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    Question LED Notification settings?

    I have Android 2.3.4 and I'm wanting to have my phone's LED flash when I get an email, txt, missed call, etc. Does Gingerbread have this capability built in or do I have to install an app?


    Thanks for the help (ahead of time),
    ScottHilt
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    CyanogenMod Rom has it built in. You can get trackball alert and there's another app that the name
    slipped my mind at the moment.

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    Well first your hardware must have a LED.

    Next, led notifications has been in Android since long before gingerbread, so yes gingerbread supports it.


    Finally, it's all up to the apps after that. Gmail, messaging, etc have options to make the led flash when you get an email or message. Yet the google+ apps left that option out....

    There are apps on the marker that can intercept notifications and make the led flash even when the apps doesn't support it. It's what's integrated in cyanogenmod, since it gives a lot more control over the led notifications.

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    I don't have a LED notification indicator and I downloaded the app "Noled". I think it works great with very little battery drain. Love it.
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