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Display custom notification icons/dots on the screen. It was developed for the Samsung Galaxy S which lacks a physical dedicated LED.

Supported notifications:
-Text Messages
-Voice Messages
-Missed Calls
-Google Talk
-A Charging indicator
-Calendar events
-Emails (K9 and Gmail can have their own custom settings)
-All other 3rd party apps. For example, Whatsapp, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail. You can enable these via the Monitored Apps feature.
-A charging indicator

There are many options included in the app that help you customize your notifications and have them delivered the way you want. From Audio and Vibration reminders to Battery saving features and custom colors/icons for each notification type.

Use the provided widget to know NoLED's status

updating? please don't forget to enable NoLED from the Accessibility menu again.

problems? email me or read the FAQ (solutions to most of your problems are there)

Worried about NoLED's required permissions? Please see FAQ Q10 at or contact me directly

Video promo made by totallydubbedHD, Thank you.

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Recently changed in this version

-Added Vietnamese, updated Italian and Ukranian (Thanks nhh1994, 4lex and Olex)
-Support Gmail 4.5 and new tabbed inbox
-NoLED will insert a .nomedia in the custom themes folder so as not to show these themes in your Gallery app

-Urgent release - fixed new Gmail crash issues

More info:

Lists with NoLED

Some lists where this application appears: Nexus S.

Comments and ratings for NoLED
  • (67 stars)

    by Brandon Ware on 09/04/2014

    Once haptic feedback option popped up, I switched it on. Now there is no way to switch haptic feedback off and its getting quite annoying. I switched off accessibility and uninstalled the app, yet I still have haptic feedback. Please fix this irritating b

  • (67 stars)

    by Landon Groh on 04/04/2014


  • (67 stars)

    by Phil L. on 02/04/2014

    The gmail notification goes on sometimes even if I dont receive new emails in my inbox. Can you take a look into that please? Maybe the new social and promotional inbox (which I never check) on gmail are taken into account?

  • (67 stars)

    by RollTide35756 on 30/03/2014

    Other than being quirky and not showing text notifications on occasion it works great! Thanks!

  • (67 stars)

    by Roberta Muhammad on 27/03/2014

    I dont lik because when i want to turn my screen off it turns right back on and i have no messages or any other notifications either so yea fix

  • (67 stars)

    by Teresa Lynn on 26/03/2014

    I just thunk they should make an update so all phones can do color led

  • (67 stars)

    by Konstantin Vishnitskiy on 25/03/2014

    I think your beautiful app too often checks proximity sensor (if this option selected, of corse) I think all cycles in your program runs too often, it's unnecessary, it's drain battery.