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What does it mean when the Notification Light is blue when the Arc S boots?

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it is a sign to hit a button to enter recovery if you're using custom kernel
 
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it is a sign to hit a button to enter recovery if you're using custom kernel
I'm using Stock Sony kernal & I'm rooted and got CWM installed and getting, a blue notification light on boot.

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When it lights up it's time to press the back button to enter recovery


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When it lights up it's time to press the back button to enter recovery


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I've been using the CWM boot to recovery option in the installer to boot to recovery, is it safe to uninstall the CWM Auto installer or does it need to be installed for CWM to work.

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I've been using the CWM boot to recovery option in the installer to boot to recovery, is it safe to uninstall the CWM Auto installer or does it need to be installed for CWM to work.

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Yes you can uninstall the auto installer with out it affecting cwm.


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Yes you can uninstall the auto installer with out it affecting cwm.


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Since I upgraded my Arc S with the official update, the blue light is quite often flashing for no apparent reason when the phone is on, e.g. no sms, emails, missed calls etc. Does anyone know what that indicates? I know you've said it means about entering recovery when booting, but this is when the phone is fully booted. Cheers

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