LED Flashlight (root privileges)

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    LED Flashlight (root privileges)

    I downloaded the N1 torch app, but it requires root privileges. Is that safe to do? Will it void the warranty?

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    Yes, it will void the warranty because it requires you to unlock the bootloader and you will get a message warning you that unlocking the bootloader will void your warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NexusDro View Post
    Yes, it will void the warranty because it requires you to unlock the bootloader and you will get a message warning you that unlocking the bootloader will void your warranty.
    Thanks. So I guess there is no LED flashlight for Nexus One, currently, without voiding the warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abe12345 View Post
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    Yes, it will void the warranty because it requires you to unlock the bootloader and you will get a message warning you that unlocking the bootloader will void your warranty.
    Thanks. So I guess there is no LED flashlight for Nexus One, currently, without voiding the warranty.
    Nope. I'm starting to wonder if it's not possible.

    But there is a flashlight (called "flashlight") that will make the screen go bright and not turn off until you close the app. It's pretty good and works fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jah View Post
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    Yes, it will void the warranty because it requires you to unlock the bootloader and you will get a message warning you that unlocking the bootloader will void your warranty.
    Thanks. So I guess there is no LED flashlight for Nexus One, currently, without voiding the warranty.
    Nope. I'm starting to wonder if it's not possible.

    But there is a flashlight (called "flashlight") that will make the screen go bright and not turn off until you close the app. It's pretty good and works fine for me.
    I have something like that. It lets you control the size of the white screen by swiping the screen.

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