NoLED icon


    by: 34.6K 8.2

    8.2 Users



    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.

    Tags: noled , noled spricht , no led , noled application , noled talkback , noled themes , configurar noled , noled widget , noled instructions

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    Users comments

    Barb Smith

    by Barb Smith

    May 01, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Galaxy J3. Worked for 5 min., then quit. Uninstall!

    Michelle Smith

    by Michelle Smith

    Apr 30, 2017  |  "Good"

    I used to LOVE this app until I got my newest update on my Verizon note 5 and now it doesn't work properly. It used to be the best app I ever found!

    Alber to

    by Alber to

    Apr 30, 2017  |  "Great"

    No la hice funcionar

    Intimekatronikjaya Info

    by Intimekatronikjaya Info

    Apr 29, 2017  |  "Good"

    Try first and like last

    Jeevs Jee

    by Jeevs Jee

    Apr 23, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome thank you?

    Jeff Wieland

    by Jeff Wieland

    Apr 19, 2017  |  "OK"

    So far, I've been unable to get blinking to work.