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Support LED Light Manager not working properly

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dubie7006, Mar 14, 2015.

  1. dubie7006

    dubie7006 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Title kinda explains it all. I had a software issue (NOT 5.0 related...still running 4.4.2) which caused people on the other end to not be able to hear me. As a result, had to factory reset.

    Most everything works just as expected, but my LED light manager is not working. I've checked all my setting and it SHOULD work, but something isn't right. Anyone have any ideas, suggestions, etc on what I could possibly do to change my luck? I really loved having the LED tell me what I had going on and also eliminated the need to check my phone every 5 minutes.

    I even uninstalled and reinstalled the program, as well as installed a different LED manager, to no avail.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks.


  2. lexluthor

    lexluthor Android Expert

    Works for me. Check system settings, display, notification light and make sure that's on and then under there, make sure at least downloaded apps is checked.

    Edit: Actually I'm using led blinker, but same setting is probably required for any light manger app.
  3. renegad3

    renegad3 Well-Known Member

    Make sure you have allowed the app to have notification access.

    Most will prompt you to allow it automatically. Others you have to specifically tell it to allow access.
  4. dubie7006

    dubie7006 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I did enable the app to use notifications. That is not the problem.
  5. SpyderBite

    SpyderBite Well-Known Member

    Did u try another led manager? Maybe it's the app.
  6. dubie7006

    dubie7006 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I tried several actually. However, the problem is no more. I restarted the phone after re-installing my original light manager app and it worked after the restart. Not sure what the issue was but turning the phone off and back on did the trick.

    Mods, feel free to delete.


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