This post was last edited by ahiadzro at 2020-9-30 02:56 |
FrontFlash Notification allows you to use your front flashlight as a notification light for both incoming and missed alerts.
It also extends the concept of notification to the unread badges received from applications even if they are silent notifications. Anytime an unread badge pops up, in the same way as a normal notification the flash starts blinking and you will be notified about what's going on.
It works on all devices equipped with a front flash, regardless of whether or not they have the hardware LED notification, and it's pretty configurable.
Key Features of FrontFlash Notification
• Customizable activation based on the current display status and audio mode
• Single or double blink
• Optional custom delay for the first blink
• Use also the rear flash when the device is upside down
• Additional flashing loop with customizable frequency
• Three different gestures to dismiss the flashing loop
• Customizable exclusions for the incoming call, the missing call, user applications, and the text messages
• Suspend on low battery
• Suspend during a customizable time slot
• Integration with the Android "Do not disturb" settings
• Custom quick setting tile in the quick settings panel to easily turn on/off the service
• Custom shortcut pressing the application icon to easily turn on/off the service
• Built-in blacklist to avoid the flash for useless, fake, or annoying notifications from some applications
• Optimized for memory usage
• Battery-friendly (usually takes up 2% in each 24 hour period)
• Dark theme
• No ADS
• No ROOT ACCESS needed to work
Click here to download the app from Google Play if you are using Android 9!
How to Enable FrontFlash Notification on Android 10
1. Download the app from the link provided https://drive.google.com/file/d/ ... M/view?usp=drivesdk
2. Install and allow the various permissions
3. Open Phone Master > Toolbox > Auto-start Management and allow Flash Notification as shown above