The LED in action!

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  1. tgyberg

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    Wow. That was so quick, I had to play it a couple of times because I was blinking at the same time the light was.

    Sure can't wait to see it in person!!
     
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    I think he said, and excuse me my German is rusty, " wow look at that bad ass notification light blink."
     
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    ^It was pretty exciting! ;)
     
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    Two blinks for yes. That phone gets sexier and sexier every time I see it in action.
     
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    Not to dump on your guys' parade--but that blinking is SO slow--when compared to the OG Droid's. Wouldn't you agree?
     
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    I actually prefer that the LED stays solid and doesnt blink at all. That's how I had it on the D1 and X.
     
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    You'll be able to adjust the speed easily with an app.
     
  9. Felix 222

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    I agree, but I'm sure it will easily be remedied, whether it's provided by an app or custom rom.

    EDIT: Liderc beat me to it.
     
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    I don't wanna use a Custom ROM on this at first. I love ICS stock. I'll root it, but that'll be it for a few months/weeks/days.

    An app? I don't wanna use some poorly built LED notification app some guy built.
    Sorry if I sound like a pessimist; I'm not intentionally doing it. :p
     
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    I definitely want this phone. [Proof] I just got super pumped about a blinking LED :icon_ lala:
     
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    Its all black and sick looking, then POW!! It hits you with a sexy glow. I want.