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Droids LED

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mrdroid921, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. Mrdroid921

    Mrdroid921 Well-Known Member
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    Does the little green LED light only blink when you get a message?.

    Or should it blink all the time? (Swore it was doing it all the time)
     

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  2. aaron5610

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    Mine only does it for emails texts and vmail.
     
  3. Mrdroid921

    Mrdroid921 Well-Known Member
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    Thanks, I don't know why I thought it was blinking all the time.

    (Was thinking network coverage light like the blackberry)
     
  4. aaron5610

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    It reminds me of my 10 year old Star-Tac lmao. It had a little blinking green light on the back for service yellow for roam and red for no service. Man they have come a LONG way.
     
  5. Mrdroid921

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    Lol, I use to have one of those also.
     
  6. rawness

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    Yea, it's just for notifications. Out of box, I believe it's green for email, texts and I think VMs and missed calls, and it's red for low battery.

    You can also use an app like Missed Reminder, which allows you to assign different colors for different notifications
     
  7. mali2838

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    I don't know if anyone have noticed it but you can get different LED colors for each notifications automatically. For example on my Droid, emails/texts = green, twidroid = blue, and meebo=purple and of course, red=low battery. I thought that was pretty cool.
     
  8. zachd

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    using what app?
     

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