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Samsung WEP 200 bluetooth flashing light

by tere2008 / October 25, 2008 1:12 AM PDT

I just got the Samsung WEP200 bluetooth for my Morotoral RizrZ6tv.

My question is about the bluetooth:
does anyone know if it is possible to diable the flashing blue light?
I mean, keeping the phone on, but not seeing the blue light flash all the time?

I know this can be done on other bluetooths, but the Samsung WEP200 manual
doesn't say anything about this.

Any idea?

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Blue Light is "always on"
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 28, 2008 1:14 PM PDT

The blue light is the only status for pairing and seeing if your device is properly connected.

To the best of my knowledge and research, I don't believe it is something you can disable.


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Turning off the "always on" Samsung WEP200 blue light
by mgshn / October 28, 2008 11:55 PM PDT

Duct tape. A little piece will do ya.

If you like, place a pinhole in the center of the tape so you can see the light by looking carefully.

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