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    The light bar on my wife's pre2 won't go 100% off .. Half stays on.. Occasionally it will turn off completely but not sure when..

    Will post pics shortly

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    Never happend to me.

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    i get that sometimes. not sure what it means. slightly annoying.
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    i refuse to buy anything apple with there asinine standards, especially when theres a perfectly good standard that everybody else is using. bah.
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    Maybe it's a patch?

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    Battery pull doesn't help?
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    I would recommend the disable light bar patch, so it only works when you expect it to, like for taps, touches, swipes etc.

    That should let you know if it is hardware or software related. If it goes away with the patch, it is likely software related. If it remains after the patch it is likely hardware related.
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    Oh I forgot... Its sprintified.. However I should also note that as soon as it came did the sprinification.. So I don't know if its just defective or a Sw thing ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastorrich1 View Post
    I would recommend the disable light bar patch, so it only works when you expect it to, like for taps, touches, swipes etc.

    That should let you know if it is hardware or software related. If it goes away with the patch, it is likely software related. If it remains after the patch it is likely hardware related.
    Cool.. I'll try that.. Will report back tonight

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