Notification lights came off a novelty feature a few years ago, and now every Android device comes with one. Although Ambient Display is becoming the next best way of viewing notifications, you might want to customize LED notifications on Android.
Some Android devices do come with a built-in way to customize LED notifications, but some of us have to stick to the default settings. However, there are plenty of apps, like the Light Manager that give you the power of customization without any hassle.
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Note: In order to use LED notifications, you must make sure that “Pulse notification light” is enabled from Settings->Sound & notification.
Step 1: Download Light Manager from the Play Store
You can find plenty of apps to customize LED notifications on Android without rooting. We find Light Manager to be the simplest app for this purpose, so look it up in the Google Play Store app. You can also download the app by pressing the link given down below.
Once you have downloaded Light Manager, open it and set up the app to get started. The app will ask you to grant it “Notification access”, so go ahead and toggle it on. Press the “Allow” button on the pop-up screen that confirms notification access for Light Manager.
Step 2: Customize LED notifications on Android
Once you have set up the Light Manager app, you can change LED settings for all different types of notifications. For instance, if you want to change the notification light for “Missed Call”, tap on the box and select the color of your choice.
Moreover, you are not just restricting to changing the LED color for just the system apps. Scroll down and press “Add an application” to add third-party apps installed on your Android and assign a personalized color. Press “Restart Light Manager” after selecting your options to make sure that they are properly applied.
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August 08 2017