Looking to add notification LED to your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus? Well, this is just the perfect guide for that! Without root, thanks to jawomo — developer behind aodNotify — new Galaxy Note 10 users can easily implement a notification LED on their phones. Using Always-On-Display as the base feature, there is an app that mimics a notification LED on your Note 10 by lighting up only the surrounding area of the center camera cut-out. Great thing is, you can customize the light colors, pattern options and more. Read ahead on how to implement notification light — and even Edge Lighting — on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
While Samsung has added Always-on-Display functionality which uses the whole display to show notifications, some users still find a classic notification LED more practical and useful. If you find yourself in the same camp, aodNotify has you covered! It is a very ingenious app that makes use of existing AOD (Always-on-Display) functionality to display a colored circle right round the camera cut-out on the Galaxy Note 10 / Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
How to Add Galaxy Note 10 Notification LED:
The important thing before we begin, this procedure doesn’t require root or any system modification which is a big plus.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus / Note Plus 5G
- Google Account Signed-in (To use Play Store)
- Internet Connection
Step 1 – First, download aodNotify. It is being distributed through Play Store so you will always have the latest version running thanks to auto-update.
Download: aodNotify from Google Play Store
Step 2 – Once installed, open up the app and grant it permissions. The app doesn’t require any access to internet which is a big plus if you are concerned about privacy.
Step 3 – Enable notification LED for selected or even all apps.
Step 4 – As a bonus, the app also lets you enable edge lighting for notifications which is not available by default, you can configure that from the app settings as well!
That’s all to it! You should now have complete notification LED functionality on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus. Looking for more guides to try out on your new phone? Read them all here.
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