Capacitive Lights?

Discussion in 'HTC Rezound' started by LtKen, Dec 31, 2011.

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    Now that we have root, does anyone know how to modify the light controller for the capacitive buttons? I dont like how it has to be almost pitch black for them to come on, and I'd like to decrease (increase?) the sensitivity so they're more likely to come on. I'd also be happy with a hack that keeps them on all the time, with the screen.

    Thanks in advance.
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    I hear ya. I complained about this to HTC Support. They said they'd pass the info on to their technical dept. Hopefully, a firmware update will address this. We shouldn't have to root our phones to correct this problem. Didn't anyone at HTC bother to test this out before production? Apparently not.

    Feel free to voice your discontent at the below link. The more complaints, the better the chances they'll fix it.


    HTC Mobile Phones - Customer Service - E-mail Support



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