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Old 07-10-2009, 12:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I plug my mains charger into my Storm I get a flashing 'green' LED (front top right) but no 'red' LED - flashing or otherwise.

Also, the battery symbol on the screen is 'red' in colour with a yellow lightning bolt graphic through it: shouldn't this battery symbol be 'white' with a yellow lightning bolt if the unit is charging correctly?

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When I plug my mains charger into my Storm I get a flashing 'green' LED (front top right) but no 'red' LED - flashing or otherwise.

Also, the battery symbol on the screen is 'red' in colour with a yellow lightning bolt graphic through it: shouldn't this battery symbol be 'white' with a yellow lightning bolt if the unit is charging correctly?

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The flashing green light is indicating that you have signal, you won't get a red light when charging.

The battery symbol is normal. If it is flashing then it means it is charging.
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When your Storm is completely powered off or the battery is fully drained, you will get a flashing amber (green/yellow) light when charging. Flashing red indicates either a new message or incoming call.
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