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Saturday, October 13, 2007

Motorola RAZR - Clublights Setup and Tutuorial Guide

What are Clublights? They are a cool Motorola feature on many of their phones that show a flashing keypad, inside LCD screen, outside LCD screen and Bluetooth indicator lights that are sound sensitive. Depending on the sensitivity setting, the volume of the room you are in or music, the various elemens of the phone will flash in rythym to the music on your Motorola RAZR V3 or similar phone. Usually, they do not come enabled out of the box and there are two main methods for enabling the clublights feature.

1. Use SEEM editing, or a method edit the SEEM or storage container on your mobile Motorola phone.

2. Use an editor like P2KTools in order use a graphical interface in order to edit the various settings.

For the purposes of this tutorial I will be providing both methods, and the graphical interface will be provided by P2KTools 0.8.6 Build 406 (Installation Guide here) although P2KTools3 also know as PKTools VS is also compatible.

Here is the how to guide:

1. You need to either edit Seem 0032_0001 offset 59 by making sure that bit 3 is checked and editing Seem 0032_0001 offset 63 making sure bit 3 is checked. Alternately, you can you P2KTools (as pictured below) by choosing the --> Switch to P2K Mode --> Other Features --> Multimedia --> Click 'Get' near the bottom --> then select 'CLUB_LIGHTS_AVAILABLE', 'CLUB_LIGHT_AVAIALBLE' and 'ALERT_LIGHTS_AVAILABLE' on the phone --> Click Set below.

How to enable clublights on your Motorola RAZR phone guide and tutorial

2. An important step (missed originally) is that now you need to use the green 'Restart' button at the top of the screen for the P2KTools software to restart your phone. Once the phone is restarted, go to step 3.

3. Now go to your RAZR phone and click Menu --> Settings --> Personalize and the 'Rhythm Lights' menu item should now be availabe. Choose the menu you item and it brings you to the Rhythm menu.

4. Here you have your choice of various patterns that include:(None), Starburst, Wild, Lava, Funk, Pulse, Wave, Techno, and Forest. Once you select your Rhythm Lights style, choose a timer for how long they will work -- from 1 to 10 minutes. Then choose the sensitivity on a scale of 1-7 with 1 being the most sensitive. Under one, medium voices in the room will cause the clublights to light up and flash!

Congratulations, you have successfully enabled the Moto modification for clublights on your Motorola phone! Did this work for you? Please let me know with a comment!


Anonymous said...

Hey help with the clublights plz
im me = Dagr8kewlrishi

Anonymous said...

Is this bad to try if you have no experience with P2K?

Anonymous said...

I got as far as having it say rhythm lights on the phone but they don't seem sound sensative.

Anonymous said...

hey, will this work for motorola