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This is a very simple mod for those who are working at dark.
And the LED brightness is to high and have this white BIOS splash screen.
1) To disable BIOS splash screen just go to the setup and disable it.
2) LEDs mod. Use any dark color whiteboard marker to paint LEDs on mainboard.
Open the bottom lid and unscrew the motherboard. Lift it a bit and paint the LEDs.
Use one layer of paint, blue LEDs brightness will be near to orange/green LED.
If you add 2 or more layers, LEDs will not be visible at daylight-just remove paint by cloth.
Remember that there are 4 blue LEDs on front (BBB(O/G)B) and one on the side (N150)
Sorry Off topic – Blue LED on the side… sounds as if you have a 3G enabled N150…
Have you ever worked out how to use that switch? Is there a physical (not FN combo) comination/sequence to choose either 3G / Wifi / or Bluetooth mine seems to be ON or OFF…
This looks like a simple switch. On windows when you press it, it toggle WLAN ON and OFF.
Don’t know how it is connected to system. I don’t use it as well as Fn+F9 at all.
I use “C:Program FilesSamsungEasy Display ManagerEDMWirelessConfig.exe” shortcut to
manage my wireless because it is faster for me. Just bind that shortcut to any easy key combo.
I’m trying to go 100% Linux… and Samsung tools (which usually makes the Fn Keys work), will not work on my netbooks.
So I iz looking for alternatives to Fn Keys and cannot seem to do anything with that switch except toggle WiFi on/off.
I tested my N150 on live Ubuntu 11.04 . When I hit side key I see that BT icon disappears and WLAN turns off.
Most of the Fn keys are working: sleep, bat info, disp switch, mute, TP disable, num/scroll lock, vol +/-.
Other keys seems to not work (backlight keys triggers the backlight gauge but the backlight does not change).
As I remember the online/offline command for 3G modem is +CFUN=1 / +CFUN=4 .
On/off commands for BT/WLAN are probably well documented and can be binded to a key combo or accesed via GUI.
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