LED Notifications?

la79

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Dec 27, 2011
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Hello, just wondering if anyone has heard of an LED notification mod that I could use? Something with repeating flash (instead of the one flash that the settings offer) and for different alerts (mail, push notifications, missed calls, etc.)

Thanks!

P.s I'm on an Iphone 4s 5.0.1 jailbroken...

Oh and I've tried searching the web but can't seem to find anything compatible with the 4s...
 

eclipse01

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May 16, 2011
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Hello, just wondering if anyone has heard of an LED notification mod that I could use? Something with repeating flash (instead of the one flash that the settings offer) and for different alerts (mail, push notifications, missed calls, etc.)

Thanks!

P.s I'm on an Iphone 4s 5.0.1 jailbroken...

Oh and I've tried searching the web but can't seem to find anything compatible with the 4s...
oh boy, that would drive me nuts in the dark. I had to turn the stock one off cause it was too bright when I was sleeping.

on a side note, wish Apple made an option for the home button to light up a little when there was an alert, instead of the bright ass flash led.
 

HiDEF

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Jun 23, 2010
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oh boy, that would drive me nuts in the dark. I had to turn the stock one off cause it was too bright when I was sleeping.

on a side note, wish Apple made an option for the home button to light up a little when there was an alert, instead of the bright ass flash led.
That's actually a cool idea! Have the home button pulse whenever there's a notification.

Apple needs to think of this stuff!
 

pandalover826

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There is a tweak called flashenhancer that does something like ur looking for but lately for me it hasn't been working at all

Edit:^ already beat me to it
 

la79

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Dec 27, 2011
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I saw that too but I read that it is not working either. Apparently it doesn't work with the SMS? Can anyone confirm?
 

aDRock1154

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Nov 15, 2011
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I've noticed even the stock LED notif. quits after a few times and doesn't work unless turned off and back on... Annoying lol
 

Joshwawilson

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Apr 18, 2011
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oh boy, that would drive me nuts in the dark. I had to turn the stock one off cause it was too bright when I was sleeping.

on a side note, wish Apple made an option for the home button to light up a little when there was an alert, instead of the bright ass flash led.
That would be so sick! Someone needs to make a mod for this! I know there's a glowing apple mod so I'm sure a pulsing home button mod could be done!
 

danka58

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Aug 17, 2009
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There are some Cydia apps. MissedReminder is more for the iOS4 users so that's rather outdated. Also FlashEnhancher has not worked for me. Notifer+ seems to be your best bet...although in my HO I prefer something simpler. The Apple's iOS default and too simplistic led flash of 5.0.1 seem to alert for phone calls, messages and clock (timer). None for email as far as I know. I'll keep looking around but I don't expect anything promising to surface for a while.
 

CBR900RR

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You don't need to use all the feature on notifier+, I only set reminder sound every 2 min, repeat indefinite, for message and miss call, the rest are turn off.
 

danka58

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Aug 17, 2009
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You don't need to use all the feature on notifier+, I only set reminder sound every 2 min, repeat indefinite, for message and miss call, the rest are turn off.
Good rule..I'm near deaf so a global setting just to set all incomings to flash not only the led but the display as IntelliScreen used to would fit the bill. I have IntelliScreenX and the display alert was removed. I may have to just work thru Notified+'s 7 alerts and the Setup for each of them to tailor it to my needs. It's the best solution as far as I can tell.