Noled app

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  1. rumblee1

    rumblee1 Member

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    I'm using the Noled app since Samsung doesn't believe in a led notification light. The app does work, but I've tried all configurations and this app has a tremendous appetite for power. Just a really huge battery killer. Anyone else having this issue? Any help to prevent? Thanks.

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    i dont have an answer for you but i was curious,
    whats the big deal with the led? if you have notification reminders set the lack of led seems minor to me. if you had a need to run in silent mode for long periods i could see a need but even then i would use vibrate only if i had too.
    just my opinion, any other scenarios that could enlighten me are welcome.
     
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    Thought I would miss it the first time I discharged my phone and I wouldn't have a way to see when it was charged, and then a cool little charging image came up on my screen (albeit, very iPhone like).

    Gotta say, pretty pleasantly surprised coming from a Droid Inc.
     
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    I have completely gotten used to it. Kinda miss it but I don't mind not having one now

    Sent from my droid charge
     
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    Indeed, I was the same way...I miss it a little, but I've quickly gotten used to it...
     
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    the app kills battery because it keeps the screen on when you get a notification...it is actively running, displaying that little fake LED, which prevents the phone from going into sleep properly...it's really not worth it. I've heard that you can find an app on the market which will allow you to use the LED backlight for the hard keys as your notifications...but I haven't really looked into it..
     
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    Installed it once on my fascinate and the battery was dead before lunch.... not a big fan of the app.
     
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    NOLED killed my battery too... it was only on my device for 2 days before I gave up on it.

    way too power hungry.
     
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    Thanks. UnInstalled app. Getting used to no led notifications. Put on vibrate. That's doing the trick. No more battery hog.

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    Use the app myself and love it. I work in a shop so I rarely hear any notifications. Sometimes I won't even hear the phone calls. I don't carry my phone around either since I have broken screens in the past being in my pocket.

    You just have to remember the more the indicators jump around, the more power it uses. I have mine set to move every 10 seconds. Another option is to dim the indicators. Another power saver. Needless to say, I don't have any power drain problems. Unless you let the indicator display all day, I don't see how it kills your battery.
     
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