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[App] Hero Notifications - Removed LEDs 10/12/2009

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By jinx10000, Senior Member on 27th September 2009, 07:30 AM
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Sounds like Fictionles worked the bugs out. You should try his version, it is fully functional LEDs for Hero. They work almost exactly the same as on cupcake.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=569586


HeroNotifier: 10/12/2009
-NO LEDs on this version.
-Repeatedly Vibrates and Plays Default Notification Sound after missed call, incoming text message, gmail, or calendar event.
-Set the time between notifications
-Options to turn off vibrate or sound notification
-Obeys silent and vibrate mode
-Will not conflict with Fictionles awesome new HeroLED.
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27th September 2009, 07:36 AM |#2  
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if I installed HeroLed.apk do I need to uninstall that before installing this? thanks! great work!
27th September 2009, 07:37 AM |#3  
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if I installed HeroLed.apk do I need to uninstall that before installing this? thanks! great work!

Yes you would.
27th September 2009, 07:55 AM |#4  
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i downloaded it, downloading again..
27th September 2009, 08:20 AM |#5  
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Jinx could you give a little more info on how to drop this in.. would i just flash this ,adb or somthing other?
27th September 2009, 08:24 AM |#6  
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In the zip file is a file with an .apk extension.

You can either copy it to the sdcard and install with a free program like Astro file manager from market, or you can ADB install it.

One way to ADB install if you use adb.
- Copy file to c drive.
- open cmd prompt
- type adb install c:\BlinkingHeroLED.apk

Should be all there is to it.
27th September 2009, 08:27 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by jinx10000

In the zip file is a file with an .apk extension.

You can either copy it to the sdcard and install with a free program like Astro file manager from market, or you can ADB install it.

One way to ADB install if you use adb.
- Copy file to c drive.
- open cmd prompt
- type adb install c:\BlinkingHeroLED.apk

Should be all there is to it.

ok let me give it a go with astro since i already have it on the card..
27th September 2009, 08:33 AM |#8  
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how does this really look like? any SS?
27th September 2009, 08:35 AM |#9  
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Attached app provides a bright blinking purple LED for HERO.

The LED begins blinking after a missed call or incoming text message.

It also has charging LEDs.

Must click on the created notification or the app shortcut to kill the flashing LED. The blinking LED will auto kill itself when the phone is answered or a new call is made.

Most of the thanks for this goes to Fictionles, Zillode, and Shafty. A lot of the code in this program comes from them.

I will probably clean up the code a little later. It appears to be fully functional but has not gone through much testing. Obviously, use at your own risk.

Reboot after install for charge LEDs.

Sorry for double posting but thought this may deserve its own thread.

Source and app in included zip.

First file posted did not have the blinking text messages. I don't think anyone downloaded it.

I was just testing a new beta that I cooked up with BLAZING purple lights. I think they are pretty cool. Will probably include this if it's OK with the author! ?
27th September 2009, 08:39 AM |#10  
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I was just testing a new beta that I cooked up with BLAZING purple lights. I think they are pretty cool. Will probably include this if it's OK with the author! ?

Absolutely. As I said in the first post, much of the code came from others.

Keep in mind, code is still rough because I haven't had time to polish it or really test it.
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its working !! im using it with smspopup still needs mothers shinola but hey it blinks and then sends a kill text. it worked when i called,and texted myself thanks !!
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