MotoTorch LED – LED Flashlight – My First Android Application

I have released my first Android application called MotoTorch LED.  It is designed for the Motorola Droid and Motorola Milestone and uses it’s camera LEDs as a flashlight.  It’s also has a widget that can be placed on one of the HOME screens.  A simple click on the widget will turn the LEDs on, and clicking it again will turn them off.  The widget can also turn off the screen when the LEDs are on.

This application is free.


For the app to work on the EVO 4G, DROID Incredible, and Nexus One, they have to be running Android 2.2.  The app will not work on the device if the device is running Android 2.1.

NOTE:  As of version 3.0, I have added support for Android 2.2.  It is possible that MotoTorch LED will not be locked to the DROID and Milestone anymore.  It may work on all future 2.2 devices.  If you have a device that it now works on, please let me know so I can add it to the list of supported devices.


These ROMs have been confirmed to work:

CyanogenMod 6.0 RC2
Bugless Beast
Simply Stunning
Sapphire 1.0.0

IF YOU HAVE AN ISSUE, GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST.  IF YOUR PROBLEM ISN’T COVERED, EITHER POST IN THE COMMENTS HERE, OR SEND ME AN EMAIL.  If you don’t email me, I can’t fix the issue. You can send an email directly from your phone.  At the bottom of the application listing on the Android Market, there is a button for “Send email to developer”.  Click that, choose your email, then send me an email.


1. Uses both a widget and a normal application to turn on the LEDs as a flashlight.

2. The widget icon will change depending on whether the LEDs are on or not.

3. The application will allow you to configure whether you want the screen to dim or not.

4. The application will allow you to use the LEDs as a strobe light.

5. The application will allow you to use the LEDs as a MORSE CODE sender, implementing the international Morse protocol.

Version 3.6 (8/24):

1.  Fixed issue that caused the app to not work on the Droid X running Android 2.2.

Version 3.5 (8/12):

1.  Fixed issue that caused the app to not work on the DROID 2.

Version 3.4 (8/04):

1.  Fixed issue that caused the app to not work correctly on JRummy’s LithiumMod ROM.

Version 3.3 (8/03):

1.  Fixed issue that cause the app to not work correctly on the Simply Stunning and Bugless Beast ROMs.

2.  Fixed issue that would cause the app to crash when the orientation changed.  I have made it so that the app only supports portrait mode.  I didn’t see a need in supporting landscape mode.

Version 3.2 (7/31):

1.  Fixed issue with DROIDs running Android 2.2(rooted).

Version 3.1 (6/12):

1.  Fixed issue where non-2.2 DROIDs would see the 2.2 message.

2.  Fixed issue with permissions with the Donation version.

Version 3.0 (6/12):

1.  Fixed FC issues on Android 2.2.

2.  Added support for the Nexus One.  Also, it may be possible that this will now work on all future 2.2 devices.

3.  Fixed the issue where the widget was always running in the background.  It should no longer always show up in Task Killers.

Version 2.8(12/14):

1.  Fixed issue where widget icon would get reset back to the default icon when exiting the application.

2.  Added option to turn “Torch” off when exiting the application

Version 2.7(12/11):

1.  Added HELP menu that will open to my website.

2.  Changed the “Automatic Brightness” popup display only the first time.

3.  Added option to turn on LEDs when the application opens.  (Application Settings menu)

4.  Moved “Torch” settings to menu.  (Torch Settings menu)

Version 2.6(12/04):

1.  The widget icon is now configurable.  Use the MENU button in the application to select the icon for the widget.

2.  Fixed issue where using the widget of certain other apps could cause the LEDs to come on.

3.  Added a Disclaimer when opening the app.  It should only be shown once.  If you accept, it will not show again.

4.  Added a message when Automatic Brightness is enabled.

5.  The “Dim Screen” slider is disabled when the “Dim Screen” checkbox is unchecked.

Version 2.5(12/02):

1.  Changed the Widget icon.

2.  Added the ability to dim the screen while the LEDs are on.  This includes having a slider to specify the brightness of the screen.

3.  Fixed “B” “D” Morse Code bug.

4.  The “Dim Screen” and “Turn Off Screen” are now disabled if Automatic Brightness is turned on.  Automatic Brightness overrides both of these settings.  Currently there is no way for me to disable Automatic Brightness programmatically.  It seems to have been left out of the SDK.

Version 2.4(11/27):

1.  Fixed issue with moving to/from landscape while Strobe or Morse Code was on.

Version 2.3(11/27):

1. Now supports landscape mode.

2. Added numeric labels to the strobe sliders.

Version 2.2(11/26):

1. Strobe and Morse Code now run on their own threads. This means that there are now Start/Stop buttons.

2. Strobe now has 2 sliders that allow the duration and delay to be configurable. These can be moved while the strobe is on to see the values changed on the fly.

3. Changed the checkbox for the “Torch” section to be more descriptive.

I made tons of changes to how the settings are saved. I hope this will have fixed the issue with it losing the screen timeout. If it continues to happen, let me know.

NOTE: If you are running a DROID and Android 2.2, it should work now.  I have tested it on CyanogenMod 6.0 RC2 and it worked.  However, I cannot guarantee it will work on all leaked/custom ROMs.   If it does not work on the ROM you are running, let me know the ROM and I will see what I can do.

NOTE: The Dim Screen only works from the application.  It currently does not work from the widget.  This is due to a bug in Android 2.0.

NOTE: If your screen brightens when you turn on the LEDs, then you have Automatic Brightness enabled, and it’s doing it’s job.  It was designed to use light sensors to determine whether to dim or brighten the screen.  The more light the sensors detect, the brighter the screen gets.  I’ll let you take a guess where 1 of the 2 sensors are……directly beside the LEDs.  So when you turn on the LEDs, the light causes the sensors to think it needs to brighten the screen.

NOTE: To change the widget icon, open the application, then hit the MENU button on the phone. This will bring up the menu in the application. Choose “Select Widget Icon”, then choose the icon you want to use.

NOTE: To install the widget, Long Press on an open space on a HOME screen, choose “Widgets”, then choose “MotoTorch LED”.

NOTE: For those that say that this application “starts in the background”, it does not.  The application is not running.  It’s the widget that is running in the background.  This is what Android allows.  The widget is running because it needs to constantly check to see if you have turned the LEDs on from the application so it can change it’s icon.  This is allowed by Android, and is actually the default functionality of a widget.

I have created a Google Wave for MotoTorch LED.  If you have Google Wave, you should be able to search for it and find it.

If you have “Barcode Scanner” or “ShopSavvy” installed , you can scan this QR-Code and it will take to you my app.  You can scan it directly from your monitor.

