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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by smilesandwaves, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. smilesandwaves

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    Is there a way to control the notification light? It seems that it blinks only like 1 time every 45 seconds when notifying me of an email or text. That's to slow.

    When I receive a Facebook notification it seems to blink at normal speed and turn blue. So, I know there is a way to correct this issue. Any tips?

    Thanks guys!

    (Verizon GN)

    -SmIlEs:D
     

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    Lightflow in ze market sir
     
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    Definitely Lightflow. ;)
     
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    Lightflow is the only unrooted way of doing it. If you're rooted, there are various ROMs that give more control, though none that do so as extensively as Lightflow yet.
     
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    Lightflow works wonders! I am tempted to upgrade to the paid version as it supports more apps.
     
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    Definitely upgrade to the paid version - if nothing else, just to support a dev who made such a great app. Seriously, even if you don't use a single thing that the paid version offers, this guy deserves your dollars.
     
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    Thanks everyone! I downloaded the "lite" version, and then upgraded. Great application and it seems that the dev has a big dedication to his app and very willing to serve his users.

    :D
     
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