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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Robo1007, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. Robo1007

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    Has anyone found a good led flashlight simialr to motodroid or a battery app I have batterytimelite on my phone now but wondering if there is anything better? Any hlp would be great thanks guys.

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    Flashlight by Notes....from the market
     
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    Unsure if the OP found a solution for this yet, though I figured I could add a useful LED trick for the ally I found on the web.

    While there is not yet a dedicated led flashlight app for the ally, an app called AnyCut in the market is able to activate the led and use it as a flashlight. AnyCut is an app that allows you to create shortcuts to various actions and menus directly to your home screen.

    Essentially you download the app AnyCut. When you load the app you are given the option to create a shortcut to your home screen, choose activity, then flash led on/off. I found this to be a nice solution until someone feels the need to build a custom flashlight app.

    The link I found this information on post #9:
    Camera LED Light App - LG Ally Forum
     
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