1. humanhowever's Avatar
    Hey All!

    Hope you had a lovely Christmas, those that were celebrating

    I got a Lumia 1020 a few days ago, and have noticed the lights of the 3 buttons at the button aren't working. I can't remember having seen them glow. Even last night, the didn't seen to be working in the dark.

    I am currently using DP, could that be the reason?

    Thanks.
    N.
    12-26-2014 04:53 AM
  2. gMaesterUK's Avatar
    DP shouldn't matter, have you got Battery Saver turned on? Battery Saver >> settings. If it's on, the capacitive buttons won't glow, I usually keep mine on "When battery is less than 20%".

    Hope this helps, if not, post back...

    G.
    humanhowever likes this.
    12-26-2014 11:50 AM
  3. humanhowever's Avatar
    Hey G,

    Thanks for the reply. My battery saver is set to the "when battery is less than 20%" option.
    It's odd, because even when my phone is fully charged, the lights don't turn on in the dark.
    12-27-2014 12:24 PM
  4. humanhowever's Avatar
    Heya...I was also hhavingthe same pproblem with my Lumia 925...

    What I did was...
    I flashed my Lumia 925 with Nokia software recovery tool...
    And lights started to glow up...
    But then that would remove DP right? And I'd have to update everything from the beginning? I can give it a go if I find no other solutions.
    12-27-2014 12:25 PM

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