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Perfect module; works like a charm. Looking forward to seeing more of your work. Its very simple to use, (especially when paired with floating-window modules). For future builds, please consider: adding a button to 'kill settings & relaunch' (to easily see the changes), and adding ability to change of items,
As of ver 1.5, this works on my S7 Edge. The application is already very useful and shows a lot of promise, but needs some work in the zone of ease of use. It's currently not possible to save settings (so the user will lose them, for example, in upgrading from standard to Pro), drag menu stuff between categories, or reorder categories. That said, the app's developer is highly motivated and I'm sure these issues will be remedied in time. My own back and forth with him on XDA resulted in the application transitioning from completely non-functional on the S7 to fully operational in the zone of about a week. A motivated developer is everything when it comes to closed source apps (or shareware as we used to call it in the olden days).
Working well so far on MM. I've tested all the options in the application and they all worked so I bought the full version. Could you add an option to change the category font/colour/size/position etc. Also would like to be able to change the background. Thanks
Installed lollipop cm rom and do not wish to install xposed at this time. Required an application that could adjust per application settings. Trial application sucks because ringer and notification are locked! So beware you might not obtain those necessary calls and tick people off! Which might just ruin some amazing friendships and begin the apocalypse. Hope a future release allows for disabling control of sounds by the app's default profile. Allowing the user to adjust as required if required done that way. Unbelievable application otherwise.
Maybe I SHOULD just give up on these apps that are supposed to create things easier. Because by the time I obtain around to installing it, I ALREADY KNOW how to do almost anything I need to with the system that comes with the phone. I'm sure it helps others, but I guess I'm too much of a geek to need it. Thanks anyway.
amazing idea but needs more options. for example d&d turns off when I enter a application with a profile and exit. need to have some method to create the profile see what I've turned on and off and save it else I would have to create a profile for every single application and change 1 toggle option like d&d every time I happen to need to use it which I believe d&d isn't even a option with this application
One thing I don't like is that it contains settings for Wireless connection on/off and Bluetooth on/off. The reason I don't like that is if one apps profile Bluetooth is set to on another application is set to off, when the second profile activates Bluetooth will shut off. I think those settings should be optional or something. I don't always wish Bluetooth running (mainly only while driving) but if I turn it on, and a profile activates where it's set to off, obviously it will turn it off. It's frustrating.
I love the simplicity of this app. As amazing as apps like Tasker are (apps that let you to change phone settings based on different triggers) they are complicated. This on the other hand is not because only one trigger is used: a specified application starting. It makes it so much clearer when a fresh profile is being applied and why. My only gripe is that it does not have a profile setting to turn off mobile data. Add that and I'd definitely rate it 5 stars.
Always requiring an application to turn something on or off isn't necessarily good; sometimes it needs to stay where it was; there needs to be a setting for the application to keep the previous setting. Opening other apps keeps turning the Bluetooth on and off.
This application was working amazing until the latest update. Now it stops working after a while and I need to reboot my phone to obtain it working again. I haven't done any android device updates between the latest time it was working and now, so it seems like something was changed in the application itself that caused this. Testing in the application still works. It just doesn't work for actual notifications for the configured applications unless I reboot, then it works for a bit and eventually stops working.
Love it I have no idea how long I've had this application its never allow me down, I hate to admit this but it needs to be said, yes I've cheated and have tried even bought other apps only to have had some poor break ups and came crawling back so the one that's never allow me down. As in any amazing relationship leave it alone if it's not broke
After upgrading my Galaxy S7 to Oreo (8.0), the Notification LED essentially quit working. I tried every menu option I could find, and nothing worked. I installed this application and the Notification LED is working !! The only problem I've experienced is that as soon as the screen turns on, the Notification LED quits blinking. This is in spite of the fact that I have both "Cancel LED" options in the Settings set to Off. This little bug is the only reason I rated the application a 4 instead of a 5.
Having problem getting the battery charging/charged LED to not come on if Do Not Disturb is enabled. Worked perfectly on my S7 Edge running Nougat, but doesn't work on the same phone running Oro (8.0) EDIT: Got it working. I had to set my DND mode to "Custom". I had it on Alarms Only and it wouldn't work.
Superb app. Does exactly what it's supposed to do with multiple colour options, flash rates etc. Also gives complete control of light with regard to battery status when charging. The developer always responds to any questions and is very helpful 👍
Please search a setting to stop the blue LED that is built in from Samsung email app. Using a galaxy S9 on Oreo. Had the same problem with the S5. Even if I set a notification with a various color LED for the email app, it will resort back to the blue LED eventually. 8/28 - there is no application setting that is set to blue in light manager, but that is the default color for samsung galaxy email notifications. Other LED notifications work , but I cannot obtain the email application to work
LG G7 ThinQ. Application is a bit buggy at the moment. LED doesn't cancel out sometimes, even after notifcation has been cleared. Other times a flashing aqua-coloured LED starts up after a notifcation has been cleared, and doesn't go away until the phone is rebooted. Flash rate for this aqua LED doesn't match what I have set in the app, which leads me to believe it's the default system LED which for some reason or another is being triggered. These problems don't seem to happen with my SMS app, but frequently with Google apps such as Hangouts, Gmail, etc. Edit: I take it back, it's now event with my SMS application (Textra). I have read my text and cleared the app, and the LED is still blinking at me.
Doesn't work on my LG V30. I'm using "screen mode" because I don't have a notification LED. I can't fingerprint unblock my phone when there is a Light Manager notification on the screen. Please fix if possible. *Edit* The August 5, 2018 modernize added the fingerprint permission. Before, nothing happened when I tried to use the fingerprint sensor. Now, the fingerprint sensor wakes up the phone and shows the lockscreen. I still need to put my finger on the sensor a second time to actually unblock my phone. It's better but still not ideal. Having to scan my fingerprint twice to unblock is a bit of a pain.
LG G7 ThinQ - is working in alternating mode and cycling colors. had to change hangouts from green bc it seemed to obtain stuck there. I enable missed call, hangouts, SMS/MMS. what I don't like is that it is taking 3-4 seconds between colors and is always blinking. any fix for either of those? RESPONSE: interval of change 1 second RESPONSE: I'm just glad it cycles thru the colors now. It definitely works better on pure Android.
Once set up! I was getting spurious led notifications (without notification in notifications bar). Gmail mis-match was the issue: I use priority inbox, with notifications for necessary only. LED manager was notifying for all emails, just forgot to tick the priority inbox option within LED manager set up. Works amazingly well with the apps I use now. Really satisfied with it.
This is a amazing application that I depend on to easily sort notifications based on color. It works flawlessly for me to the point I forget it's there. So I donated $4.99 to the Dev. If you obtain as much out of the application as I do, join me and help a amazing Dev.
LMPro is just adequate falling short of its promise. Two locations are problematic: A) The flash rate is correct only when opting for a 3 second interval OR no interval at all (that is, an unblinking LED) Opting for a quicker pulse is not possible for me; Light Manager Pro doesn't respond. And B) despite menu options one is effectively restricted to four or five LED colours. For instance, a lot of custom colors, pink, purple, cyan, etc. actually display as red. Phone: Blackberry Motion; OS: Android device 7.1.2