FreeRunner LED signals

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Latest revision as of 23:04, 21 August 2008

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[edit] Red LED

Located behind the AUX button at the top-left of the device.

  • Flashes briefly
occurs during a normal cold-start.
  • Flashing constantly
signifies a kernel panic
  • Constantly on
unknown. Fast-charge enabled? USB networking watchdog signal?

[edit] Blue LED

Located behind the POWER button at the bottom-right of the device.

[edit] Orange LED

Located behind the POWER button.

[edit] Purple LED

Located behind the POWER button. This is from both the Blue and Orange LEDs being enabled.

[edit] Vibrator

  • Enabled briefly
occurs during a normal cold-start.
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Red LED

Located behind the AUX button at the top-left of the device.

  • Flashes briefly
occurs during a normal cold-start.
  • Flashing constantly
signifies a kernel panic
  • Constantly on
unknown. Fast-charge enabled?

Blue LED

Located behind the POWER button at the bottom-right of the device.

Orange LED

Located behind the POWER button.

Purple LED

Located behind the POWER button. This is from both the Blue and Orange LEDs being enabled.

Vibrator

  • Enabled briefly
occurs during a normal cold-start.