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General LED light settings?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jack58, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. jack58

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    Where are the LED light settings?
    I'm told to turn off the messaging LED in order to get Light Manager to work.
     

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    jack58, you need to turn off LED notifications within each app that you want Light Manager to control. Some apps have this switch in settings, others do not. As an example, the Gmail app does not, the GoogleVoice app does.

    Also in the S7 settings--->notifications, you need to check the box next to the Light Manager app, to enable the S7 to allow Light Manager to send notifications to the LED.
     
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    Not finding the LED settings for text messages, phone or any of the other ones... must not be looking in the wrong places as there are a lot on this phone. However, I must have done something right (per your advice in another post) as my text LED color, purple is showing up with the little icon on my always on screen and that is what I want. I don't want ANYTHING (except text) showing up on my lock screen and I'd like to shut those off as blocked calls, things like that are showing up there until I swipe them.
     
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    Glad you got it working for what you wanted. Marshmallow appears to be more difficult for app developers to control the LED, but hopefully it will be figured out.
     

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