Was perfect, updates have gone back a bit Once upon a time this app did everything I wanted it to do. Now, however, if the phone display turns off so does the light - yet the app keeps from phone from sleeping, consuming copious amounts of battery. Also, High Brightness doesn't work even though I am rooted. Other than that, lightweight torch app =)
Worked for Incredible, not on Resound I had an HTC Incredible and loved the torch app that came with Cyanogenmod Rom, now I upgraded to the Rezound and there are no CM roms as aosp will not work at the moment. This app sort of works on the Rezound but the screen and the leds will flicker at a slow rate even with strobe is deactivated. Please fix! I'll pay for the app if you fix it! This is the ONLY APP that truly makes the LEDs as bright as possible.
Really great light... It worked at first on my rooted Photon but for some reason the super brightness isn't working now. Won't recognize root. Please fix. Otherwise it's the best FL application on the market if you just need a great light. (Photon not supported yet so I really can't complain, at least it works).
Works Perfect! It works perfectly, even in every strobe frequency on my Nexus 4, despite the fact that it says, "Sorry! Your Nexus 4 is probably not supported." I suppose that is the only thing I'd like changed ;). 5/5.
Works great This app got me and the Mrs home on Rapa Nui the other night (gets v. dark there, not many street lights etc), and also helped explore some caves and stuff - love it! My Galaxy S2 kept going to sleep and turning the light off, but a touch on an unused bit of the screen from time to time prevented that. Great stuff!
Works kinda App is not stable on the LG Optimus G (LS970). Standard light works, high power light causes the phone to reboot. Strobe causes the app to stop working after a few seconds.
Now supports Nexus S (no high brightness yet).
Renamed to Nexus Torch (more than the Nexus One now)
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