WenWM · Apr 2, 2010 at 04:21 pm

Trackball Notifications Mod Updated

We have talked about trackball mods before, and it’s time to give you an update. This mod has been doing a great job in making life a little easier by making your phone a little easier to use. The ability for your phone’s trackball to change color gives you a heads up on what’s happening. This function is only available in certain phones, and the nexus one is one of the devices that is compatible.

Originally posted by metalhead8816
Changelog:
v0.5:

  • Updated to use the new breathing light code. (Sorry for the long wait)

v0.4:

  • Fixed to use the eclair branch code instead of donut
  • Options for flashing while screen on, at all work now (eclair options)
  • Fixed the sleeping issue. Should now work with the screen off.

v0.3:

  • Hopefully a fix for the issue of the notifications not staying awake.
  • More debugging output so people can get me some logs.

v0.2:

  • Fix for multiple notifications of the same color.

v0.1:

  • Initial version with succession

You can find more information about this app in the application thread.


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