LED flashlight

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  1. darkmatter

    darkmatter Member

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    So, I was at the zoo at night. Everyone had their cell phones out, with the led flashlights going to get better looks at the critters (we were in the snake/reptile exhibit).

    The led on the d3 was significantly brighter and room filling (if that makes sense) than any other phone that anyone had. I guess it was kinds like a spotlight vs floodlight. The d3's led seemed to illuminate everything much more.

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    Cool story.

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    It seems MotoTorch doesn't work on the D3. Anyone know of a LED flashlight app that does?
     
  4. darkmatter

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    I'm using the one that was free app of the day from amazon, not sure of the name offhand. The widget works fine. Takes a sec to work after you hit it though.
     
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    DroidLight by Motorola Mobility works with the D3 just as it did with the D1.
     
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    Tiny Flashlight works also
     
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    Maybe they had theirs on a low setting. I know my flashlight has numerous intensity settings.

    but poor nocturnal reptiles getting a face full of flashes.
     
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    Tesla is another

    sent from my dThree