2010
10.18

Lighter

This is a fun little app with at least three functions.  It’s hard to be sure of all it’s features because the menus and instructions are in a language that uses a non latin character set and appear as little boxes. BoostApps forum member arnold040 found the app, figured out a lot of the features and shared them on the forum.  Here’s what he discovered:

  • The 1 key lights up the screen in a solid color. Repeatedly pressing 1 cycles through the available colors.
  • The 2 key sends “SOS” in Morse code by flashing the screen.
  • The right soft key labeled “RGB” lets you give enter red, blue and green color values from 0 to 255 and displays the resulting color.
  • The Menu key gives 6 options.
    • The first two change the colors
    • The third makes the app flash two alternating colors
    • The fourth one lets you enter text (up to 15 characters) that the phone will flash in Morse code code.
    • The fifth option in the menu controls the frequency of the Morse code flashing. Setting the first number at 500(500 max) and the second number at 1000(9999 max) flashes the Morse code message at a slow, easy to read pace. Checking the box above the first number makes the phone vibrate in time with the flashing.
    • The last menu option looks like it might be the instructions.

Contributed by: arnold040
Type: Freeware
Author: PerS
Data Connection Required: No
Supported iDEN phones
: All Falcon series with Java ( i9, i856, i776, i465, i290, etc.)
Filesize: 15 KB

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

Download to your Phone

Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 3150

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  1. Asjdjdjx thanks

  2. correction:in fifth line of menu,set first number to 500 for slow flashing.

    • Thanks, I’ve updated the post with 500 as the first number in the menu for slow flashing.

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