TrackballColorNotify 1.0beta3 Available for NexusOne
In the old days of the TouchPro1 and Diamond One, colored notifications were very popular, and now one forum member is bring it back to the Nexus One. The new application is called TrackballColorNotify, and since its original release in early February, it was updated with some new enhancements.
The application is free and after you see the features, I am sure you’ll want to grab a copy. The requirements are pretty simple, you need a Nexus One, it must be rooted and you need to disable some things.
Originally posted by lilHermit
Added more debugging to sort FCs
Cleaned up su_binary evaluation code
New primary control directory
Few bug fixes
Added more additional fields to debug email
Added Email Debug Info
This will email me debug info including logcat data.
If you are concerned about sensitive information, you can change the To address to yourself to check the contents of the logcat and then forward
Added custom Flash Color via RGB Sliders
Added Message count preference
Added Test Notification option
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