Another Flashlight App for Windows Phone 7
For those of you having an HTC device, you must remember the flashlight application that comes by default in some devices. Now, XDA member hx4700 Killer gives us an alternative to have a different one. The ability to use your LED as a flashlight is so simple yet it comes in handy so often. The developer mentions that there are still some bugs to fix but the app is fully usable.
You can get it for free from the original thread and as always we encourage you to leave your feedback.
Originally posted by hx4700 Killer
[APP]Another Flashlight App 😀
Just for fun I wrote a flashlight app. I know, there are already a few others but this was a first dive in to a windows phone 7 app and I thought I would share
The only glitch I have seen is toggling QUICKLY between on and off doesnt work and the light stays on. Exitting usually fixes it, however if it doesnt then relaunch and the re-initialize of the camera will turn it off.
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