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Old 06-21-2008, 07:13 PM
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HTC Touch notification led

Is there a way to disable teh notification leds on the HTC Touch.
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Old 06-21-2008, 07:27 PM
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

I believe No2Chem's nueLED will do what you're asking

nueLED - configure/customize your LEDs...
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Old 06-30-2008, 11:09 PM
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

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I believe No2Chem's nueLED will do what you're asking

nueLED - configure/customize your LEDs...
Sure, that solves the "issue", but you need to have it running on background all the time (and can't be properly unisntalled, BTW). So, isn't there a way to disable the signal LED by modifying the reg?
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

No, you misunderstand the use of this program.

It goes in and automatically changes the registry entries for you.

All that is required afterwards is you to wait a little bit, soft reset your phone, and you can even uninstall the program.

Just make sure you read completely through a thread before you correct someone who's taken the time to read the whole thing
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:30 PM
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

Sorry dude, but I did read the whole thread (this and No2Chem's) before posting. Also tried the app and --tried to-- uninstall it before posting.

BTW, after some re-research found that I'm not the only one standing this.

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Re: HTC Touch notification led

I am using the program and have not had any issues and can install and uninstall it with no problems.
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

same here!!!
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

been using this since i first got my phone..works great, no issues. uninstalled it once by accident...stop being paranoid
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Re: HTC Touch notification led

is there a way to make the LED a solid coor for when u receive a message rather then it flashing.. or make it flash quicker.... i catch myself starring at phone to see if led is flashing... prob quicker for me to just turn on
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