LED for Crunch SMS doesn’t go off

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When I get a text message on Crunch, after I read the message en closed crunch, the LED is still flashing, how can it be turned off?

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  • mshen
    what model of blackberry are you using? For some models, the light just always blinks.
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  • jinteik
    i use 9810 and after i read my sms the light will go off
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  • Brijesh
    For green indicator (coverage) :
    Go to Options -> Screen /Keyboard -> LED Coverage Indicator -> set as 'no'.

    For red indicator (mail/message receipt notification) :
    Go to your profile -> Advanced -> edit your active profile( for all message type such as email, SMS, MMS, etc.) -> set as 'disable' for LED notification of mail receipt

    Hope this help!
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