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Old 01-29-2010, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, Can anyone help me to find an app where you can customize your LED ?
I tried Blink 3.61 and BerryBuzzer but both are trials. I was wondering if there was a free application.

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Old 01-29-2010, 05:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think BerryBuzz has a free version out there nowadays.

I purchased BerryBuzz well worth it, and its only 5 bucks or so I think.
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I purchased BerryBuzz well worth it, and its only 5 bucks or so I think.
Seconded. BerryBuzz + SmartAlerts here. Worth every penny.
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Wirelessly posted (8520 (5.0.0.411))

A free alternative, but with limited features unless you buy the full version is BeBuzz.
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OH CRAP! speaking of which, i just got the 9700, and i have to yet swap over, do i have to repurchase berrybuzz? or can i email bellshare and ask them to update?
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OH CRAP! speaking of which, i just got the 9700, and i have to yet swap over, do i have to repurchase berrybuzz? or can i email bellshare and ask them to update?
You should be able to change the PIN by going to your account at whatever store you purchased the App from - I was able to do this easily at Mobihand when I purchased my 9700 and it simply issued new license keys for all of my apps. Took me about a minute.

Alternatively there is a tool to switch devices at the Bellshare Website.
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You should be able to change the PIN by going to your account at whatever store you purchased the App from - I was able to do this easily at Mobihand when I purchased my 9700 and it simply issued new license keys for all of my apps. Took me about a minute.

Alternatively there is a tool to switch devices at the Bellshare Website.
thanks so much i'll look into in when i get the 9700 up and running!!
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ColorID is another.

-edit- It depends your level of customization. Per contact basis? Or per type of alert etc etc? Most everything costs $. There are freeware limited bebuzz & colorid (as previously mentioned) which allow very few features.

There are also limited trials for:
alertmatrix
berrybuzz

And some IM apps have this ability built in ( Jivetalk).

Note: I have a paid for both jivetalk & alertmatrix
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