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Support LED notifications and Jelly Bean

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Captain Sexy, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. Captain Sexy

    Captain Sexy Well-Known Member
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    Before installing Jelly Bean, my phone would give me solid light LED notifications now that flash. I know this is trivial but I hate the flashing it drives me nuts. I know I can turn it off all together but is there a setting somewhere I'm missing to go back to solid lights?
     

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  2. galaxysser

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    I could only do this by installing an app called Light Manager.
     
  3. Captain Sexy

    Captain Sexy Well-Known Member
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    This works well but doesn't allow for facebook lights. I tried another one as well even paying for it, but it causes the phone to talk to me, telling me Im opening folders and closing folders. I can't take that.
     
  4. andrzewi

    andrzewi Well-Known Member
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    Well, it's funny. I had the same problem. Installed app named NoLed and had that annoying voice always when sweep between home pages. Contacted developer and got a tip. Installed ADWLauncher which solved the problem with annoying voice.
     
  5. Captain Sexy

    Captain Sexy Well-Known Member
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    I'd like to leave the stock functions in place though.
     
  6. galaxysser

    galaxysser Active Member
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    Facebook lights work with Light Manager if you root your phone.
     
  7. Captain Sexy

    Captain Sexy Well-Known Member
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    Yes, but I really would like to avoid rooting.
     

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