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25th August 2012, 12:00 PM   |  #1  
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Just asking if its too fruity to ask wether or not there is an app out there to make the Xperia U have a multicoloured led bar constant as opposed to a single colour.
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25th August 2012, 01:47 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by jaydn.degraaf

Just asking if its too fruity to ask wether or not there is an app out there to make the Xperia U have a multicoloured led bar constant as opposed to a single colour.


There is no app for it but u can do it manually by:

going to /sys/class/leds/ and changing the value of file "brightness" from 0-255 by openinng it in file editor.

there will be 3 folder per led bulb side , like :
m-key- blue
m-key-red
m-key-green

like this m, r, l
m=middle
r=right
l=left

change values of the"brightness" of say random folders . example:
set value of brightness in "m-key-blue to 100
--------------------m-key-red to 90

and for l-key-green to 80
red to 90


play with it randomly and u will get what u want .............
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25th August 2012, 02:06 PM   |  #3  
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Holy amazing batman! Thanks for the super quick reply

Will give it a hoon now.

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25th August 2012, 03:35 PM   |  #4  
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Also found this for what it's worth.

play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.rckmn.leds.u.ctrl

Quirky but might be useful to some.
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Yup the best app by best dev
Greatly useful

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27th December 2012, 02:02 PM   |  #6  
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This seems very helpful but how do you get to the 'sys' folder in the first place?
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There is no app for it but u can do it manually by:

going to /sys/class/leds/ and changing the value of file "brightness" from 0-255 by openinng it in file editor.

there will be 3 folder per led bulb side , like :
m-key- blue
m-key-red
m-key-green

like this m, r, l
m=middle
r=right
l=left

change values of the"brightness" of say random folders . example:
set value of brightness in "m-key-blue to 100
--------------------m-key-red to 90

and for l-key-green to 80
red to 90


play with it randomly and u will get what u want .............

This seems very helpful but how do you get to the 'sys' folder in the first place?
28th December 2012, 08:58 AM   |  #7  
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This seems very helpful but how do you get to the 'sys' folder in the first place?

Needs root
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Originally Posted by jitin02

There is no app for it but u can do it manually by:

going to /sys/class/leds/ and changing the value of file "brightness" from 0-255 by openinng it in file editor.

there will be 3 folder per led bulb side , like :
m-key- blue
m-key-red
m-key-green

like this m, r, l
m=middle
r=right
l=left

change values of the"brightness" of say random folders . example:
set value of brightness in "m-key-blue to 100
--------------------m-key-red to 90

and for l-key-green to 80
red to 90


play with it randomly and u will get what u want .............

Hi! I used Root Explorer and mounted R/W, went to leds folder, and let's say, I edit blue brightness, I sucessufully get the color diferente when I save, but then when Led goes off, comes back with the previous default color. I'm a using Infinity ROM if that makes a difference...
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led bar does not turn off
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Originally Posted by jitin02

There is no app for it but u can do it manually by:

going to /sys/class/leds/ and changing the value of file "brightness" from 0-255 by openinng it in file editor.

there will be 3 folder per led bulb side , like :
m-key- blue
m-key-red
m-key-green

like this m, r, l
m=middle
r=right
l=left

change values of the"brightness" of say random folders . example:
set value of brightness in "m-key-blue to 100
--------------------m-key-red to 90

and for l-key-green to 80
red to 90


play with it randomly and u will get what u want .............


I edited the files and successfully got the colors I choosed. However the leds never go off. Any ideas? thanks in advance
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I edited the files and successfully got the colors I choosed. However the leds never go off. Any ideas? thanks in advance

I have the same problem, any ideas?

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