orb3000 · Jul 6, 2011 at 03:00 am

TeslaLED for Android updated

Want to have a full LED application for your Androids? XDA member kevin@TeslaCoil presents TeslaLED on it´s updated 3.0 version with many visual changes on a fresh re-write. Select monochrome, HTC Sense, classic, Morse, and power control modes for your LEDs, LED Flashlight, strobe/Morse code and the option to keep LED on with screen off. The application includes different widget styles.
You can get it for free on the original thread and with no adds!.

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Originally posted by kevin@TeslaCoil
[APP] TeslaLED 3.0 beta

TeslaLED is an LED flashlight app for many phones. TeslaLED has been out for over a year, but TeslaLED 3.0 beta is a fresh rewrite (giving me an test bed to try some new development ideas and tools).

Features of TeslaLED:
LED Flashlight
Strobe/Morse Code
Keep LED on with screen off (May flicker once)
Different widget styles
Free and No ads

TeslaLED is known to work on the following devices. It may work on other devices as well, but may require changing the “LED Method” in preferences.
Nexus One, Nexus S
Motorola Droid, Droid X, Droid 2, Atrix
HTC EVO, Droid Incredible, Thunderbolt, Desire, Desire HD, MyTouch 3G Slide, T-Mobile G2, Legend
Galaxy S II i9100
Galaxy S Epic and Fascinate (Strobe/Morse code do not work)
Galaxy Tab 7″ and 10.1″
Xoom
Acer A500

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