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Old 12-24-2006, 06:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can this green light be disabled? i am not a fan of it. it annoys me...

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this has been answered a lot of times...but anyway.

Go to OPTIONS
Click SCREEN/KEYBOARD
Click LED coverage Indicator
Trun it off
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this has been answered a lot of times...but anyway.

Go to OPTIONS
Click SCREEN/KEYBOARD
Click LED coverage Indicator
Trun it off

thank you. that light alone lit up my entire room at night. i knew there was an option for it somewhere, but sometimes looking through the diff menus just takes to long.

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Yeah...I hated it too. I did get a good explanation of why you might want to have the light on though. This person worked in a building that had "so so" phone coverage. The green light (or lack there of) told them the status of the phone's coverage. That way they didn't have to keep grabbing their phone and seeing if it had coverage. Important for emails coming in.

But yes, to me..the green coverage light is annoying.
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I still say to put it in Jello and the light will be less.
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Yeah...I hated it too. I did get a good explanation of why you might want to have the light on though. This person worked in a building that had "so so" phone coverage. The green light (or lack there of) told them the status of the phone's coverage. That way they didn't have to keep grabbing their phone and seeing if it had coverage. Important for emails coming in.

But yes, to me..the green coverage light is annoying.

good point, there is def a reason for the light or else they wouldnt have it on the phone. for me though, its not a big deal. i grab my phone so often for checking the time and using it for calls i get a pretty good idea of when it has coverage. if i needed it like the person above, then i would def keep it on.

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Old 12-24-2006, 10:41 PM   #7 (permalink)
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