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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MrTissues, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. MrTissues

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    Is the notification LED multi color similar to the Nexus One or is it tri-color (green, orange, red).

    And if it is tri-color can you select all 3 different colors for different notifications?
     

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    There are three colors that have lit up so far on mine, red, green and orange. the lights are much nicer looking than the dinc.
     
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    Would it be possible for you to use another app that allows you to change the colors such as ChompSMS or Handcent? Having a blue LED for texts is pretty handy on my Droid.
     
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    from another forum, I can confirm that ChompSMS does the color change
     
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    i have not installed handcent or chomp on the X yet, i used handcent on the Dinc and loved it but i actually like the stock text app
     
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    I thought tri-color meant the rgb format. Can anyone confirm a blue LED? try one of the sms apps mentioned above.
     
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    Can you change the color of the notifications like you could on other devices?
     
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    I believe on howard forums it was stated that with chompsms installed it resulted in a blue LED notification for sms messages. :D
     
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    it does and is. the colors are red green blue. combined they will make all colors possible.
     
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    Okay thats great. I misunderstood what tri-color was after just owning a DInc. The X looks nice, I think I am going to trade my Inc in due to the issues I have been having with call quality.
     
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    Thanks for the video. One question, does the X have gorilla glass or not?? There's alot of confusion in these forums. If anyone would know, it's anyone who actually has a phone in their hands.
    Thanks.
     

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