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Old 10-05-2006, 09:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We all know the flashing blue indictor light on upper-right-hand corner indicts the status of connection between wireless net work and your phone.

It seems sometimes the light would stop flashing even with excellent reception signal strength, do anyone know why and what cause this to happen?
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I found out sometime the led light stopped flashing even I have set the led on. I have to set it off the reset it on in order to see the led flashing. It happens to the hide sent mail option. Sometime the hidden sent mail will become unhidden so I have to change the option to no, save it, change back to yes in order to hide the send mail. I found out it happens everything after I have a hard reboot or remove battery
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I understood:

Flashing Green = wireless network connection (your service provider)
Flashing Blue - Bluetooth connection
Flashing Red = New message indicator
Flashing Yellow = Low battery

oh yea,
Solid Red = Drop the phone, run like hell
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Does anyone know if there's a way to turn off the Bluetooth connection flashing light? Flashing LED's actually annoy me to no end. I turned off the green network connection LED, but haven't found where to turn off the BT one.

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I understood:

Flashing Green = wireless network connection (your service provider)
Flashing Blue - Bluetooth connection
Flashing Red = New message indicator
Flashing Yellow = Low battery

oh yea,
Solid Red = Drop the phone, run like hell
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Does anyone know if there's a way to turn off the Bluetooth connection flashing light? Flashing LED's actually annoy me to no end. I turned off the green network connection LED, but haven't found where to turn off the BT one.

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AFAIK, only the network coverage can be turned off. Red stays for about 15 min after a new message and blue is just blue.
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I found out sometime the led light stopped flashing even I have set the led on. I have to set it off the reset it on in order to see the led flashing. It happens to the hide sent mail option. Sometime the hidden sent mail will become unhidden so I have to change the option to no, save it, change back to yes in order to hide the send mail. I found out it happens everything after I have a hard reboot or remove battery
per my post, i wonder if it is an OS issue (bug).
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