Led light

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    Do any of you know a app that can change the color of my led light. I've had go SMS.... go sick of that so I went back to the regular text, but the color is green for a text notification. Any wayvto change that on the phone , if not then what app would you recommend? Thanks

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    Light Flow would be one to look at. It's available both free and paid.
     
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    You know what i miss? When i owned the og incredible, its LED would stay lit orange when it was charging and turn green to indicate it was at full charge.

    Is there an app that can do this for our bionics?
     
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    I think Light Flow will do that too. I think I remember seeing a setting somewhere for that. The only drawback to Light Flow (if you actually consider this a draw back) is it requires root. :)
     
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    According to the FAQ of Light Flow at Light Flow - FAQs

    Some phones require root access for Light Flow to control the LEDs, some you can get more control by rooting and others it makes no difference to at all, the app will try to automatically disable options if you are not rooted, but still display them so that you can see the differences possible by having a rooted phone.

    You can install Light Flow Lite, which is free, and see if it works. If it does you can get the paid version, which'll do more.