BacklightNotification for Samsung i9000 on Eclair
For those of you wanting backlight notification for incoming notifications on your Samsung Galaxy S i9000, you’ve now got it courtesy of XDA forum member neldar.
The mod replaces the old kernel with a modified kernel that includes a backlight patch and some additional modules for lagfix and VPN support.
Currently, the mod only supports the Galaxy S i9000 running only Android 2.0/2.1 (Eclair). Bugs include battery drain and not all Samsung or Touchwiz apps support the LED notifications.
For more information, full credits and to to try out the modification, head on over to the forum thread.
You’ll need to download the zip file and apply as an update.zip.
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