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  1. jp22382's Avatar
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       #1  
    This patch can now be applied via Preware

    If you have not manually edited your phone to enable led notifications, I would highly recommend using Preware instead.

    If you did use the manual method, you can restore your original securityconfig-assistant.jsjsjs $and$ $securityconfig$-$scene$.$html$ $files$ $from$ $your$ $backup$ $copies$ $and$ $then$ $use$ $Preware$ $to$ $apply$ $the$ $patch$.


    EDIT: you can check patch compatibility with 1.2 in this thread: http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...ml#post1936846

    Friendly warning: I would recommend using caution when applying any other patches found in the autopatch-feed in Preware. Not all of them are verified to be working with 1.2, but the LED notification patch works great.

    Open Preware, go to Available Applications > IPKG

    Install autopatch-feed

    Restart Preware, then go to Available Patches > Screen Lock

    Install Enables LED Notifications

    *Click OK on the prompt warning you about running the script.

    Once it is installed, reboot your phone, go into Screen & Lock to enable Blink Notifications, and you should be all set!





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    You can use Notepad++ to edit the files, get that here Browse Notepad++ Files on SourceForge.net

    No rooting required. Use WebOS Quick Install, set your phone to developer mode, plug it into your computer, then go to Tools > Receive file

    You need to copy 2 files, securityconfig-assistant.jsjsjs and securityconfig-scene.html

    So in the Receive File window, put /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.screenlock/app/controllers/securityconfig-assistant.jsjsjs in the File box and pick your desktop for the Destination Folder, then click get from device.

    Do the same for the next file, but the path is /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.screenlock/app/views/securityconfig/securityconfig-scene.html

    Now before you do anything, make backup copies of both of these files in case something gets messed up.


    In securityconfig-assistant.jsjsjs $remove$ $the$ $following$:

    // from line 54
    // from line 55

    /* from line 248
    */ from line 251

    In securityconfig-scene.html remove the following:

    <!-- from line 92
    --> from line 97

    <!-- from line 101
    --> from line 103

    Save those 2 files. Then use WebOS Quick Install, Tools > Send File

    Send securityconfig-assistant.jsjsjs from your desktop to /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.screenlock/app/controllers/

    Send securityconfig-scene.html from your desktop to /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.screenlock/app/views/securityconfig/

    Reset your phone and go to Screen and Lock, and you should have the option for Blink Notifications
    Last edited by jp22382; 10/01/2009 at 03:43 PM.
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    Worked for me!
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    Any particular version of webOS QI required? I know you answered me in another thread, I just thought I would throw it out as a question so others can see it.
  4. jp22382's Avatar
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    Personally I am running 2.5 and have not downloaded 2.6 yet. But no idea if that will make any difference at all.
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    Did it with 2.6, no issues... Thanks OP!!
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    I'm switching between 2.6, 2.5, and 2.03 to get all my hacks back after the upgrade to 1.2. So far so good! Did this under 2.03...
    Tina T
    MCP, MCSE, MCDBA, VCP

    Sharp Zaurus > Cassiopeia A-20 > Casio E-115 > Psion 3 > Phillips VELO 1 > Palm V > Treo 90 > Treo 300 > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 700p > Centro > Palm Pre > HTC Evo 4G > Samsung Epic 4G > HTC EVO 4G Shift & a rooted Nook Color!! (But still have nothing but love and hope for Palm)
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    It didn't work for me at first, so I tried it again. The only difference is that after I saved the changes, I exited completely out of notepad++ before sending the files through with WebOS Quick Install. Then it worked.
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    Awesome! Thanks jp22382!
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    for some reason when i connect my palm pre and try to get webosIS to recognize my pre it wont recognize. It keeps asking me to connect. Any ideas or anyone having this same problem?
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    i have them both copied to the desktop, now how do "remove" the lines.
    My HTC Evo Is Great...
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    You may have tried this already, but make sure you have Developer Mode enabled. The 1.2 update disabled Developer Mode for me and I had to enable it again:

    1. Do a universal search for "webos20090606"
    2. Launch "Developer Mode Enabler"
    3. Turn developer mode on
    4. Reboot

    -Kevin
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    This worked for me. Excellent instructions. Very easy to follow.

    This will make my life so much easier. Now I don't have to check my phone every minute to see if I missed a notification.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    One question/request....us users are never satisfied. :-)

    Is there a way to change the frequency of the blinking? I looked at the files but couldn't tell if it is something that can be done easily. It seems to be blinking every three (3) seconds, which seems a bit frequent....at least for me. Anyway to increase this?

    Mike
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    Thanks
    Worked for me
    Great work
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedill24 View Post
    Is there a way to change the frequency of the blinking? I looked at the files but couldn't tell if it is something that can be done easily. It seems to be blinking every three (3) seconds, which seems a bit frequent....at least for me. Anyway to increase this?
    Honestly, no idea

    All I did was pull together information that was floating around and make it more digestible for everyone. Had to dig around yesterday to figure it out, so least I could do was share.

    As far as tweaking the behavior, I haven't even looked to see if that is possible.
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    Thanks man!
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    Did not work for me... Why ? Bell ROM ?

    Sorry for my bad english... I do my best!
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    I can't get this to work at all on my phone and I'm a developer! Bah!

    I copied the files successfully, edited the lines and sent them back to my device. The whole process appeared to work flawlessly but, naturally, it didn't work. I even have developer mode on.

    I just get a white screen.
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    I get a blank screen too... what's wrong ?
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    One of my biggest gripes about the Pre, fixed! Thanks!
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    I sent my backups and restarted and I still get a blank screen. I even grabbed the versions of the files from the emulator, put them on my device and I still get a blank screen.

    This sucks.
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