I have also added a Donation version of the app to the Market. If you would like to donate toward MotoTorch’s development, you can buy that version. BOTH VERSIONS ARE EXACTLY THE SAME. The free version is NOT limited in any way.

You can also donate using Paypal.


  1. Ballresin November 25, 2009 8:16 pm  Reply

    I noticed the Droid has a brighter flash than the app produces. Is there going to be an update to bring brighter light?

  2. Ryan Alford November 26, 2009 7:35 pm  Reply

    That is something that I am working on. I am trying to figure out what the camera application does differently to make the flash brighter.

  3. josh kasten November 26, 2009 8:13 pm  Reply

    Is your app open source?

  4. Ryan Alford November 27, 2009 11:09 am  Reply

    It’s not open source yet, but it eventually will be.

  5. Progger November 27, 2009 8:52 pm  Reply

    Google Market could not found this…

  6. Ryan Alford November 28, 2009 10:04 am  Reply

    This is for Android 2.0 only. If you have an earlier version, you will not be able to find it. Also, if you are outside of the US, and you have an unlocked phone, it will not show up per Google’s policy changes regarding copy-protected applications and unlocked phones.

  7. Ryan Alford November 28, 2009 1:09 pm  Reply

    This application should now show up on unlocked phones in Europe.

  8. lazarro December 2, 2009 10:28 am  Reply

    So is there any way to brighten the led

  9. Chris B December 2, 2009 10:39 am  Reply

    Please bring back the old torch widget! The new one looks AWFUL! At least give us the option to choose :)

  10. Ryan Alford December 2, 2009 12:59 pm  Reply

    I am currently working on the ability to let user’s choose the widget icon.

  11. todd December 3, 2009 5:20 am  Reply

    Like the app. Hate the New widget icon

  12. Martin December 4, 2009 5:36 pm  Reply

    This is exactly the App I was trying to figure out how to make for my first app…beat me to it. Still, lots of good lessons wrapped up in it, any indication when your source might be made available, good to learn from. I just can’t figure out the LED without freaking out the camera.

  13. DooMMasteR December 5, 2009 8:41 am  Reply

    is there a direct way to donate, many people here in Europe do not have Credit cards ;) so adding a DONATE button here (e.g. for Paypal) would be great ;)

  14. Ryan Alford December 5, 2009 12:09 pm  Reply

    Ok, I have made a Paypal button. I don’t know how it will handle multiple currencies. I just used USD.

  15. DooMMasteR December 5, 2009 7:19 pm  Reply

    worked fine $5 for your work :)

    Paypal just converts the currencies
    $5 => 3.46€

    thanks for your work I do appreciate it :)

  16. Ryan Alford December 5, 2009 9:19 pm  Reply


  17. Chris December 6, 2009 5:08 pm  Reply

    Great app. Like Martin, this was also the first thing I tried to do after picking up a Droid but I never could figure out how to light the LED. Any word on when it’s going open source?

  18. Gary December 7, 2009 8:33 pm  Reply

    just “bought” the app.

    #1 – you r a rockstar for releasing this both “donate” and regular! This thread probably ain’t the place, but please spread the word to other developers if this ends up rewarding you reasonably well for the hours you put into the work. There are lots of us who share your values in this regard!!!!

    #2 – the morse code is definitely off on my a855. maybe by a decimal! (10x)

    #3 – is the thread on
    a better place for us to go for “support” or is this just as good?

  19. Ryan Alford December 8, 2009 12:03 pm  Reply

    1. Thanks
    2. Do you mean off as in wrong? If so, can you tell me what letter/phrase shows as wrong?
    3. Either place is fine. I get an email each time somebody posts on the forum, and I monitor here for comments/questions.

    Thanks for the support.

  20. N December 9, 2009 10:20 pm  Reply

    Useful and clever app. Thanks! Two comments:

    First, I’m using a Droid, and every time I start the app, it tells me that I have automatic brightness enabled, blah, blah. Perhaps it would suffice to only show this message to the user once?

    Second, I have a 2nd flashlight app (G1 style, which works by simply making your screen white and bright). I find both useful in different circumstances. Is it possible to add the LCD light functionality to your app, so I don’t need two flashlight apps?

    Thanks again.

  21. Ryan Alford December 10, 2009 9:38 am  Reply

    I have had another request about making the automatic brightness popup act the same as the disclaimer where you only have to acknowledge it first. I will be adding that in my next update.

    I doubt I will be adding that LCD flashlight to my app.

  22. Simon December 18, 2009 3:13 pm  Reply

    I like all of the option settings, but cannot get the strobe, flashlight, nor Morse code functions to work on my Motorola Droid 2.0. The only function which seems to work is turn on/off LED. Am I doing something wrong? I downloaded an installed the apparently looking for a flashlight for really dark areas and Morse for emergency situations. Please help. Thank you in advance

  23. Ryan Alford December 20, 2009 10:46 am  Reply

    Are you opening the application? or using the widget? The widget only controls the “flashlight”, while the application controls all three. You should be able to just push the button and it will work.

  24. Vivi Wu December 23, 2009 3:02 am  Reply

    I am frustrated with the screen off issue.
    Could you tell me which method you used to turn off the screen? any API except for setting the screen timeout within settings.system?
    Thank you a lot.

  25. richard December 23, 2009 4:04 am  Reply

    How do you get the video to have led while recording on the motorola droid?

  26. Ryan Alford December 23, 2009 10:23 am  Reply

    @Vivi Wu,

    I use the Settings.System.setInt() to set the screen timeout. That’s how I turn the screen off. I don’t know of another way of doing it.


    Simply turn on the “Torch”, then open the camera application. The Torch will stay on while other applications open.

  27. Laron December 24, 2009 1:33 pm  Reply


    I understand if you would like to keep it proprietary, but would you mind posting the API call you are using to turn on the LED in MotoTorch? I read some forum posts implying that originally you were using the FLASH_MODE_ON setting of the camera’s autofocus, but that someone had discovered another way (you had alluded to the NotificationManager). Would you mind posting the gist of what you ended up with?


  28. Steve January 1, 2010 11:37 am  Reply

    Ok….I must be an idiot! I would love to get the flashlight app on my droid, but I can’t find where to download it. I would love to buy or donate ….. please help

  29. Ryan Alford January 4, 2010 11:59 am  Reply

    I have added a QR code that will allow you to scan it and it will go to the MotoTorch entries on the Marketplace.

    You will need “Barcode Scanner” or “ShopSavvy”, both are free. ShopSavvy works the best.

