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Default BLINKING LIGHT ON 7100t

First off I am new to BB and I have looked for this topic and found nothing.

Can the "Green" & "Red" blinging light be turned off. I know my phone is on since I can see the screen but I would like to turn that feature off.

Please advise this "Newbe" to you ways. Sorry in advance if this is a redundant post.
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The red light is your message notification light and can be disabled in your profiles


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Old 01-10-2005, 12:37 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The green light is a network notification light - you have a network connection (no, don't ask why they did it - I have no clue).

To turn off the green light, go into Settings / Options / Screen/Keyboard and set the "LED Coverage Indicator" to Off.
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You are all great, I sincerely thank you very much
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I do love my blue light when connected with bluetooth...that I wish would always stay on.
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