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After receiving a message the LED was blinking for notification. After reading the message, the LED shines in dark blue and wont go into previous state, i.e. turn itself off. I tried to restart the phone, remove battery, but nothing helps.

Please, how can I make the LED not to light?

(Galaxy Nexus, 4.0.2)

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Do you have an app called Light FLow installed? That might have an impact - see under ACCESSIBILITY. –  Sparx Apr 14 '12 at 5:19
    
No, it's clean install (no apps at all). –  Ecir Hana Apr 14 '12 at 6:47
    
Try starting it in Safe Mode and see if the LED still acts up, Link - myvusers.com/forums/samsung-galaxy-nexus/… –  Sparx Apr 14 '12 at 20:36
    
Thank you for the tip! It all of sudden stopped to shine, when I started to charge the battery. I don't understand. Now, GPS stopped working, hmm.. –  Ecir Hana Apr 15 '12 at 8:04
    
reboot after using Safe Mode. Is the light still stuck in normal mode? For GPS issues, use GPS Toolbox and check that you're in sight of satellites. –  Sparx Apr 16 '12 at 6:16
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Try starting it in Safe Mode and see if the LED still acts up.. Link - http://www.myvusers.com/forums/samsung-galaxy-nexus/10880-safe-mode-galaxy-nexus-samsung.html

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