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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by itype2slo, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Is there an app out there for 2.0 that will allow me to specify the color of the LED based on whether it is an email, gmail, facebook? I already have Handcent for SMS. I did some searching and could not come up with anything.

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  2. Telexen

    Telexen Well-Known Member

    No. Missed Call will let you change the color of incoming/missed calls...but that's it. I'm pretty happy with that though because I have different colors for texts, emails, and missed calls now.
  3. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    ^What did you use to use to change the color of the LED for email?
  4. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    I think Missed Reminder may do some of what you want...
  5. sillyrabbitt123

    sillyrabbitt123 Android Enthusiast

    This is of interest to me too but what i dont understand is if you have a missed call, text and email what light trumps what? would you see three lights one after the other?
    thank you.
  6. Telexen

    Telexen Well-Known Member

    That's the point...I didn't...I changed everything else...so it can be green and I know it's email ;)

    I guess voicemail probably still has green as well...I don't get voicemail often (people just hang up and text me), so I don't know
  7. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    No, the system kind of works as first come first serve, so whatever notification was triggered first will trigger the given LED color.
  8. itype2slo

    itype2slo Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Ahhh... You must only have one email account. I was hoping for something to distinguish between the 4 email accounts I have going into the phone.
  9. sillyrabbitt123

    sillyrabbitt123 Android Enthusiast

    Thank you for the information much appreciated!
  10. Cribbinn

    Cribbinn Lurker

    I cant find noled on the android market! :(
  11. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

  12. BoostedFalcon

    BoostedFalcon Newbie

    I use Blink and it works well for changing LED colors.
  13. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

    I have reviewed Blink and like 5 others in my 2nd link above. It did not work and gets pretty poor ratings

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