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Old 06-02-2006, 10:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What do the different colors on the notification LED represent? I have seen blue, red, and green, but I can't find anything in the documentation that describes the different color's functions.

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Old 06-02-2006, 10:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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As far as a know.

Green - Got a good wirless signal.

Red - Got a message.

Blue - Connected to a Bluetooth device.
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Old 06-02-2006, 10:45 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default colors:
RED Flashing = New MSG
Green Flashing = Has signal (I turned that one off)
Blue Flashing = Bluethooth turned On

Charging Colors (Unit off/Standby)
Solid Green = Charged
Yellow/Amber fading in = Charging

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Oooo even better discription. I like it.
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blue- Bluetooth connected
green- normal
Red- No signal,new messages, missed calls, ect
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Color Description
Green The device is in an area of wireless coverage.
Red A new message has arrived.
Amber The battery is low.
Blue The device is connected to a Bluetooth device.
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Default colors:
RED Flashing = New MSG
Green Flashing = Has signal (I turned that one off)
Blue Flashing = Bluethooth turned On
Charging Colors (Unit off/Standby)
Solid Green = Charged
Yellow fading in = Charging

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how do you turn the flashing green one off? is it doable on the 8700 that you know of?
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try options > screen/keyboard > LED Coverage
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try options > screen/keyboard > LED Coverage
thank you very much Raven
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when my 8700 is off and it is charging, it flashes green until fully charged, then it is solid green.
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I too turned off green signal indicator. Wish you could customzie...such as green-sms/mms, red-email.
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and my turn now _
if red is flashing at normal speed then you has message/email/sms
if it is flashing at faster speed then you have a chat request from yahoo IM etc.
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when my 8700 is off and it is charging, it flashes green until fully charged, then it is solid green.
Does this only happen when the 8700 is off? Maybe I'm not charging long enough but I have never had it at a steady green while charging with it on.
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when my 8700 is off and it is charging, it flashes green until fully charged, then it is solid green.
Does this only happen when the 8700 is off? Maybe I'm not charging long enough but I have never had it at a steady green while charging with it on.
Yes, only when it power is off does that happen.
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Yes, only when it power is off does that happen.
Thanks for the clarification.
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Blue is for when you are connected to bluetooth, red is when you have no service and green is when you have service.
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mine doesnt blink anything with no service. Red for messages.
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if red is flashing at normal speed then you has message/email/sms
if it is flashing at faster speed then you have a chat request from yahoo IM etc.
never noticed that but i will have to watch.
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