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  1. steven55's Avatar
    It would be awesome if BlackBerry did all this led stuff in os 10.1 update and thousands wasted their money on these programs.

    I don't have either nor will I have either until I see if an os update utilizes these led notifications.

    Yeah sure a few bucks ppl can have now, but I not like the fact of having it open all the time and yes that's BlackBerry fault for not releasing the api's as of yet, but will soon enough, but again I hope OS update does it.

    Posted via CB10, BB10, Z10
    Give this free one a try : BlackBerry World - Who Is It- LED Color Light Alerts for Contacts





    Last edited by steven55; 04-14-13 at 08:38 AM.
    04-14-13 07:46 AM
  2. bobauckland's Avatar
    Only if you want to be spammed.
    That dev is notorious for spamming addresses.
    I'd never trust them.

    Posted via CB10
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    04-14-13 08:35 AM
  3. steven55's Avatar
    Only if you want to be spammed.
    That dev is notorious for spamming addresses.
    I'd never trust them.

    Posted via CB10
    If anyone ever feels that way please send me a private message and I will PayPal you $100 if that actually happens.
    04-14-13 08:44 AM
  4. bobauckland's Avatar
    If anyone ever feels that way please send me a private message and I will PayPal you $100 if that actually happens.
    Are you the person behind the Jared Company?
    I've had issues with Jared apps on OS7, but if you're the dev behind the company it would be worth it to get your point of view from people having issues on this forum as well.
    Spawn12 likes this.
    04-14-13 09:00 AM
  5. serahjessa's Avatar
    If anyone ever feels that way please send me a private message and I will PayPal you $100 if that actually happens.
    I just deleted flashlight pro from the same company because it kept sending me span links to buy apps through the notifications. Where's my 100?

    Posted via CB10 STL-100-1 Globe PH
    04-14-13 09:04 AM
  6. VJgamer's Avatar
    LOL thats where you are wrong, ive never seen Blackberry allow end users to adjust the led colours etc like bebuzz or hub++ does. They have never ever given us that option natively, its always been a red led and thats it. So highly and i mean highly unlikely that BB will put these options in 10.1 ...they just wont do it as they know there are devs that will develop apps for people to change their led colours. We should be thankful that BB have kept the led in their devices as they could have easily done away with that.

    So unless you like the standard red led blinking then theres no point in buying these apps but if you want different led colours for email, texts, bbm and other things then $2 or so is hardly going to break the bank. Once the headless api's are released then these apps will be much better than they are now.
    A long time ago I thought BlackBerry was seriously considering it because all of the questions from on of the surveys I took from the BlackBerry beta zone were about LED notifications. It asked questions like how interested are you in being able to customize the color of the notification LED and such.

    This was back when I had my Tour (OS5). It looks as if they decided against brink that functionality to their devices natively.

    Posted via CB10
    04-14-13 09:30 AM
  7. Phill_UK's Avatar
    The ability to natively change LED colours has been around for some time on OS7.1
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    04-14-13 09:55 AM
  8. steven55's Avatar
    I just deleted flashlight pro from the same company because it kept sending me span links to buy apps through the notifications. Where's my 100?

    Posted via CB10 STL-100-1 Globe PH
    I think you mean on the free version of the app. The paid one doesn't do that. Sorry to hear they upset you, instead of interrupting the use of the app they are put as notifications once a week or so. Most people don't mind them. Please click on this from your BB to download the paid version of the flashlight which won't bother you : http://jred.co/10UXyt7
    04-14-13 10:17 AM
  9. steven55's Avatar
    Are you the person behind the Jared Company?
    I've had issues with Jared apps on OS7, but if you're the dev behind the company it would be worth it to get your point of view from people having issues on this forum as well.
    Feel free to private message me with any issues you have about apps or any other blackberry related issues.
    04-14-13 10:28 AM
  10. Spawn12's Avatar
    The ability to natively change LED colours has been around for some time on OS7.1
    Really where?? because as far as when i had my 9900, my 9780 and 9000 there was absolutely no way to change the colours natively. Had to rely on bebuzz in order to get different colours onto a BB.

    And before i ditched my 9900 for the z10, i had a 7.1 OS on there but i couldnt see any option to change the led colours natively in the settings.
    04-14-13 12:06 PM
  11. BB_Bmore's Avatar
    Profile settings. From there you can change colors of the led to specific notifications. Its been around in 7.1 for some time.

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    04-14-13 12:17 PM
  12. mumf's Avatar
    I think you all misunderstand, hub ++ and bebuz are perfect, it's just what your used too. I personally like other coloured led to red and green. Blue and pink are my favourites and the disco. It's fun.

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    04-14-13 12:37 PM
  13. CDM76's Avatar
    Profile settings. From there you can change colors of the led to specific notifications. Its been around in 7.1 for some time.

