[ztebladeopensource] 答复: [ztebladeopensource] LED notification further info

  • From: ying.ben@xxxxxxxxxx
  • To: ztebladeopensource@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 22:22:41 +0800

Dear rob,

Thanks for your mail.

I used another model ZTE android smartphohe named P722G to reappear your 
issues, then i find that our P722G would flash his LED every 1 minutes in 
the sleeping mode. In the waking up mode, the LED would flash its LED 
every 3 seconds. 

I have found Blade in my table but when i used it to reappear your issues 
i found that it was an Chinese version Blade, there was no LED in the 
front of the handset. So I found that i have no idea on your problem this 
night. I will try to find an England version Blade to reproduce your 
matter tomorrow.

Best regards.

Ben Ying
Smartphone System Department 
ZTE Corporation
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I’ve investigated this a little more and wonder if you can say whether or 
not the V880 suffers from the same issue?
 
When I get a text message or missed call, the LED back button flashes once 
every 30 (I think) seconds to notify the user of the event.  Once the 
phone goes to sleep (screen goes off) the flashing stops so the user has 
no way of identifying that there was a missed call.  This does seem like a 
pretty serious flaw and it’s confusing a lot of people, I get around it 
by installing the flashnotify app from the market but it really shouldn’t 
be necessary.  Can you confirm if this is the same in 2.2 for the V880 at 
the moment, and whether it’s a hardware or software issue? 
 
What really should happen is that the LED continues to flash when the 
phone sleeps, if there is a hardware issue in that the LED will not work 
when the phone is in a full sleep then maybe only a “soft” sleep should 
occur when there is a notification?
 
Regards
 
Rob



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