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Default Control LED notification with Xposed mod ?

Is there a Xposed mod that allow to control LED notification ? i don't like the fact that it's blinking every 10 sec .. i would like something like every 3 sec.. And eventually open the screen when a notification income..

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Maybe Light Manager help you. You can find in the Play Store but it doesn't open the screen when a notification income. Only set led colours and blinking frquency.
 
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You can try out this app. Been using the full version from day one.
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LightFlow (from gplay) is also a neat app (I'm currently using it).
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check this out. It is still in early development, but why not try it?

http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.m...osedledcontrol
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check this out. It is still in early development, but why not try it?

http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.m...osedledcontrol
The Xposed LED Notification module doesn't work for me on my Nexus 5. Tried different settings and still doesn't work. Rebooted many times after applying settings etc. Removed it.


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The Xposed LED Notification module doesn't work for me on my Nexus 5. Tried different settings and still doesn't work. Rebooted many times after applying settings etc. Removed it.


Some other modules work and loving it!
Dude, it is said to work on Nexus 5 with android 4.4.2 ( this is actually the device owned by the author of the app). Do you have xposed framework installed? Do you even know what it is? You deffinetly need xposed framwerk to run an xposed Module.

Ow, also you need to have the default System LED notifications enabled. The module just replaces the color and the pulse time.
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Dude, it is said to work on Nexus 5 with android 4.4.2 ( this is actually the device owned by the author of the app). Do you have xposed framework installed? Do you even know what it is? You deffinetly need xposed framwerk to run an xposed Module.

Ow, also you need to have the default System LED notifications enabled. The module just replaces the color and the pulse time.
Hey man! Yeah I do have the Xposed framework installed as I'm using other modules and they work! It's no biggie, just weird that it doesn't work. It actually stops the notification led from working at all even for other apps. Default LED is enabled also.

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Hello,

I've the same problem with my Nexus 5. The framework is enable, but the "Exposed LED Control" module doesn't modify LED notifications.
I have other installed modules (like gravitybox) which works fine.

Thanks in advance.
 
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same here on nexus 5.

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