    Simply scan the QR code, and ShopSavvy will do what the barcode tells it to do. In “Barcode Scanner”, you will need to click “Open browser” after the barcode is scanned.

    Also, remember, this is for the Motorola Droid and Motorola Milestone phones ONLY. If you are using any other phone, I can not guarantee it to work. It also requires Android 2.0 or higher. So if you are using Android 1.5 or 1.6, the app will not show up in the Marketplace.

  30. gryftir January 5, 2010 11:37 pm  Reply

    So… what are the chances that this will eventually be able to interpret the LED flashes that it sends, using the camera?

  31. Ryan Alford January 6, 2010 12:31 pm  Reply


    That is a feature that is currently being worked on. It’s not a simple task, so it’s taking a long time.

  32. pablo January 7, 2010 1:01 am  Reply

    Can this damage the led?
    Great job

  33. Ryan Alford January 7, 2010 11:09 am  Reply


    short answer… I don’t know.

    long answer….it’s possible. I have no idea whether my application puts additional strain on the LEDs. LEDs normally have a life of about 50,000 hours. That means they are would have to leave them on constantly for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for more than 2 years.

    I don’t worry about it. Sure it’s possible that it could damage the LEDs, but it’s also possible that a meteor will land on my head and kill me when I walk out of my house in the morning.

  34. jimmy t February 1, 2010 6:15 pm  Reply

    do you think you can give me the exact numerals for the strobe light so it can match the beat of any techno song?

  35. Robert Shumake February 2, 2010 9:48 am  Reply

    Your blog is so informative … ..I just bookmarked you….keep up the good work!!!!

    Hey, I found your blog in a new directory of blogs. I dont know how your blog came up, must have been a typo, anyway cool blog, I bookmarked you. :)

    -Robert Shumake Fifth Third

  36. adam February 4, 2010 12:58 am  Reply

    Nexus One pleeeeeeese……

  37. Ryan Alford February 4, 2010 11:04 am  Reply

    I am unable to make MotoTorch LED work on the Nexus One. There is only one way of turning on the LEDs without initializing the camera. If it doesn’t work on other hardware, there isn’t anything I can do about it.

    It’s because of the Nexus One hardware, not because of Android 2.1.

  38. obd1integ February 8, 2010 12:54 am  Reply

    Works perfect when I need to take videos in dark or lower light places. Just turn on led and go to camera.

  39. Sean Owen February 9, 2010 10:15 am  Reply

    Would you be willing to share how you access the LED?

    We develop Barcode Scanner and having the LED (not flash) on would help scanning. a user requested this:

    I’m not sure that ‘torch’ is the right parameter setting and we don’t have a phone with flash or LED to test on.

    Thanks — Sean

  40. Ryan Alford February 10, 2010 11:18 am  Reply


    The “torch” setting may work on other phones, but it does not work on the Motorola Droid/Milestone as the phone does not support that flash mode. The phones would have to support that flash mode for it to be possible.

    If you can send me an email to ryanalford843 at gmail dot com, I can tell you how I did it on the Droid/Milestone.

  41. Patrick Connor February 11, 2010 7:21 pm  Reply

    When MotoTorch is told to start the LED on boot and the orientation changes, the LED will start again. Otherwise, great app :)

  42. Ryan Alford February 13, 2010 2:07 pm  Reply

    Thanks Patrick. I believe I saw your review on the Market, and tested it out and it happens for me also. As long as I can make it happen, I can fix it. I will be fixing this in my next release.

  43. Ryan February 18, 2010 12:32 pm  Reply

    Will There be support for the Samsung moment in future updates?

  44. Ryan Alford February 18, 2010 1:01 pm  Reply


    Can you send me an email to ryanalford843 at gmail dot com? I have a test app that I would like to test on the Samsung Moment.

  45. Gary February 22, 2010 3:19 am  Reply

    Love the application but would like to see it work with camera and video record so that you can turn it on an then turn the camera application on and see your subject in the dark before using flash.

  46. Chris February 28, 2010 8:46 pm  Reply

    I tried all “torch”-like apps and yours is the best!
    I habe two questions:
    First, the dim function never works… also the “Turn off screen” never does. What do you mean by starting as application? maybe that’s what I am doing wrong. I use Milestone.
    Secondly, I read in the specs that the milestone has a “Tricolor LED”. Does that mean it is possible to change the color of the flashlight? That would be sooo awsome!

  47. Sam March 1, 2010 1:25 am  Reply

    Great app, I use it all the time, its a permanent home screen widget. thanks!


  48. Ryan Alford March 2, 2010 10:12 am  Reply


    If you have your phone set to use Automatic Brightness, the options to dim the screen and turn the screen off will not work. Automatic Brightness overrides any changes that I make to the device’s settings.

  49. Jordan March 18, 2010 4:31 pm  Reply

    Change or add icons for the widget. They are all hideous! I’d rather go through my apparently drawer to open the application then use the widgets!

  50. Alex March 24, 2010 5:09 pm  Reply

    The widget icon is a bit on the ‘ugly’ side. I’ve mocked up an alternative in Photoshop.

    You welcome to use it. Email me if you would like it altered somehow.

  51. Netolu March 26, 2010 1:44 am  Reply

    Excellent program, does exactly what it should! I donated, but forgot to remove the free version first. How can I tell which is which so I don’t remove the wrong one?

  52. greg April 5, 2010 7:49 pm  Reply

    The widget icon doesn’t change when I press it.

  53. Carsten April 8, 2010 5:33 pm  Reply

    THIS for my Legend… Would LOVE to pay for!

  54. kike April 15, 2010 1:20 pm  Reply

    The app doesn’t work with htc desire.

  55. Mark April 16, 2010 9:43 am  Reply

    LED stays on when exit button is pushed. Even when. Box is checked. Manual operation works only for me.

  56. Joe April 16, 2010 1:35 pm  Reply

    When will you be releasing the source code?

  57. tizeka April 18, 2010 9:34 am  Reply

    App doesn’t work on HTC desire. Please fix this Issue …

  58. Ryan Alford April 19, 2010 10:37 am  Reply




    The HTC Desire doesn’t allow me to turn on the LED. Therefore, it’s not an issue I can fix.

  59. dOM April 21, 2010 9:30 am  Reply

    this does NOT work on the HTC Legend as well..

  60. Eric April 30, 2010 2:41 am  Reply

    I really loved this app on my Droid when I had it. Will you try to make one for the Incredible?

  61. Dean Penderghast April 30, 2010 5:57 pm  Reply

    Does not work on the new HTC Incredible.

