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Does this device have led notifications?

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9th February 2014, 09:12 PM   |  #11  
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I'm using I9192XXUBML4. rooted with Knox removed. I also removed few apk from /system/app folder.
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So yours came with knox and you removed it? How?

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Eek. My bad, its not in the developer options. Its in the accessibility options. You'll see it there. My bad. I dint have my phone with me at that time.

It seems to only work with text messages? How to make it work with other app notifications?
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So yours came with knox and you removed it? How?

The knox bootloader was removed from rom package before installation.
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So yours came with knox and you removed it? How?



It seems to only work with text messages? How to make it work with other app notifications?

It dint work with the text notifications on my end. Only emails and phone calls. Have no clue if you can configure apps to use this. I think basic Samsung apps only support it mate.
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bln does not work with notifications which are turning on the display. So for SMS just use an app like GoSMS where you can configure the display to stay off, like in whatsapp.
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