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Old 01-01-2009, 08:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm having some issues with my LED light notifications.I know when you get an email/text the light blinks red, here is my question... does it ever stop? I've noticed my light blinking green but I still have messages I haven't checked. Is there a time frame that it stops blinking red, or is there a certain signal that it doesn't blink red for?

Is there anyway to check to make sure my light indicator is on for emails and texts?

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Old 01-01-2009, 08:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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1. Yes, the red LED will stop blinking after about 15 mins from the last message or notification.
2. Set your alerts by editing your Profiles.
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Thanks for the info Jsanders, i always wondered why it quit blinking red, is there a way to make it stay red until i check it?
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Wondering the same thing, let me know!
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Nope, that is the way it works.

You can get BBAlerts extend the LED and audible notification until you stop it... look in the Aftermarket Software section here.
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Hello!
I am a fully newcomer as BBy-user and also as this forum user.
On the same topic of "LED light Issues", could somebody tell me where I can found explanations about:
- steady green LED light (it occurs sometimes during charging);
- steady red LED light.
When both of those "lightning situations" occur, it's impossible to do anything with the BBY (except if I disconect the batery).
Thanks in advance
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I know the steady lit green light while charging means the phone is fully charged. When you are charging the phone it will blink and yellow/green light and then be fully lit and bright green when finished.

The blinking red light means you have a message/missed call/ or email. As for the steady red light I don't know what that means, hopefully someone more knowledgable can help on that one, sorry!
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