  62. Handy FAQ May 1, 2010 5:16 am  Reply

    Moto Torch LED: Das Milestone als Taschenlampe…

    Ein tolles kleines Widget ist Moto Torch LED. Damit kann man unter anderem die Blitz-LED des Motorola Milestone dauerhaft per Klick auf das Widget aktivieren und auch wieder ausschalten. Gerade in der Nacht findet man mit dieser kleinen und doch hellen…

  63. Matt May 1, 2010 9:10 pm  Reply

    Please update to work on HTC Droid Incredible and Evo. I will definitely pay for this great utility.

  64. Ryan Alford May 3, 2010 8:00 am  Reply

    I am getting an Incredible soon to do some testing on. If it’s possible, I will do an update to make it work on the Incredible.

  65. nick May 5, 2010 7:42 am  Reply

    Just got the incredible, does this app work for that phone?

  66. Hayden Bennett May 11, 2010 2:26 pm  Reply

    Led lights are great because they are long lasting and consumes less electricity.~-.

  67. Chris S May 14, 2010 6:17 am  Reply

    I can’t wait until you ninja your way into the droid incredible. My buddy has this app on his MotoDroid and it works great… now just need it on mine!

  68. Ryan Alford May 14, 2010 10:15 am  Reply

    @ All Incredible owners

    I am in the process of getting a device to do some testing on. Not going to make any promises, but I will try.

  69. TC May 19, 2010 7:16 am  Reply

    Great app but can I use it as a light source as I’m recording a video and if so how?

  70. EffKay May 19, 2010 2:47 pm  Reply

    Your MotoLED Application Rocks!

    Just recently the proud owner of a Milestone and your app is a god-send.

    Thank you SO much.

    And then to whether the LED would wear out prematurely?
    Not very likely as it’s two high bright LEDs likely the type that consumes ~10mA to 13mA each (at most) and those kind of LEDs are expect to last 70k to 100k hours if not over stressed (over-current etc)

    However a LED will have usable light long after the rated time as the time rating given is when the LED output is expected to have dropped by 30%… thus after the 70k to 100k hours the light intensity would still be 70% of the as new output.

  71. Ryan Alford May 20, 2010 8:16 am  Reply


    Simply turn on the LED (using the widget or the application), then start up the camera. This may only work for the native camera application. I have been told that some third party camera applications cause the LED to turn off when they are opening.


    Thanks for the link. Good knowledge.

  72. eddie June 9, 2010 7:10 pm  Reply

    Doesn’t work on HTC evo

  73. Ryan Alford June 10, 2010 9:08 am  Reply


    It will work on the HTC EVO when the EVO is updated to Android 2.2.

  74. Cecil June 11, 2010 5:15 am  Reply

    This is not a complaint, just an idea

    Would it be possible to make the widget available on the lock screen? The reason I ask is because I have a weird lock pattern that usually takes two or three tries and its kind of a pain to have to unlock my phone just to shut off the light.

    Another way to make it simple to shut off is to have an option to shut it off via the camera button (but not turn on because that would probably end up in drained batteries)

    I love the app so far, keep up the good work

  75. Ryan Alford June 11, 2010 8:30 am  Reply


    I have thought putting the widget on the lock screen. I know it’s possible since there are a couple of apps that put things on the lock screen. However, there is almost no documentation on how to actually do it.

  76. Christian K June 12, 2010 12:47 pm  Reply

    Hi, just installed the latest update for this app, and am running the leaked Froyo build for the Droid. Instead of turning the LED on, it seems to initialize the camera. It makes the lens mechanism ticking sound just as if the camera app started, but doesnt actually do anything. Any ideas?

  77. Ryan Alford June 12, 2010 1:00 pm  Reply


    That is definitely an issue with the ROM. Seems that it is misinterpreting what I am doing(though I am using the camera, it should initialize it). I have put a link to a ROM that does work.

  78. Christian K June 12, 2010 2:04 pm  Reply

    Downloaded 3.1 but still does the same thing unfortunately.

  79. Christian K June 12, 2010 2:08 pm  Reply

    Sorry, didn’t see your comment. I didn’t really think about the rom itself, I’ll try it again on the next one that comes out. Thanks

  80. Ryan Alford June 12, 2010 6:07 pm  Reply


    Some seem to think it’s the theme’s that are causing applications to fail. MotoTorch is not the only application that doesn’t work on some ROMs.

  81. Eduardo June 13, 2010 6:14 am  Reply

    Nose todavia no Lo uso apenas estoy calandolo !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  82. stephen June 13, 2010 12:57 pm  Reply

    For the barcode scanner to use flash all you have to do is turn on moto tourch and then use ur app

  83. mainism June 15, 2010 1:26 am  Reply

    why not re-release the 3.0 on the marlet for droids with froyo. it works. is there something that was wrong with it?

    jeeze how long of a message do i have to leave…

  84. Ryan Alford June 15, 2010 10:31 am  Reply


    You posted 3 comments in 3 minutes. I am not God. I can’t read minds and I don’t get emails when I get comments(WordPress won’t send emails even though my email is setup). Post once and I will see it.

    Now to your question. Version 3.0 didn’t work either. Version 2.8 did(sometimes). However, 2.8 didn’t work on a lot of the current ROMs. I also cannot release an application to a specific device. So I can’t simply release one version to rooted DROIDs and another version to other devices. Rooted DROIDs are using Android version 2.2, which is the same as many Nexus Ones. I can only release to specific OS versions.

    So here’s how it is:

    version 3.1(and 3.0): works on stock 2.1 and stock 2.2, and as of right now, it does not work on any of the 2.2 ROMs.

    version 2.8: works on stock 2.1. works on some 2.2 ROMs. does not work on stock 2.2.

    As you can see, none of the releases work completely on all versions, which is what I am working toward. I am going to be working on another release today to try to fix the issue with the rooted DROIDs running ROMs that it currently does not work on.

    I’ve actually been told by one person running a rooted DROID that I shouldn’t even support the ROMs. You downloaded the ROM on your own. It’s not supported by Google or any of the phone manufacturers. You knew the risks of applications not working before you rooted your DROID and loaded a custom ROM. I don’t have to support ROMs, but I am taking my personal time to support them as much as possible even though I don’t have my DROID root so I have absolutely nothing to test with.

  85. Ryan Alford June 17, 2010 11:24 am  Reply


    If you are using a ROM on a DROID, please read the NOTES in the post.

  86. Aaron June 17, 2010 12:54 pm  Reply

    Has this been tested on the Evo 4g? This is the app I’ve been looking for, just doesn’t work with Evo, running Android 2.1! I’d love to donate if you can get this to work on my phone.

