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TeslaLED Flashlight for Droid 2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kevin@teslacoilsw, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. kevin@teslacoilsw

    kevin@teslacoilsw Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Hello all,

    I just released an update to my TeslaLED Flashlight app to support the Droid 2. TeslaLED will use the camera flash as a flashlight and can be turned on via a Widget or in the app. Also includes goofy features like Strobe or Morse Code.

    Free Version:
    TeslaLED Flashlight - Android app on AppBrain

    Donate Version:
    TeslaLED Flashlight Donate - Android app on AppBrain

    (I don't personally have a Droid 2 to test but I got someone else to verify it works. Let me know if something doesn't work right.)

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  2. pjr710

    pjr710 Newbie

    yea it works .... i have the droidlight by motorola, and it's faster, but teslaLED is way brighter
  3. redpanda

    redpanda Well-Known Member

    That is awesome. Now I can signal for rescue if I ever get stranded on an island.
  4. JAGI410

    JAGI410 Newbie

    Thanks for the update! I really liked TeslaLED on my Droid1 and was bummed to find it didn't work on my Droid2 when I got it on Saturday. I just downloaded it again from the market and it works great!
  5. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert

    It works good and so does the widget on the Droid 2. I installed it on my friends droid 2 last night
  6. TotalLamer

    TotalLamer Lurker

    Why does this app cause the camera focus to actuate when you activate the LED, unlike some other flashlight apps?
  7. notreallynuse

    notreallynuse Newbie

    Thanx I've been look for an app like this for a minute
  8. cydewaze

    cydewaze Member

    Best flashlight app IMO, and I love playing with the morse code feature to annoy my wife :)
  9. mach1man

    mach1man Android Expert

    Love this app. So bright
  10. VooDooCC

    VooDooCC Lurker

    A few questions
    Does the donation version get you anything that is not in the free?
    Are there brightness settings? or What is the difference between the icons in the widget settings.
    Is there a way to set independent widgets, so I can easily turn on the different settings? When i put 2 widgets with different settings the newer widget overrides the old ones settings.
    ashykat likes this.
  11. NiceGuysFinishLast

    NiceGuysFinishLast Android Enthusiast

    Doesn't work on Droid2Global
  12. arjisme

    arjisme Newbie

    Actually, yes it does work on the Droid 2 Global. It works on mine, at least. Check your settings for LED Method and set it to Motorola Droid Froyo.
  13. aelydaIII

    aelydaIII Lurker

    i love it! now if only someone would develop an app so my D2G can drive me to work!!! :eek: this is awesome!
  14. NiceGuysFinishLast

    NiceGuysFinishLast Android Enthusiast

    Weird. I am 100% positive that I did that last time, and it did not work. I went back and downloaded/tried it again, and it works great. To the point that I'm now seeing lots of bright floaters in my eyes. :D Thanks Arj for making me try again, and Kevin for making the first app I've used that will turn on my LEDs.
  15. Lare

    Lare Newbie

    Will there be any problems with using this? I admit I'm just guessing here, but it seems that the LEDs for the flash were never designed to be turned on and left on for several seconds/minutes.

    I love the idea of using them as a flashlight, but before I risk burning them out, I'd like to know if anyone thinks it would be problematic.
  16. NiceGuysFinishLast

    NiceGuysFinishLast Android Enthusiast

    Pretty sure you have to click "OK" to a disclaimer that says you accept all risk for using the LEDs in an extended manner. Just be smart about it. I only use mine for a few seconds at a time, to find a light switch, or to blind friends. :D I also have an app that turns my screen into a flashlight when I click it (It's neat, it waits until I shake the phone to turn on, so that I can turn it around and not blind myself)
  17. xecconlight

    xecconlight Lurker

    That is awesome. If use XECCON's emergency flashlight!
  18. fredwsmith

    fredwsmith Lurker

    TeslaLED installed and working fine on my Charge.
    Totally stymied by widget...where do you get them? I can't find anything about them in the app or the website.
    A widget on my homescreen would be fast accessibility.

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The Motorola Droid 2 release date was August 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, GB RAM, processor, and 1400mAh battery.

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