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may I ask why? to save battery maybe?
Looks better off, I disabled the lights awhile ago, haven't noticed a noticeable increase of battery though.

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Even in stock jb rom , you can disable the lights. Simply go to settings - display. There'll an option for hardware keys backlight. Uncheck the option.

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