  87. mainism June 17, 2010 2:29 pm  Reply


    I appreciate your response.

    I do everything from my droid, and your site starts in mobile mode. There is a flaw in mobile mode on yoursite (this page). It does not show any comments, and when posting a coment it tells me “the post was unsuccessfull, most likely it is too short”.

    After trying (I thought) unsuccessfully to post 3 messages (each longer than the last), I assumed youhad disabled comments

  88. mainism June 17, 2010 9:53 pm  Reply

    Oh and i wanted to let you know, i am on the stock version of 2.2 not a modified rom on the motorolla droid.

    I underdtand, your thoughts, however, you might want to at least give a link to the 2.8 version as several people are having this issue (every 2.2 (froyo) loaded droid).

    If i didn’t have a backup i am not sure how i would have found the needed file…

  89. Ryan Alford June 18, 2010 6:17 pm  Reply


    There is no stock 2.2 for the DROID. Motorola hasn’t released it yet. If you are running 2.2, then you are running a ROM that was modified to run on the DROID.

  90. Mainism June 18, 2010 7:54 pm  Reply

    Rian, I am running the leaked stock 2.2 Fr rom – it may not be final but it is non-modified stock.

    Every version is loaded into Read Only Memory (rom) even from verizon and motorolla.

    Regatdless of that hooha, look at the commemts on market every droid on 2.2 is not working with the 3.x versions. All I’m saying is that is going to be a growing part of your user base.

    I am fine running the 2.8 version, but how do the rest find out about the problem and find the file?

  91. DrY June 20, 2010 12:35 am  Reply

    Doesn’t work on my Nexus one.

  92. Ryan Alford June 22, 2010 8:57 am  Reply


    The point is, you are not running a supported version of the OS. This is a chance that you take when loading custom OS’s onto your device.

    I can’t possibly support every custom ROM out there. It would be impossible. Most of the time, it’s just issues with the ROMs that cause applications(like mine) to not work. Once those issues are fixed in the ROMs, the applications start working again.

  93. Ryan Alford June 22, 2010 9:00 am  Reply


    Can you better explain “doesn’t work”? I have a Nexus One running the stock 2.2(FRF57?… not the latest version that was released over the weekend), and it works fine with a couple of bugs.

  94. Mainism June 22, 2010 10:32 pm  Reply

    Ryan, my point is it its a leaked version off the official update I am running, but regardless Every droid with froyo is not working, not one”rom”or another, why not provide a back-link here for all those on the market who would be happy to run the old version.

  95. Ryan Alford June 23, 2010 11:37 am  Reply


    Simply loading the FRF57(or FRF72) build onto your DROID will almost certainly cause problems with apps. It is basically like an “alpha” version of the release. This is why every DROID running a leaked 2.2 is having the problem. The release is just not stable enough and Motorola hadn’t had time to fix issues.

    I have a link to the old version on the AndroidForums….

    Here is an awesome summary of what my point is.

  96. Mainism June 24, 2010 6:03 am  Reply

    Glad you finally provided a back link. I would hate my droid without motof torch! :)

  97. Sundawg July 4, 2010 10:57 pm  Reply

    I’m using a motorola droid running on jrummy kangerade froyo rom and neither the widget or the application turn on my led?

  98. M Goodwin July 5, 2010 12:20 am  Reply

    Any chance of an update that will support the LG Ally?

  99. Ryan Alford July 7, 2010 8:57 am  Reply


    I am working on a fix.

    @M Goodwin

    if the LG Ally gets updated to 2.2, then it should work.

  100. M Goodwin July 8, 2010 9:53 pm  Reply

    Ok, I’ll be patient. Thanks!

  101. Mainism July 22, 2010 6:41 am  Reply

    Any update on that fix?

    If not, could you at least let your users know about the old version in the market description?

  102. Jeremiah July 23, 2010 4:47 pm  Reply

    I know you get inundated with all of these people asking for support and it can be a constant barrage answering the same questions over and over. However, I’m going to be that guy and ask one more time, “Will you have the source available any time soon?”

    I am new to developing Android and the LED flashlight is the first thing I looked for on my LG Ally. Nothing has been made available and I don’t see anything on the horizon.

    I’m not asking you to update your app or to fix it for me. In fact, I kind of look forward to learning how to fix it myself. However, your source would be very helpful since I am having a hard time figuring out how it is that one accesses the LED (via the camera, it appears).

    I think I read somewhere that Froyo 2.2 has better access to the LED, but my rooted Ally only has 2.1 and I am nervous about upgrading the OS (if that is even possible).

    Please let me know what your plans are for the source…..and if it won’t be made public anytime soon, I would REALLY appreciate an emailed jar file to look over and review.

    An Android Noob,


  103. Mainism July 28, 2010 9:32 am  Reply

    Is it that hard to update your market description?

    You are losing all the droid owners that have updated to froyo.

    While out would be great if you were able to update the ap, just good communication would help…

  104. Ryan Alford July 31, 2010 1:53 pm  Reply


    Actually it is hard to update my market description because I am limited to 325 characters for a description. I am currently using 324 characters. So I have no where to put the link.


    Yes, I do plan on putting the code up. I think I will do that this coming week if I can get SVN(or another code repository) installed on my PC.

  105. garrison August 1, 2010 11:22 am  Reply

    This is a great app but when I turn my phone the light and app will shut off. I can turn it on either horizontally or vertically but when I switch to the other it turns off. any ideas?

  106. Ryan Alford August 2, 2010 8:13 am  Reply


    Yes, that’s a bug. I am working on that fix now. I’ve been 100% trying to fix the issue with DROIDs running 2.2 that the bug completely slipped my mind.

  107. 7walker August 2, 2010 1:26 pm  Reply

    First: Great app! Thanks so much for it. Just awesome.

    I didn’t had the time to check if anyone mentioned it alread. However, I’ve a little problem with your app on my Milestone (2.1).

    The Checkbox is cut off a bit:

    Maybe you have an idea why that is…

  108. Ryan Alford August 2, 2010 11:11 pm  Reply


    Since this is my first Android application, I can’t figure out how to change the size of the checkbox but not the size of the text. When I try to make the checkbox bigger, it makes the text really big.

  109. Mark Ward August 3, 2010 6:56 pm  Reply

    Version 3.2 doesn’t work with the Droid and Ultimate Droid 5.0.1. ROM. Version 2.8 does work fine but as soon as I update it quits working and I have to revert to a backup of 2.8 to get it working again.

