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  1. shalemail

    shalemail Well-Known Member Contributor This Topic's Starter

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    Looking for an app that uses the L.E.D. for a flashlight that works on the Moto Defy. Anyone have one that works?
     

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  2. Tinderbox (UK)

    Tinderbox (UK) Well-Known Member

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    I use the free "mototorch led" for the android market , as well as being an simple torch, you can send morse code messages and use it as a strobe.

    Or if you are just looking for an simple torch, download the "led light" app.

    Enjoy

    John.
     
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    shalemail Well-Known Member Contributor This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you sir, installed and works great.
     
  4. Crew

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    Widgetsoid (sp?) - got it for free but donated because it's so awesome.

    Puts little translucent icons either in a row or single icons anywhere on the home screen to toggle torch, bluetooth, wi-fi, reboot (root only), etc.. can't live without it now!
     
  5. quixoticduck

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    Quick Settings has the option (its default is a screen torch) and when you try and turn on the LED version is warns that this can damage the phone and makes you confirm before you do it. So I got scared and only use the screen-torch version... Unless I'm getting confused...
     
  6. colnago

    colnago Well-Known Member

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    FWIW, when the Droid 1 was released, I helped someone from that forum test the LED (i.e. camera flash) flashlight they were developing. I had it on continuously for (6) hours, testing battery usage. It was minimal, and the light never even got warm...YMMV.
     

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