Turn off green flashing light blackberry

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I just got a new Blackberry today. Not even going to get into the whole argument of “Are Blackberries good or bad”.

Anyway the blackberry that I got had a flashing green light that had been driving me crazy all day. What to do? The green light no my blackberry is a network notification light.

Let’s fix my and your problem.

You can turn this off by going to settings (maybe a wrench icon?) Options Screen/Keyboard and turn off LED coverage indicator, this setting is around the middle of the settings on that page.

After you save the setting the flashing should go away. If the flashing does now go away it would be a notification. Then gO to Profiles select active profile and press option edit. Then go through and verify the LED is turned off.

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8 thoughts on “Turn off green flashing light blackberry”

  1. My daughter-in-law said it couldn’t be done. She bought a new BB just because of the stupid led. Thank YOU sooooooo much. Yahooo!!!!!!!

  2. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! I WAS GOING TO THROW THE PHONE AWAY IF IT DID NOT STOP FLASHING…… LOL!!!!!

    AGAIN THANK YOU

  3. “After you save the setting the flashing should go away. If the flashing does now go away it would be a notification. Then gO to Profiles select active profile and press option edit. Then go through and verify the LED is turned off.”

    I’ve turned off the LED coverage indicator and the solid green light is still on. Where is “Profiles” so that I can turn this thing off? It hasn’t been on forever but just recently started. Extremely anoying.
    Thanks for the help.

  4. I just got my blackberry last night and that dang green light was about to send me up the wall!! Thank for the tip no one else could help!! What would we do without the Internet!

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