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Hi, just wondering of there is a mod for xposed which let's you increase the led blink rate for the stock rom? I don't want to use 3rd party apps 😪

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I'm not sure if this is what you're lookin' for but , in GravityBox in "Display tweaks" there's an "option for controlling pulse notification light delay (frequency)"
 
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How is this module on battery drain?

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So far it does not appear in my battery consumption list. For me it's quite good.
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So far it does not appear in my battery consumption list. For me it's quite good.
Tried this module and it didn't work with Hangouts
 
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I tried this and the led would only blink for a second

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I have none of those problems personally. Plus the LED customizations in most ROMs are not as complete as Lightflow.
Oh and it allows me to have Dashclock entries for apps that don't have extensions (e.g. AOSP email app). This is actually the main reason I use Lightflow.
You actually do have some of these problems, but you don't realize it. There's no battery drain issue, bnut there are definitely bugs in it, that are due to Android's handling of the LED.


1. Rapid blinking of multiple colors when turning screen off -- this happens often, but is by design. I've spoken with the developer and he said there's several situations where Android will screw up the handling of the LED blinking and end up permanently blinking until you restart. Part of the fix for this is to rapidly blink a bunch of colors, which takes care of the issue. This doesn't occur every single time you turn the screen off, but it does happen often. You probably just haven't noticed it, and that's the point -- it's avoiding an annoying bug.

2. Blinking randomly when there is no notification --- this is still a problem, but has been mitigated a good bit over the past few updates. The phone sometimes will just blink for absolutely no reason at all. No notifications, etc, but it'll blink.



Those are the 2 main issues. It also tends to crash on occasion, but again the latest version has fixed/improved that issue.
 
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You actually do have some of these problems, but you don't realize it. There's no battery drain issue, bnut there are definitely bugs in it, that are due to Android's handling of the LED.


1. Rapid blinking of multiple colors when turning screen off -- this happens often, but is by design. I've spoken with the developer and he said there's several situations where Android will screw up the handling of the LED blinking and end up permanently blinking until you restart. Part of the fix for this is to rapidly blink a bunch of colors, which takes care of the issue. This doesn't occur every single time you turn the screen off, but it does happen often. You probably just haven't noticed it, and that's the point -- it's avoiding an annoying bug.

2. Blinking randomly when there is no notification --- this is still a problem, but has been mitigated a good bit over the past few updates. The phone sometimes will just blink for absolutely no reason at all. No notifications, etc, but it'll blink.



Those are the 2 main issues. It also tends to crash on occasion, but again the latest version has fixed/improved that issue.
Again, I have never had these 2 issues. You said #1 happens often, then it probably isn't often enough for me. I always have the phone in front of me and I rarely restart my phone so if it did happen, I would have noticed it.
How many apps do you enable in Lightflow? If you have many pending notifications from many apps at the same time, then I can see how it could potentially mess up. I'm letting Lightflow control the LED for 4 apps only (Hangout, Gmail, Email, Whatsapp).
 
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Light manager is a fine alternative to light flow. I am using it for a few weeks now and it fits my needs.

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