Notification Application

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  1. Wintrmte

    Wintrmte New Member

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    All,

    I recently had to replace my Motorola Droid and I had an application that would allow me to set custom LED colors based on which kind of notification I had waiting for my attention.

    Specifically, it let me setup an LED notification for when I received gmail messages and such.

    For the life of me, I cannot seem to remember which application that was. :( Anyone know of such an app?
     
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    smspopup i know lets you customize led
     
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    Handcent...one of my favs.

    :D

    ~S
     
  4. Wintrmte

    Wintrmte New Member

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    Thanks for the replies -- will Hancent do LED notifications based on Gmail new messages, though?
     
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    I'm not completely clear on what you are asking, so I will tell you how it works for me and you can decide.

    I have one color set up for text messages; one color set up for missed calls (probably the same for voicemails, but I never really noticed); and the green default I left alone and that's how I know I have emails (gmail).

    I love it because I don't have to 'wake up' my phone to see what I may have missed.

    Plus? It's free, can't hurt to try it.

    ~S
     
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    try missed call
     
  7. sherylhs

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    Actually, I use both. I use missed call to 'announce' my calls.

    :rolleyes:
     
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    I have Missed Call, but how do I set it up to notify on new email though? If I add a new service, I don't see Email listed.
     
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    It's not included in Missed Call... you have to suffer with the green LED...

    k9mail has the ability (with another program off the market) to display an SMSpopup-like alert when you have a new email message... however, it was really buggy for me when I tried it...
     
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    That's the funny thing, I used to have the green LED notification prior to replacing my phone, now I don't have it at all. I'm just trying to figure out how I get the green notification LED back..
     
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