Light Manager is an android application that serves to regulate the LED color on Android phones when there is incoming notifications. With this application, you can control and set the color LEDs of different notifications, such as notification of incoming SMS messages, incoming calls, weak batteries conditions, there is no network signal conditions, and so forth into the red, green, blue, and others. If you want to change the color you like (custom color), go to the settings menu and change application color as you like via the settings menu hex code. After that, you have to get the LED and notification in accordance with your own desires.
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
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- Added missing translation French, Polish, Russian