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    Obviously you do not have Z10. BB10 removed this option so that is why bebuzz and hub++ are being discussed.

    Posted via CB10
    04-14-13 02:28 PM
  14. bobauckland's Avatar
    Profile settings. From there you can change colors of the led to specific notifications. Its been around in 7.1 for some time.

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    Weird when I was running 7.1 on my 9900 I never came across this.
    04-14-13 02:34 PM
  15. Spawn12's Avatar
    Weird when I was running 7.1 on my 9900 I never came across this.
    Same here, never seen that option on my 9900 even on 7.1. In fact looking at my 9900 just now, I don't see any option to set led colours. Mind you I haven't updated my 9900 for a good year or so, so perhaps I have an older 7.1 os that didn't have that option to change led colours natively.

    Posted via CB10
    04-14-13 02:38 PM
  16. Phill_UK's Avatar
    Same here, never seen that option on my 9900 even on 7.1. In fact looking at my 9900 just now, I don't see any option to set led colours. Mind you I haven't updated my 9900 for a good year or so, so perhaps I have an older 7.1 os that didn't have that option to change led colours natively.
    That option came in the OS7.1 8xx versions, so BBRY do know how to implement it. Just hope it comes up in BB10.1 as it's so much nicer having a native option.
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    04-14-13 03:38 PM
  17. Spawn12's Avatar
    That option came in the OS7.1 8xx versions, so BBRY do know how to implement it. Just hope it comes up in BB10.1 as it's so much nicer having a native option.
    Ahh as i thought, I was running a 7.1 os but definitely pre 8xx version so that's why I never saw the option.
    Yes would be nice if they implement natively in BlackBerry 10.

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    04-14-13 03:43 PM
  18. costas1966's Avatar
    I've been using Advanced OS LED on my 9900 for some time, and one advantage I see with the apps over the 7.1 feature is customized flash times and combination colors. The native feature only gives you a color choice...nothing else.

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    04-16-13 07:23 PM
  19. Masahiro's Avatar
    Obviously you do not have Z10. BB10 removed this option so that is why bebuzz and hub++ are being discussed.
    It's not so much that they removed the option, but rather they didn't implement it for the new OS. The point is, BlackBerry has put in options to change the LED colour in the not-so-distant past, and therefore it's not so farfetched to assume that it will be brought back in some time in the future. It is still a baby OS after all.
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    04-27-13 01:12 AM
  20. hamsterwheel's Avatar
    Back on topic.

    BeBuzz never worked for me no matter what I tried. Even with the latest updates.
    The dev of Hub++ reached out to me personally (how awesome is that??) and I tried his app, and guess what? Works like a charm.
    Do yourself a favour...get this app. The app is awesome, it WORKS, and has super customer service to boot.
    devcellent likes this.
    05-08-13 05:35 PM
  21. conker's Avatar
    I have both apps, and currently due to the limitations set by Blackberry, they are very similar.

    Both offer a very similar experience but currently it seems that BeBuzz offers more with LED notifications. They have figured out how to have BBM LED change when the screen is in lock mode only, and have isolated Twitter and Facebook to have their own LEDs whereas Hub++ lumps Facebook and Twitter (and work emails) together.

    As far as the navigation and menus of each goes I personally think BeBuzz has done an excellent job by making it look like it would be something in the actual settings screen whereas Hub++ has a definitive 3rd party app feel.
    Thank you for the very through review. Now I need to decide!
    05-10-13 04:52 PM
  22. devcellent's Avatar
    Please note that, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc, are no longer lumped together. Those are separate. HUB++ supports BBM as well.

    Thank you for the very through review. Now I need to decide!
    05-10-13 05:21 PM
  23. conker's Avatar
    Is it possible to filter and set LED colors by a domain? For example:

    @gmail.com = RED
    @hotmail.com = BLUE
    @companyemail.com = YELLOW

    etc.

    I have all of my email forwarded to my GMail account, and I use the "Send mail as" feature, so that I can keep everything in one place. Setting LED by domain would allow me to distinguish the incoming email.

    Thanks.
    05-10-13 10:38 PM
  24. pfluger's Avatar
    Is it possible to filter and set LED colors by a domain? For example:

    @gmail.com = RED
    @hotmail.com = BLUE
    @companyemail.com = YELLOW

    etc.

    I have all of my email forwarded to my GMail account, and I use the "Send mail as" feature, so that I can keep everything in one place. Setting LED by domain would allow me to distinguish the incoming email.

    Thanks.
    Are you trying to separate by recipient domain name or by the sender domain name?

    BeBuzz will allow you to create custom contact rules and set the sender filter to for example @gmail.com to apply LED/sound/vibrate/popup settings to mails from gmail.com.
    05-11-13 12:45 AM
  25. conker's Avatar
    I should have clarified, receipt domain. The domains I hold email accounts at.
    05-11-13 12:57 AM
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