Still can't fix LED notification

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  1. beowulf3

    beowulf3 New Member

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    Running latest stable Bugless on D1

    I cannot get LED notifications to work! Not for Handcent, Gmail, or Missed Calls! I have quadruple checked all the settings in each app and they are correct. Not even the "Blink" app from the market can get my LED to flash :frown:

    I have searched multiple forum sites for a solution...to no avail...

    Any help will be greatly apprectiated :)
     
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    I was using MIUI before I switched back to BB and I set my SMS/MMS notifications to blue and in spite of wiping data and cache twice before installing BB, my messaging notifications still flash blue. Perhaps you could set your notifications in CM or UD and then flash back to BB? It's a pain, but it might work.

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    Well I had CM before I flashed Bugless (BB is running much faster and smoother btw). None of my notifications worked in CM either.
     
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    Here's a stupid question - do any of your LED notifications work? Could your LED be bad?

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    I suppose that is possible. But it worked right up until the minute I flashed CM for the first time. So I think that is unlikely.
     
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    I'm on the same boat as you. I've been jumping quite a bit of ROMs so I can't pinpoint which is the culprit or if it's actually just my Droid.

    I did flash BB one time and my LED started lighting up again, but after a few hours it stopped. It possibly might be something with the wiring inside my Droid, but it started flashing the LED when I dropped my phone.

    I've had a couple of suggestions on reverting it back to stock and reflashing everything and it didn't seem to help as well.

    I highly doubt that our LED lights died because they're suppose to last years and mines barely even a year old.

    I'll keep you up to date if I ever find a solution.
     
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    Well, I never had LED issues, but you could try flashing MIUI like I did.

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    Thanks :)

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    Try missed reminder from market
     
  10. iM MinTz

    iM MinTz New Member

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    Got a quick question for you, do you use the LED light on your phone quite a bit? The camera LED is what I'm talking about. I wanted to say that this was the culprit of the green LED not working anymore.

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    beowulf3 New Member

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    Not particularly? Only occasionally with Droidlight. Just curious: how would that affect my notification LED??

    I tried Missed Reminder and no luck.

    Update: !!!!!! I was playing racquetball for over an hour (so I didn't check text messages) and when I pulled my Droid out of my bookbag the led was flashing green!!!! And fast (faster than stock) which only could have come from my handcent settings.

    I tried to repeat this by sending myself a message and not touching the phone for about 45 mins but I couldn't get the darned thint to blink again!?!?!
     
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    I was thinking the wiring or something falculty could have messed up our notification light.

    And interesting... like I mentioned earlier, during class I dropped my phone on the cement floor and after that my notification light started working for about an hour or 2. It's quite interesting.

    I wanna say some kind of wiring got loose in our phones which causes the notification light not to blink.

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