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  1. DevilDogMP

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    Is it possible to make my notification light flash white whenever I get a notification from somewhere? Just wondering.

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    I think the app LightFlow is designed for doing things like that, but i'm not sure.
     
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    Light Flow does do that, BUT, After many discussions with the Dev. and after trying white LED(root only) The LED appears to be pinkish, not quite white. The dev said it had something to do with the phone itself, because light flow on my DX2 rooted, showed a White light
     
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    It works! ! Thankyou!!!

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    Why can't I change the twitter led????

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    Is it actually white white?


    You may have to disable LED notifications in the twitter app too.



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    Thanks and on a scale from 1 to 10 of being white white its about 8.5

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    Yeah, mine is like a light light pinkish color...
     
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    Yup but I barley notice I love it!

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    Does yours flash even if you don't have a notification?

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    Takes some getting used to, but you have to adjust the "clear notification" settings

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