads.... and it will list all of your downloaded apps. if any have updates, it will say it.
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My first paid app. I can confirm that the light remains on when you go into the camera app by pressing the shutter button, and it can be used for video recording. Playing a video that you have taken will turn the led off and you'll have to exit the camera to turn it back on.
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I added a thread about this on droidforums.net to get you some more biz.
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or just go to the Market --> Menu button --> Downloads.... and it will list all of your downloaded apps. if any have updates, it will say it.
On my Droid, I get a small Market icon in the notification bar when any of my apps are updated.
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You got my dollar. Great work!
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Battery Drain Test started.

- Phone just off the charger at 100%.
- Screen timeout set for 2 min.
- If screen doesn't time out for on/off button, Quick Settings screen brightness set to -10% (it dims lower than native 0 dimmer level to that of "lock screen").

1 hour in, battery level per Service Menu, still at 90%. I've only gone into the phone 2-3 times for a minute to check settings. LED not even warm to the touch. I don't think this is putting undo stress on the battery.
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Add another buck to your coffer. Nice work.
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1 hour in, battery level per Service Menu, still at 90%. I've only gone into the phone 2-3 times for a minute to check settings. LED not even warm to the touch. I don't think this is putting undo stress on the battery.
Nice...good info!!!!
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Just bought it! Can't wait to see this app expand and become more widespread! Looking forward to adjusting the brightness of the LED's as well. Thanks again Chet!
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Thanks! Paid even though I have the free beta. I can spare a buck for the good work.
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Battery Drain Test started.

- Phone just off the charger at 100%.
- Screen timeout set for 2 min.
- If screen doesn't time out for on/off button, Quick Settings screen brightness set to -10% (it dims lower than native 0 dimmer level to that of "lock screen").

1 hour 48min in, battery status just changed to 80%. Not sure if its 80% or 89%, as I'm using app from the Market. Just installed one that increments by 1%...I hope, but the native battery at top of screen just decreased from full.

Take if for what its worth...2 email accounts that may have synched maybe 1-2 times, and 5 minutes of screen time checking settings...no web browsing.
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Hope you don't mind chet

actually kappy, your email bounced
Oh whops, posted the address with the droid and hit an extra key w/o realizing it. Email is jkapsar at gmail .com

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Disregard ill be looking for this on market!
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My first paid app. I can confirm that the light remains on when you go into the camera app by pressing the shutter button, and it can be used for video recording. Playing a video that you have taken will turn the led off and you'll have to exit the camera to turn it back on.


If i was him i would add this to the description in the market.
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You got my dollar as well. Thanks for doing this. Only my second paid app after touchdown for email. Nice job.
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1 hour 48min in, battery status just changed to 80%. [...]
thanks for testing this, colnago.
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My first paid as well, nicely done!
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1st paid app for me as well. Great job! Can't wait to see what you come out with next.
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Lightbulb disable auto screen brightness?

I notice if I have my droid set to auto adjust screen brightness and I turn led flashlight on the droid cranks my screen to full. Effectively blinding me. Any chance of having led flashlight temporarily disable the auto screen or the light sensor?
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1st paid app! Works as it should EXCEPT:

Still shows on task list after exit button is pressed... is this just how Android works?
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I just wanted to bring this to everyone's attention, and perhaps you could add this to the description. If you "fix" this app. and make it possible to adjust the strength of the LED, a maximum mode in an LED can (and if is strong enough for this phone, will) hurt the LED bulb after using it for extended periods of time (even in military grade equipment). So if you can keep it on a lower setting, do that unless absolutely necessary to put it to full strength. I also suggest you put a disclaimer that you are not responsible for broken equipment and that people use this software at their own risk. You don't want some jerk trying to sue you or be a nuisence, otherwise. Trust me, there are a lot of people with nothing better to do, than try and score a few bucks.
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The Motorola Droid - the first ever Verizon Android Phone - exploded onto the mobile market with an incredibly successful ad campaign that brough Android to the masses. With a huge and vibrant touchscreen, solid metal body, full QWERTY keyboard, 5M... Read More



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