[APP] Optimus 3D touch LED notifications
I've modified Martin Börjesson's app
to work on our beloved Optimus 3D.
What does it do, you ask?
It makes the LED under touch buttons blink in interval you select on several events - unread Gmail, SMS or missed calls. Even more, it can listen to notifications generated by any other application.
- can make the LEDs under touch buttons blink after there is a notification (new SMS, mail, instant message, etc.)
- can keep the LEDs lit while the screen is on (if you like to keep them shining)
- can decrease the timeout after keypress (if you don't like the LEDs shining for so long after keypress)
- superuser rights (root)
- something to install apk
1) Download APK from link: O3D LEDs v. 1.4
2) Install with your favourite file manager
After installation it will ask you to grant root rights. It is necessary to ALLOW
- Timeout after keypress reacts only on the first keypress. If there are any other keypresses during the default system timeout (~3s), the LEDs won't be lit. (can't be fixed)
- LEDs fading doesn't work (and probably never will)
- Change of brightness doesn't work (and probably never will)
- according to Martin Börjesson "Gmail 2.3.5+ no longer works with the built-in Gmail-check. To get it to work again Gmail has to be disabled in Notifications and then added as a monitored activity (Notifications -> Monitored activites -> Gmail)."
- More complex scenarios for LEDs and vibrations
added: support for ICS (SU760 port by xbsall
important: you have to check Settings - Display - Front key light - Turn on front key light.
(there is no need to upgrade from 1.3 if you don't have ICS on P920 or SU760. It won't allow the upgrade anyway, because I screwed up)
added: simple widget
added: you can now set the leds' "after keypress" timeout
better way to check for superuser (thanks go again to Martin Börjesson)
fixed: FC on start
fixed: LEDs sometimes stayed on when the screen turned off
added: LEDs can stay on while the screen is on
fix: battery issue
removed: accelerometer something
removed: fading options
added O3D support
Big thanks to Martin Börjesson for making his app open-source.