  110. Ryan Alford August 3, 2010 8:16 pm  Reply

    @Mark Ward

    Try version 3.3(I just updated the app again today). I fixed an issue that caused ChevyNo1′s Simply Stunning to not work. Fixing this issue fixed Simply Stunning and Bugless Beast. It could fix the issue for Ultimate Droid also.

    If it does not fix the issue, let me know and I will contact the developer.

  111. Aaron F August 6, 2010 9:58 am  Reply

    First I’d like to thank you for making this program. It’s extremely useful and something like it should have come preloaded. Second, I have an idea for expanding the program if you ever find yourself with the free time and inlination to do so.

    The morse code function on this app is fun but unless you find yourself in an emergency situation signaling to the coast guard it’s unlikely you will encounter anyone who can read it. What I propose is adding an interface that allows you to center the camera on a distant blinking light and translate morse code to text by analizing the video feed. A box superimposed in the middle of the camera view would allow the program to only worry about the area within it to save processing effort and program complexity. Is this possible? I have no idea but it seems logically sound. What would the use of it be? It would open up another means of communication, a fun and un usual one, and communication is what smartphones are all about.

    I don’t know how practical this would be as I’ve never programmed for android, but I’m hoping it can be done. You seemed the logical person to propose this idea to since it’s an extension of what mototorch already does and would give the app far greater (and unique) functionality.

  112. chuck August 18, 2010 2:41 pm  Reply

    Do you know any more on when you might have it working for Droid incredible.

  113. chuck August 18, 2010 2:43 pm  Reply

    Do you know any more on when you might have it working for Droid incredible. Really like this app. My friend has it and it is great.. Thanks

  114. Greg August 19, 2010 1:21 am  Reply

    Great app.
    The widget is excellent and very usefull.
    I had an idea: it would be nice that it appears a message or an icon in the notification area when the LED is ON, that can help us not to forgot to switch it OFF (because when you have a protection case, you may not see that the LED is ON).
    Sorry for bad english!

    Greg (France)
    Motorola Milestone

  115. Michael DeAmicis August 19, 2010 4:59 pm  Reply

    I wanted to say thanks for you app. It’s one of my favorites and actualy the first one i downloaded. I had heard of it on android forums before i got my droid. It’s made for me since i have used my phone display as a flashlight and the flash works much better. What promted me to write you today is my recent discovery of your alternate widget icons. I have been changing as many of my shortcut images to the smokey style to mach my launcherpro tray. Your smokey tourch looks amazing on my primary homescreen. I have decided to download your paid app even though it is the same as the free version. I hope you will@continue to

  116. Michael DeAmicis August 19, 2010 5:04 pm  Reply

    One of my favorite aps and the first one i ever downloaded. Should be a stock app on all phones. Jost discoved the smokey transparent widget icon to go with all my LPI shortcuts.

    Thanks for an awsome app

  117. Rich August 22, 2010 8:49 am  Reply

    Not working now on droid x with leaked 2.2… Widget or when I open the app… Let will not fire up… Led working with camera however…

  118. titansusa August 22, 2010 3:43 pm  Reply

    Didn’t work on Verizon HTC Incredible. Had a Droid X before and it was an awesome app. Recommended even though I can’t use it now

  119. Ryan Alford August 26, 2010 7:23 am  Reply


    Once the Incredible gets updated to 2.2, it should start working. I have reports that it currently works on CM6 RC3(Android 2.2) for the Incredible.

  120. dings August 26, 2010 11:10 am  Reply

    Its still not working for my droid ever since I got the update. When I hit the widget or open it in the apps list it does nothing. All I hear is the lense on the camera flicker a couple timmmes just like you hear when you open the camera. Is there a fix for this or am I doing something wrong?

  121. Ryan Alford August 26, 2010 1:23 pm  Reply


    What ROM are you using on your DROID? I can only assume you are using a ROM since the official 2.2 release for the DROID works with the app.

  122. Ray August 30, 2010 11:40 am  Reply

    I noticed you are checking the model to see if it is a droid, droid2, droidx, etc….

    Maybe it would be easier if you check the manufacturer for motorola instead or have you seen issues with this not being set as expected in some of the ROMs?

    That way it shouldn’t keep breaking as each Motorola device gets updated to 2.2.

  123. Ryan Alford August 31, 2010 7:16 am  Reply


    I was thinking about that. However, I was hoping that some Motorola devices would be able to do the normal way of turning on the LEDs instead of the hack. HTC devices don’t have a problem once updated to 2.2(Nexus One, EVO, Incredible). None of the Motorola devices work unless you jump through hoops with the camera…which I haven’t been able to get to work.

    I guess it must be the processor(OMAP vs. Snapdragon).

  124. dingscity August 31, 2010 11:13 am  Reply

    Still doesn’t work on the droid after the 2.2 update. Just hear the camera lense flicker when you open the app or use the widget but leds don’t work

  125. 2Sly August 31, 2010 2:04 pm  Reply

    I put a couple words N the morscode section & can not figure out how 2 delet the words, they won’t go away. How do I delete em? Thanks, 2Sly !

  126. Ryan Alford August 31, 2010 11:26 pm  Reply


    Have you updated to the latest version of the app? If so, are you running the official version of the 2.2 OS, or are you running a custom ROM? If you are running a custom ROM, which one?


    Click in the text box, the keyboard will popup, then hit the backspace key.

  127. Rick September 5, 2010 4:21 pm  Reply

    You update this app too much. It seems like every other day your app needs to be updated. Its getting obnoxious don’t ya think? I think so and I will delete it next time.

  128. Ryan Alford September 7, 2010 10:22 am  Reply


    While it may work for you, it doesn’t work for others. If you look at the bottom of the Market description, you will see a version number. Beside the version number, you will see some text. This text indicates what I have fixed.

    4 weeks ago, I released an update to fix issues that caused the app not to work on various custom ROMs that are available for the DROID.

    3 weeks ago, I released an update for the application to work on the DROID 2 and removed the TOAST notifications when using the widget. Since the DROID 2 had just came out, I had no idea whether it would work or not. When I got emails about it not working, I fixed it.

    2 weeks ago, I released an update for the application to work on the DROID X running Android 2.2. I didn’t find out until recently that the application stopped working once a DROID X phone got updated to 2.2. It works fine on a DROID X running Android 2.1.

    These are fixes to help make the app work for as many people as possible. You are not required to update.

    And yes, it’s very obnoxious of you to complain about me being too helpful. If you don’t like your applications to be fixed on-time, then uninstall my application.

  129. david September 16, 2010 1:33 am  Reply

    Does not work on my HTC. Bugger

  130. Ryan Alford September 16, 2010 4:58 pm  Reply


    What HTC device do you have?

