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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by JohnDoeJohnDoes, May 23, 2010.

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    My phone blinks green, blue, and red for different notifications.
    Is there anyway to change the color/turn these things off?
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    You must be running a 3rd party notification system, as the phone OS only does green for notifications, and red for dying battery.
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    there is a good free program called Blink on the market to control the colors. There are 12 colors in all.
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    Blink has some awful ratings... just checked it out, ha
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    I noticed that too, but it has always worked well for me which is kind of interesting. I've used it with Ultimate Droid, then Cyanogen/Koush after the whole debacle, and now with Bugless 1.0. Not sure if the other reviewers are doing something wrong, or maybe I screwed something up and made it work correctly! haha. It is a really straightforward program though, not sure how anyone could screw it up.

    EDIT: I did turn off the LED notification setting in the regular messaging app before enabling Blink, maybe that is why it works fine for me.
    Last edited: May 23, 2010
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    The phone also has a blue notification that comes with it
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