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  1. #1
    Andrew Muldoon
    Guest
    Hi,
    Is there any way to switch of the flashing blue and green LED's on my T68m?
    When the phone is stuck to my dashboard and I'm driving at night its a pain
    in the backside.
    The blue one makes me think there's a copper along side!
    Ta.




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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB8D2933.11777%[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > Is there any way to switch of the flashing blue and green LED's on my

    T68m?
    > When the phone is stuck to my dashboard and I'm driving at night its a

    pain
    > in the backside.
    > The blue one makes me think there's a copper along side!


    Don't know about the green one, but you could try turning Bluetooth off,
    that should turn the blue LED off.

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  3. #3
    d-kopf
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB8D2933.11777%[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > Is there any way to switch of the flashing blue and green LED's on my

    T68m?
    > When the phone is stuck to my dashboard and I'm driving at night its a

    pain
    > in the backside.
    > The blue one makes me think there's a copper along side!
    > Ta.
    >


    Duct tape

    // d-kopf




  4. #4
    bob
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    turn the phone off !

    "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB8D2933.11777%[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > Is there any way to switch of the flashing blue and green LED's on my

    T68m?
    > When the phone is stuck to my dashboard and I'm driving at night its a

    pain
    > in the backside.
    > The blue one makes me think there's a copper along side!
    > Ta.
    >






  5. #5
    Agent Orange
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    Buy a batterychager for in-car use and connect your T68 to it to stop
    the green LED blinking. The LED will be on but not blinking. The BLUE
    LED however is more simlpe to turn off: Just turn the BLUEtooth
    service off.




    "bob" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > turn the phone off !
    >
    > "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:BB8D2933.11777%[email protected]
    > > Hi,
    > > Is there any way to switch of the flashing blue and green LED's on my

    > T68m?
    > > When the phone is stuck to my dashboard and I'm driving at night its a

    > pain
    > > in the backside.
    > > The blue one makes me think there's a copper along side!
    > > Ta.
    > >




  6. #6
    Whytoi
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    Not if you need to use a Bluetooth headset.

    In practice, a little tape over the LED would probably do the trick.

    In article <[email protected]>, Agent
    Orange <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Buy a batterychager for in-car use and connect your T68 to it to stop
    > the green LED blinking. The LED will be on but not blinking. The BLUE
    > LED however is more simlpe to turn off: Just turn the BLUEtooth
    > service off.




  7. #7
    Fidofan
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    Whytoi <[email protected]> wrote in news:180920031206220571%
    [email protected]:

    > Not if you need to use a Bluetooth headset.
    >
    > In practice, a little tape over the LED would probably do the trick.
    >
    > In article <[email protected]>, Agent
    > Orange <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Buy a batterychager for in-car use and connect your T68 to it to stop
    >> the green LED blinking. The LED will be on but not blinking. The BLUE
    >> LED however is more simlpe to turn off: Just turn the BLUEtooth
    >> service off.


    You can ask your wife/GF/mother to knit a nice little cap for your phone.



  8. #8
    Whytoi
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    In article <[email protected]>, Fidofan
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > You can ask your wife/GF/mother to knit a nice little cap for your phone.


    Why not just DIY?



  9. #9
    Fidofan
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    Whytoi <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:180920031939318193%[email protected]:

    > In article <[email protected]>, Fidofan
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> You can ask your wife/GF/mother to knit a nice little cap for your
    >> phone.

    >
    > Why not just DIY?
    >


    solidarity?



  10. #10
    Andrew Muldoon
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    On 18/9/03 3:06 am, in article 180920031206220571%[email protected],
    "Whytoi" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Not if you need to use a Bluetooth headset.
    >
    > In practice, a little tape over the LED would probably do the trick.
    >
    > In article <[email protected]>, Agent
    > Orange <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Buy a batterychager for in-car use and connect your T68 to it to stop
    >> the green LED blinking. The LED will be on but not blinking. The BLUE
    >> LED however is more simlpe to turn off: Just turn the BLUEtooth
    >> service off.


    Hi,
    Hmm, I thinks this is a big shortfall in the T68.
    As whytoi stated, I am using the bt headset and the LED is a pain in the
    arse!
    Also, I find some of the menus a bit stupid, there seems to be no logical
    way of saving a missed callers number to the address book!
    Other things I find annoying too, I have been a regular Nokia user and
    thought I would try the T68i as it looks great and is fully supported by my
    G4 Mac, however, I have never used such a slow phone! It takes forever to
    respond to keypresses so much so that if I mistakenly press dial by the time
    the kill signal has gone to the phone the receiver has already had the
    'missed' call!

    Such a shame!




  11. #11
    Whytoi
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    In article <BB92A122.119E5%[email protected]>, Andrew Muldoon
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi,
    > Hmm, I thinks this is a big shortfall in the T68.
    > As whytoi stated, I am using the bt headset and the LED is a pain in the
    > arse!
    > Also, I find some of the menus a bit stupid, there seems to be no logical
    > way of saving a missed callers number to the address book!
    > Other things I find annoying too, I have been a regular Nokia user and
    > thought I would try the T68i as it looks great and is fully supported by my
    > G4 Mac, however, I have never used such a slow phone! It takes forever to
    > respond to keypresses so much so that if I mistakenly press dial by the time
    > the kill signal has gone to the phone the receiver has already had the
    > 'missed' call!


    T610 is the answer. Or the Z600 which is coming to market.



  12. #12
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    Andrew Muldoon <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Also, I find some of the menus a bit stupid, there seems to be
    > no logical way of saving a missed callers number to the address
    > book!


    Add new contact (or Edit contact), chose number, joystick left leads
    you to calling list, chose number, click, there you are.

    M.



  13. #13
    Andrew Muldoon
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    On 21/9/03 4:34 am, in article 210920031334020871%[email protected],
    "Whytoi" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > In article <BB92A122.119E5%[email protected]>, Andrew Muldoon
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Hi,
    >> Hmm, I thinks this is a big shortfall in the T68.
    >> As whytoi stated, I am using the bt headset and the LED is a pain in the
    >> arse!
    >> Also, I find some of the menus a bit stupid, there seems to be no logical
    >> way of saving a missed callers number to the address book!
    >> Other things I find annoying too, I have been a regular Nokia user and
    >> thought I would try the T68i as it looks great and is fully supported by my
    >> G4 Mac, however, I have never used such a slow phone! It takes forever to
    >> respond to keypresses so much so that if I mistakenly press dial by the time
    >> the kill signal has gone to the phone the receiver has already had the
    >> 'missed' call!

    >
    > T610 is the answer. Or the Z600 which is coming to market.


    More bloody money to Eric & Son, no fear....
    I'll get another Nokia when I can afford it...me thinks.




  14. #14
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?


    "Andrew Muldoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB93B72B.11A6D%[email protected]
    <snip>
    > > T610 is the answer. Or the Z600 which is coming to market.

    >
    > More bloody money to Eric & Son, no fear....
    > I'll get another Nokia when I can afford it...me thinks.


    Good luck trying to get your Nokia to work with Bluetooth then - seeing as
    Nokia seem to have a aversion to:- a. Implementing it in the first place.
    b. Actually following any known conventions.

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  15. #15
    The Hittmann
    Guest

    Re: Stop my flashing LED?

    or you can just buy a $20 leather phone cover and then no more flashing
    lights in your face.



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