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Old 10-17-2006, 12:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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After I receive a phone call, my flashing green LED stops flashing and becomes solid green. I can't find a reference to this anywhere...does anyone know what this means? I have no unread messages, missed calls, etc. The solid LED will stay that way for hours until I shut off the device. Any help would be appreciated!
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The SEARCH button is your friend... you knew enough to upgrade your software to the Rogers version, but not enough to search for the solution to your issue? Shame... shame... shame...

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After I receive a phone call, my flashing green LED stops flashing and becomes solid green. I can't find a reference to this anywhere...does anyone know what this means? I have no unread messages, missed calls, etc. The solid LED will stay that way for hours until I shut off the device. Any help would be appreciated!

This has been addressed ad invinitim (sp) on this board.
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After I receive a phone call, my flashing green LED stops flashing and becomes solid green. I can't find a reference to this anywhere...does anyone know what this means? I have no unread messages, missed calls, etc. The solid LED will stay that way for hours until I shut off the device. Any help would be appreciated!
unfortunate bug with the Rogers update...just turn "wireless" off for a second and then back on and your all set.

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no wonder i could not figure this out.
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Is that the only temporary fix right now?

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I just send myself a message. Anything to change the signal indicator will make it go back to normal. Turning the wireless of is more cumbersome, IMHO. My luck I would miss a call or something while it was off or attaching to the network.

Supposedly, if you upgrade to the newer OS on this site, it fixes the issue. Im upgrading as we speak to rid mine of this problem.
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I followed someone's advice and did the following and it's worked perfectly for me:
Phone > Options > General Options > Ringtone Lighting > Off

When I had my Ringtone Lighting set to 'Trackball', it happened all of the time. I hope this helps and a thousand apologies to those people who are offended by seeing this thread again.
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I followed someone's advice and did the following and it's worked perfectly for me:
Phone > Options > General Options > Ringtone Lighting > Off

When I had my Ringtone Lighting set to 'Trackball', it happened all of the time. I hope this helps and a thousand apologies to those people who are offended by seeing this thread again.
This problem is fixed in the O2 software that has been released...

http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...-2-0-64-a.html

Just verified that I can use 'Trackball' for visual notifications and not have the green LED stay lit after a call...

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