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  1. MusicLaw's Avatar
    Is there a program for use on the BlackBerry to essentially create a macro of often repeated steps. Where the macro can be saved as a desktop icon? So all one needs to do is click the icon to replay the steps to activate the video mode's light?

    I'm still new on CB so if the answer is obvious to those more experienced, there's no need for flames
    12-15-08 07:01 PM
  2. romeo204's Avatar
    always learning . thanks guys
    12-15-08 08:44 PM
  3. MusicLaw's Avatar
    Is there a program for use on the BlackBerry to essentially create a macro of often repeated steps. Where the macro can be saved as a desktop icon? So all one needs to do is click the icon to replay the steps to activate the video mode's light?

    I'm still new on CB so if the answer is obvious to those more experienced, there's no need for flames
    Bump.....?
    12-17-08 09:26 PM
  4. mcangeli's Avatar
    Anyone have an update link? Looks like that domain expired...

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-17-08 10:11 PM
  5. jeffreii's Avatar
    SmrtGuard Support to me
    8:47 AM (4 hours ago)


    Jeff,

    Thanks for trying us out.

    As for flashlight, currently it isn't possible. But when the API
    becomes available, we will support it.
    Thanks.


    So basically PeekaWho devs say there is no API available to access the camera/video light without being in the camera/video program. I wonder if this means a hacker-type couldn't find the API, despite Blackberry not making it public.
    12-24-08 12:57 PM
  6. DirtAddsHP's Avatar
    The app is called "Freelight".

    Written by Troy Brown.
    The whole main screen turns on bright white as does the message light.

    OTA:
    www.troybrownpc.com/freelight.jad

    It was designed for the earlier Berries, but it works just fine with OS 4.6
    link is dead.. please advise.
    12-24-08 02:28 PM
  7. pisulo's Avatar
    here you go....

    attached
    12-24-08 05:44 PM
  8. Osu3200's Avatar
    hey instead of downloading an app to use the flash as a flashlight you can just go to your video camera and turn the video light on.

    steps (from home screen):

    1. hit blackberry button
    2. applications (assuming thats where your video camera is)
    3. click video camera
    4. hit blackberry button and select options
    5. in option, turn video light to "on"
    6. save and return to video camera and the flash should be turned out


    hope this works
    01-02-09 02:51 AM
  9. Leapin_Toufu's Avatar
    hey instead of downloading an app to use the flash as a flashlight you can just go to your video camera and turn the video light on.

    steps (from home screen):

    1. hit blackberry button
    2. applications (assuming thats where your video camera is)
    3. click video camera
    4. hit blackberry button and select options
    5. in option, turn video light to "on"
    6. save and return to video camera and the flash should be turned out


    hope this works
    A faster way is to hit the the olde SPACEBAR right after you have activated the Video Camera (don't need to go Options and search for the selection).
    01-02-09 03:21 AM
  10. itch808's Avatar
    here you go....

    attached
    this may sound stupid, but how do you install this?
    01-02-09 08:34 AM
  11. Fnord's Avatar
    i would give this app a go
    CrackBerryAppStore.com
    04-28-09 09:56 AM
  12. black_paris's Avatar
    thx for the post! i know this will come in handy
    04-29-09 02:40 AM
  13. RSC125's Avatar
    shortcutme also has this as a feature. Cool app with some advantages over QuickLaunch, imho.
    07-13-09 09:53 PM
  14. Ali Akram's Avatar
    The app is called "Freelight".

    Written by Troy Brown.
    The whole main screen turns on bright white as does the message light.

    OTA:
    Troybrownpc.com: The Best Search Links on the Net

    It was designed for the earlier Berries, but it works just fine with OS 4.6
    06-17-13 12:37 AM
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