How to Turn Off Galaxy Note 8 Notification LED Light

In this guide, we will tell you how to turn off the Galaxy Note 8 notification LED flashing on the top of the phone. Samsung’s smartphones are user-friendly with tons of customization and advanced controls. While we cannot control which apps access the notification LED, we can disable it entirely.

Notification LED on Samsung phones gives you quick information without turning on the screen. Blinks for incoming notifications, alerts, missed calls and more.

However, with features like the always-on display, the constant flashing of a notification light is distracting. Whether you’re in a movie theater and want to turn it off or not, here’s how to turn it off. Additionally, it supports a full range of colors, and some apps even let you change the LED color for notifications. We will explain this below.

How to Turn Off Galaxy Note 8 Notification LED

Another reason why some users want to disable the LED is phantom blinking. Where it goes for no reason and there is no incoming notification. We haven’t seen reports of this being an issue with the Galaxy Note 8, but we have seen it on previous Samsung phones.

When you uncheck this option in settings, the notification LED will no longer go off. Now your phone will not disturb those around you or light up your bedroom late at night.

However, there is one issue users should be aware of before turning this off. The notification LED setting also controls the LED while the phone is charging. Galaxy Note 8 displays a red, orange, or green LED when the phone is on the charger. Turn this off and you won’t know when your phone is fully charged.

Since the battery charge status LED and notification LED are a setting, you cannot choose one or the other. All or nothing on Samsung smartphones.

Other Details and Customization

If you decide you want it back later, go to the same settings menu and turn it back on; Everything is ready. Then, as we said earlier, there is an app that lets you completely customize the notification LED.

Another idea is to customize it when you see the notification LED or use it to turn it off for individual apps. Apps like LightFlow. This way you will still get the battery charge status and reduce which apps are causing the LED to blink.

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Download from Google Play Store and choose which colors light up for each app or notification type. Give it a try today and enjoy a more personalized Galaxy Note 8 experience. While you’re here, take a look at these top 15 official Galaxy Note 8 accessories.

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