  131. owoios September 21, 2010 8:13 am  Reply


    Great app with great options! I was using it on Milestone 2.1 stock. Now, there is a cool project “CyanogenMod for Milestone” by Nadlabak and after installing it on my Milestone I am unable to turn on the led. I can hear “blip blip blip” like when camera is turning itself on, but no light from camera led. It would be awesome if you could look into it:)

  132. Hans September 24, 2010 8:22 pm  Reply

    When will it work on the HTC Desire?

  133. Take Almog October 24, 2010 6:34 am  Reply

    Milestone with G.O.T 2.2 mod.
    LED not working but making the sound of the camera when activated.

  134. ansje November 8, 2010 3:14 am  Reply

    In the android market, this app, which I had previously installed now seems to be stuck on installing. It is running down battery life. Have tried turning off and on the phone, but it is still displaying the installing message.

  135. robby lawson November 8, 2010 10:00 pm  Reply

    Can you make this work for lg ally

  136. robby lawson November 8, 2010 10:01 pm  Reply

    Can you make this work for lg ally? It would be very nice to be able to see with this.

  137. will November 14, 2010 10:52 am  Reply

    Please add support for droid pro

  138. Htin aung November 18, 2010 10:13 pm  Reply

    Hi, your application is very nice and useful. It seems not working on froyo2.2.1. I m using milestone rom from oh_no. Thanks

  139. chris November 25, 2010 5:48 pm  Reply

    Hi I have the droid 2 global and when I try to turn the led on nothing happens. Didn’t know if you have been told about this issue yet. Thanks

  140. chris November 25, 2010 5:53 pm  Reply

    Do you know if you wink be adding support for the droid2 global?

  141. Nighto November 28, 2010 10:07 pm  Reply


    Great app, works perfect on my Motorola Milestone running Ecclair.

    Recently I updated to an unoficial release of Froyo, a ROM called ShadowModBR. Since then, I can’t use your appp anymore. Could you please check why? You can find it at shadowmodbr dot wordpress dot com. Thanks a lot!

  142. kevin December 7, 2010 3:16 am  Reply

    Is the app supposed to work for motorola milestone xt720?
    The light can’t be turned on by the app.

  143. Jack December 17, 2010 2:11 pm  Reply

    Tried to use the strobe as a tool for estimating wheel RPM. Would be much better if I could enter exact text–the slider adjustment is too coarse.

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  145. John Baxley December 23, 2010 6:19 pm  Reply

    Great app. Could you perhaps make it possible to type in the exact speed and duation of the strobe? Also greatt would be a +/-1 millisecond time change; +/- any time you want would be even better.

    I have used your app as a timing strobe to see bow fast a shaft was spinning.



  146. Adam December 23, 2010 9:55 pm  Reply

    Work’s great

  147. Markus December 26, 2010 11:22 pm  Reply

    I can confirm Milestone 2 is not working :(
    (android 2.2) – it thinks the LED was on, but it isn’t
    I really hope for a soon fix.
    it seems a lot of apps have that problem. I found one app (sun) working, which apparently activatet the cam to get the led working. you could see it in the backgroung

    Thank you for the good work so far.

  148. Quoc Anh December 28, 2010 10:35 pm  Reply

    I want to ask you if it is possible to use the focus LED (orange color led) of my camera as torch? I have Motorola XT720 which has xenon flash + autofocus led.
    Please let me know if its possible, and you may consider to add it to your app since its Motor too :)

  149. Quoc December 28, 2010 10:40 pm  Reply

    I want to ask you if it is possible to use the focus LED (orange color led) of my camera as torch? I have Motorola XT720 which has xenon flash + autofocus led.
    Please let me know if its possible, and you may consider to add it to your app since its Motor too :)

  150. Markus December 29, 2010 10:13 am  Reply

    Hi Ryan,

    Because you had trouble getting the LED working at the Milestone 2.

    You shout check out the app “TeslaLED”.

    It lets you select 4 different LED Modes.
    2 of them are Working at Milestone 2

    “Motorola Droid” – Just turns on the LED at normal level
    “Motorola Droid Froyo” – Turns on the LED at super-Brigt Mode (Does trigger the Autofocus Sound (Seems to use the Camera App))
    “HTC” – Not working at MS2
    “Standart Froyo” – Not working, triggers the autofocussound

    What would be really cool to let you select the method inside the app, and have a widget which preferable does have the ability to select the primary (medium) mode and in addion a secondary mode (Super-bright)

  151. cJ December 31, 2010 9:54 am  Reply

    the app will not turn on on my droid 2. the led’s work on it because they work for the camera, but will not turn on for the mototorch led app for strobe, ked, or morse code

  152. km January 12, 2011 9:48 pm  Reply

    Won’t work on my Delis 2. How do I uninstall?

  153. km January 12, 2011 9:49 pm  Reply

    Having same issue as CJ…Won’t work on my Droid 2. How do I uninstall?

  154. km January 12, 2011 9:52 pm  Reply

    Having same issue as CJ…Won’t work on my Droid 2. How do I uninstall? Can’t publish this unless I write. More because my question is to short.

  155. km January 12, 2011 9:55 pm  Reply

    Having same issue as CJ…Won’t work on my Droid 2. How do I uninstall? Can’t publish this unless I write. More because my question is to short. Keep adding more to get this message to post…blah blah blah…and then…

  156. Andrew Beddoes January 14, 2011 8:56 am  Reply

    I have a droid 2 global with the android 2.2 os. This is a replacement phone the first droid 2 that I had this app was awesome. Let me know if there is something I can do to make it work. Thank you, Andrew

  157. Chad January 23, 2011 10:21 pm  Reply

    Doesn’t work on sourcery ver 1.3. Would like to have added. Thanks

  158. Chad January 23, 2011 10:22 pm  Reply

    Doesn’t work on sourcery ver 1.3. Would like to have added. Thanks I love sourcery rom….please consider making it work. Thanks

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  160. Mike February 2, 2011 1:28 am  Reply

    Works on Moto Defy(T-Mob) running Android 2.1

  161. Mike February 2, 2011 1:29 am  Reply

    Works on Moto Defy(T-Mob) running Android 2.1 with no problem. All features, no force close. Great app. Thanks dev.

  162. Mike February 2, 2011 1:43 am  Reply

    Works on Moto Defy(T-Mob) running Android 2.1 with no problem. All features, no force close. Great app. Thanks dev. …….filler for the post………………………………..

  163. Jason February 6, 2011 1:51 pm  Reply

    Having problem with android 2 global.

