Light Manager - LED Settings

Light Manager - LED Settings


Configure LED color and its flashing frequency for notification as shown below:
- Miss call
- SMS
- MMS
- Gmail
- Calendar reminder
- Hangouts
- *Email
- *Facebook
- *Facebook Messenger
- *Twitter
- *WhatsApp
- *BBM
- *LINE
- *GO SMS Pro
- *Handcent SMS
- *chomp SMS
- *Textra SMS
- *Any 3rd party apps
- Low battery
- Battery charging
- Battery charged
- No signal
- No 3G/4G
- No Wifi
- Airplane Mode On
- Silent Mode On
- Vibration Mode On
- Ringer Mode On
- Mobile Data On
- Wifi On
- Wifi Hotspot On
- Bluetooth On
On Android 4.1 and 4.2, ROOT is required for those mark with asterisk *. After grant the ROOT permission, you need to restart Light Manager for changes to take effect. However ROOT is not required anymore from Android 4.3 onwards. You need to enable the Notification Access for Light Manager at Setting > Security > Notification Access > Light Manager.

There are two operating modes:
1) Normal Mode - Only LED color for the first notification will be flashing
2) Alternating Mode - A few LED colors will be flashing alternately when multiple notifications are received

You may go to the test section to test whether this app works for your device.

For Samsung Galaxy SIII (JB):
- Device's screen needs to be turned off in order for the notification LED to work
- You need to go to Setting > Display > LED indicator and enable "Notifications" in order for this application to work

For supported devices list and FAQ, you may go to the link below:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1t26evGufoC4Fha1Vjyho1cgBKHY6MLJGBPHcsGKZVLc/edit

Recent changes:
v6.3
- Fixed crash when receiving whatsapp message for Android 4.2 and lower on certain devices

v6.2
- Fixed after read a SMS, LED light still flashing in Samsung Devices
- Added dedicated Textra SMS notification LED
- Added disable group LED for whatsapp on Android 4.2 and lower
- Added notification by keyword for whatsapp on Android 4.2 and lower
- Fixed calendar notification LED not working on first notification after reboot on Android 4.4.x
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About Light Manager - LED Settings
Configure LED color and its flashing frequency for notification as shown below:
- Miss call
- SMS
- MMS
- Gmail
- Calendar reminder
- Hangouts
- *Email
- *Facebook
- *Facebook Messenger
- *Twitter
- *WhatsApp
- *BBM
- *LINE
- *GO SMS Pro
- *Handcent SMS
- *chomp SMS
- *Textra SMS
- *Any 3rd party apps
- Low battery
- Battery charging
- Battery charged
- No signal
- No 3G/4G
- No Wifi
- Airplane Mode On
- Silent Mode On
- Vibration Mode On
- Ringer Mode On
- Mobile Data On
- Wifi On
- Wifi Hotspot On
- Bluetooth On
On Android 4.1 and 4.2, ROOT is required for those mark with asterisk *. After grant the ROOT permission, you need to restart Light Manager for changes to take effect. However ROOT is not required anymore from Android 4.3 onwards. You need to enable the Notification Access for Light Manager at Setting > Security > Notification Access > Light Manager.

There are two operating modes:
1) Normal Mode - Only LED color for the first notification will be flashing
2) Alternating Mode - A few LED colors will be flashing alternately when multiple notifications are received

You may go to the test section to test whether this app works for your device.

For Samsung Galaxy SIII (JB):
- Device's screen needs to be turned off in order for the notification LED to work
- You need to go to Setting > Display > LED indicator and enable "Notifications" in order for this application to work

For supported devices list and FAQ, you may go to the link below:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1t26evGufoC4Fha1Vjyho1cgBKHY6MLJGBPHcsGKZVLc/edit

Recent changes:
v6.3
- Fixed crash when receiving whatsapp message for Android 4.2 and lower on certain devices

v6.2
- Fixed after read a SMS, LED light still flashing in Samsung Devices
- Added dedicated Textra SMS notification LED
- Added disable group LED for whatsapp on Android 4.2 and lower
- Added notification by keyword for whatsapp on Android 4.2 and lower
- Fixed calendar notification LED not working on first notification after reboot on Android 4.4.x

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A Google User
Thursday 11:57 AM
Doesn't work on nexus 5
A Google User
Thursday 6:26 AM
Superb Really easy
A Google User
Wednesday 4:14 PM
Doesnt work on Samsung K Zoom It doesnt work on my new Samsung K Zoom but it worked well on my S3 in the past..
A Google User
Wednesday 3:57 PM
It doesn't work 😠
A Google User
Wednesday 3:43 PM
Does what it says, but takes up a good amount of battery. In order to get the application to have total control over your notifications, it's necessary to use the Alternating LED Notification functionality. Unfortunately, this functionality takes a good amount of battery power. I'm a light user, and it was taking 50% of my battery power, spending my battery at more than twice the rate of it's previous spend. As much as I like having good notifications on my phone, I'll deal with the ambiguity about which notification goes with which app, if it means I can maintain my battery power throughout the day.