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Support Changing timing of lights on capacitive keys?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Robinelli, Jul 18, 2010.

  1. Robinelli

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    Has anyone figured out how to keep the lights from going out on the capacitive keys? I can't see what I am doing at night. They go out so fast. Thanks!
     

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    Hmm....that gives me an app idea. :D

    There are no settings. Just try to remember it and use the haptic feedback so you know you clicked something. I have no problems in the dark. Practice makes perfect. ;)
     
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    That is a good widget/app idea for the galaxy....
     
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    does anyone know if a solution has been released for this yet?
     
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    I believe there actually is, I don't have my phone right now, but I faintly remember it being buried in the brightness settings maybe?
     
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    ^^ ...Not that I can see. I use the power saver on screen brightness so there might be something barring that.
     
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    i looked and there isnt anything there for the soft keys :(
     
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    It would be nice if they'd stay on just a few seconds longer. It took me a little while to get used to them going off so quickly (granted I JUST got the phone) and my mind percieved the change of them going out as though something had changed on the screen or phone somewhere. Random info... I know.

    Anyway. I think I'll subscribe in case someone does come up with a way to do it.
     

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