How to control the LED lighter

by Freetec Shen » Tue, 06 Oct 2009 01:18:25 GMT


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 Hi, Does anybody know how to control the LED light using the SDK 1.5
R1 ? Is there any available API or function to control the color,
flash rate of the LED lighter near the earphone, as well as the
lighter at the track ball? Or how to implement this?

Thanks in advance!
Xiaoming



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