  164. Ju1.0 May 10, 2011 7:39 am  Reply

    Does not work anymore on Milestone since oficial Froyo. Snif snif

  165. knoxi May 13, 2011 1:26 am  Reply

    Still does not work with Android 2.2 (Motorola Milestone)

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  167. Revolutionizer May 31, 2011 12:43 am  Reply

    Is it possible to make an app for the LG Revolution, i miss this on my Droid X :(

  168. db June 1, 2011 3:15 pm  Reply

    I ran mototorch on my motrola defy with android 2.1 and it worked fine. After my phone returned from a repair, android 2.2 was installed and mototorch isn’t working anymore.

  169. Chad Beauchamp June 7, 2011 9:25 am  Reply

    Just got a DROID X2 and am not able to get this to turn my light on I loved it on my original DROID hope you can help

  170. chulee June 13, 2011 7:26 pm  Reply

    I have a motorola defy and it does not work the android is 2.2.1, with milestone worked fine until I upgraded to 2.2.1

  171. Northern lights June 14, 2011 10:42 am  Reply

    After update to android 2.2.1 (milestone), torch turns on camera (can hear such sound). Please, fix it!
    On android 2.1 it’ve worked great!

  172. Northernlights June 14, 2011 10:45 am  Reply

    After update to android 2.2.1 (milestone), torch turns on camera (can hear such sound). Please, fix it!
    On android 2.1 it’ve worked great!

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  174. Wayne hayes June 27, 2011 9:10 pm  Reply

    Workd fine on my old motorola deffy does not cut on led on my new defy just brightens screen

  175. Lynn July 1, 2011 2:04 am  Reply

    Does not work on droid charge :-( please fix. I loved this app with my droid 1

  176. Tony Coco July 6, 2011 6:03 am  Reply

    Torch does not work. Android 2.2 Droid2 global
    TORCH SETTINGS/ – EXIT does not work
    Torch does not turn on from any button or widget.

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  178. Zblanco4 July 17, 2011 3:01 pm  Reply

    Moto torch does not work on Stock Droid X2 running android 2.2.2.

  179. fullOS July 17, 2011 10:26 pm  Reply

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  180. paul July 24, 2011 11:17 pm  Reply

    Does not work on the new droid 3

  181. paul July 24, 2011 11:18 pm  Reply

    Does not work on the new droid 3. I really like the app used it on my droid 1.

  182. bob frew August 3, 2011 4:12 pm  Reply

    I had a original droid and loved this app. I just got a droid 3 and it dosent work, any timeframe on droid 3 compatablity? Thanks

  183. bob frew August 3, 2011 4:12 pm  Reply

    I had a original droid and loved this app. I just got a droid 3 and it dosent work, any timeframe on droid 3 compatablity? I would like to use it on my new droid

  184. bob frew August 3, 2011 4:13 pm  Reply

    I had a original droid and loved this app. I just got a droid 3 and
    it dosent work, any timeframe on droid 3 compatablity?
    I would like to use it on my new droid

  185. toonn September 1, 2011 2:07 pm  Reply

    Is it also working on a motorola defy ??

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  187. Terry Stewary September 5, 2011 1:03 pm  Reply

    A friend demonstrated this appl to me and I loved it. Last week I purchased a Droid3 with OS vers 2.3.4 but was disappointed to find your cool appl doesn’t work on it yet. Is there a beta vers out or is one in the works?

  188. dennis a September 8, 2011 8:45 pm  Reply

    The app does’t work on the bionic…… help, I really like this app…..

  189. Jonathan September 11, 2011 8:20 pm  Reply

    I have a bionic and the LED doesn’t work with it… anything I could do to help out?

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  192. David October 19, 2011 4:10 pm  Reply

    I think it would be cool if another person running your app could use their phones camera to pick up the mores code coming from my phone and translate it to text.

  193. Jon October 28, 2011 8:33 pm  Reply

    I tried to email, but couldn’t, using the link above, from my device.

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  197. bill November 9, 2011 3:21 pm  Reply

    New user..i have a Motorola Bionic.
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    Is it just me pelt Droid x 2 not usable with this app? Figured my x worked wasn’t sure y x2 didn’t

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  205. Burk January 29, 2012 2:27 am  Reply

    I have been using this app on my Droid for the last 2 1/2 Yeats and love it. Just upgraded to the Razor and sad to see it does not work. You plan on updating the app to run on Razor in the near future?

  206. Rhonda February 2, 2012 7:15 am  Reply

    Light no longer turning on…

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  208. Zomby February 5, 2012 3:34 pm  Reply

    Ryan, I use this app daily on my original Android (yes, I still have a working 1st gen model as a secondary phone!) but unfortunately it does not work on my new Droid Razr Maxx… This truly is the best flashlight app I have found and I am very hopeful that you will find a way to make it work. The Morse code function is a great idea and a potential lifesaving feature. Thanks for 3 years of lighting the way, hopefully there will be an update soon to make it work on my device!

  209. troy February 16, 2012 7:43 pm  Reply

    This app doesn’t work on the Droid razor please fix

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  211. Robert Proud February 23, 2012 12:38 pm  Reply

    ETA on Droid 4 support?

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    When I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get 4 emails with the identical comment. Is there any way you can take away me from that service? Thanks!

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  214. aonegr March 11, 2012 6:29 am  Reply

    Mototorch is the best torch I have ever had. Thx a lot! So bad it does not support my new moto xt928. Could you plz make it work.plz.plz!

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  218. ryan j. April 8, 2012 8:52 pm  Reply

    Doesnt work on DROID RAZR. :’(

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  220. Kay Kildow April 16, 2012 12:12 am  Reply

    The screen resolution isn’t best, but enougth for text, maps, email. It have a very-gps, multitouch screen, small square shape when is closed.

  221. Ciera Sylvan April 16, 2012 1:47 am  Reply

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  222. Suk Hisserich April 16, 2012 7:59 am  Reply

    I got this phone and immediately loaded Advanced Task Killer so that I could stop all running apps when not in use.

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  228. Dave Parker June 1, 2012 9:54 am  Reply

    First, I want to agree with everyone on how useful this app is. I used it frequently on my Droid X. (I did not even know there was a donate version until I came to your page today, but I will certainly buy it now, just to thank you for how useful this app has been. You should make a note of it in the free app’s description). I got a Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx about a week ago and MotoTorch LED was one of the first apps I downloaded. Unfortunately, as you are aware, it did not work.

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  232. Christopher Crosson June 21, 2012 12:49 am  Reply

    I have used this app on my OG Droid since it first came out. Was disappointed to find that it didn’t work on my new Droid 4. I have had to use it more times than I can remember, and hope that you are working on an update for the newer phones. Best flashlight app out there.

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