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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FirebirdStud, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. FirebirdStud

    FirebirdStud Android Enthusiast
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    Right now I have a green LED that blinks when I have a text or email, and a blue one that used to be for a facebook message, but now it is purple. How did this change?

    Where do I go to set up what the LED blinks for, and what color?


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  2. FirebirdStud

    FirebirdStud Android Enthusiast
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    no one knows how to change what color led blinks with each notification?
  3. sund0wn

    sund0wn Android Expert

    that actually would be nice. but, i am happy with mine as it is at the time. mine blinks green for email, red for missed call, blinks blue for voicemail, and is solid blue for text message. it's perfect, because i know exactly what i missed by looking at the LED.
  4. dylo22

    dylo22 Android Enthusiast

    There's an app in the market call "blink" that lets you change the LED colors. Although I think it only works for the standard notifications such as email/txt messages/calls etc. I don't think it works with facebook, gmail or other third party notifications. I haven't tried it, so I don't know for sure.
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  5. Deleted User

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    "Missed Call" is another LED changing application that changes the color for multiple events - not just missed calls.

    I have Gmail Notifier to change my LED for received emails from gmail (blue), Handcent changes my LED color for received SMS (purple), K-9 changes my LED color for received work email (orange), and calendar notifications are stock (green).

    Blink didn't work reliably for me, and it doesn't cover all of the events I want. I'd pay good money to have a single, unified application that would let me manage all of my LED colors for system events. That'd be a $5 or $6 app for me.
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  6. FirebirdStud

    FirebirdStud Android Enthusiast
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    thanks everyone! Now its time to see which apps will work best for me. :)
  7. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User

    I uninstalled Blink. It annoyed me with the notifications.

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