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[HOW TO] Using Light flow on HTC One M8

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24th September 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #31  
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Yes, the phone settings, not app specific settings. There should only be one to uncheck.
Have you tried rebooting the phone? Sometimes I get a charging LED too, but it's pretty rare. In that case I just unplug and replug the charger or reboot the phone.

This is what my LED settings look like:
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24th September 2014, 04:00 PM   |  #32  
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This is what my LED settings look like:

Doesn't look the same in stock Android, but never mind. I just checked my settings and I have LED notifications checked, so that obviously doesn't make a difference.

Sorry, can't help you then.
24th September 2014, 11:49 PM   |  #33  
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Light Flow is working great for me, except when the phone is charging. I'm not getting notifications while it's charging. I just get the standard amber solid light while charging, and solid green when charged. I used all the settings from the OP.

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Yes, the phone settings, not app specific settings. There should only be one to uncheck.
Have you tried rebooting the phone? Sometimes I get a charging LED too, but it's pretty rare. In that case I just unplug and replug the charger or reboot the phone.

Go to Light Flow settings, then Sleep settings, then scroll to Charge settings and untick Enable charge settings. Then you will get notifications when charging.
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25th September 2014, 12:09 AM   |  #34  
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The charge settings is not enabled as default and I assume he has not done it himself.
25th September 2014, 12:20 AM   |  #35  
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It's not hard to check... With those settings I have notifications led when charging.
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It's not hard to check... With those settings I have notifications led when charging.

Yeah, it's already unchecked. I'm running Viper ROM, so maybe that's why I have so many items I can check or uncheck in the LED settings?
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I'm on Viper rom too, LF is working well, I have not change anything in Viper settings related to buttons and leds, everything is on default settings...

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