WenWM · Jul 9, 2010 at 06:00 am

Flash Light App For Xperia X2

The HD2, Droid, and other new devices have made pocket flashlight very popular with the masses, and the X2 owners can now enjoy this. In a not so recent post by XDA member TrashKalmar, he created a new way to light up your world. This application is very simple all you have to do is install and enjoy.

I have found this sort of applications very useful in my daily life. I use my HD2 flashlight to get around the house at 12 AM while people try to sleep, make people mad at movie theaters, and more.

Simple application to use your camera flash LED as pocket torch.
Hope, will be usefull.
Version
1.10:

  • Added option to turn on the light on program startup

Give your device a new shine over at the application thread.


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