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    for Fascinate?
     

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    Tiny flashlight has a widget now, I dig it. Just toggle on/off. Perfect.
     
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    Thanks. I'll try them both out.
     
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    I believe Tesla LED was the first app I ever downloaded...
     
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    There's a fun fact. At the end of the day they function the same. I went with tesla since its 356kb versus tiny flashlight 2.1mb. But on is on when it comes to the light
     
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    Tesla also has a nice slider built into Widget Locker if you use that app.
     
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    I like the smaller icon size of TeslaLED and smaller program size. Liked the fact that one of the options is keep LED on after screen turns off....except it doesn't.

    One time I had it turn off and then back on, but now it just stays off. I have screen timeout at 30 seconds.
     

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