breathing

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  1. recDNA

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    is there any way to make active notification breathing rate faster so i don't miss notifications? screen usually dark when i look. heck, i wish it could be on all the time.

    does the led ever turn on for any reason? mine is off even when charging


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    Not really to question 1. Turn it upside down. Wait a count of 2. Turn it back over. Active notifications will show.

    The led only lights when the phone is at a charge level that is too low to power the phone when you plug it in. As soon as the charge level reaches a point when the phone will operate, the led turns off.
     
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    Thanks... sounds easier to turn on screen than juggle the phone just to see notifications! LOL

    They've basically made led virtually useless too.

    I appreciate your explanation but hate the ui. I wish I could just leave notifications on screen all the time until batter level drops to 30% or something. They have these huge posters in vzw showing notifications on screen but don't mention they're hardly ever visible.

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    If it has been sitting a while you can also just move the phone or pick it up slightly. If you're going to flip it over then wait, might as well hit the power button.

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    Does it periodically turn on and off on its own? I think it was called "breathing" in the moto x. If so does anyone know the frequency?

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