To answer one question that must have been bugging you lately, yes, Samsung Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1 devices have the LED Notifications feature turned On by default. You can tell it by the LED flashes you get from time to time. Whether it’s a message, a missed call, or any other notification you didn’t have the chance to look at, while the screen is locked, the LED will blink at every few minutes.
Some people find it useful, others are literally annoyed by it. If you’re form the second category, this guide is exactly what you need. Read the instructions from below to see how easy it is to turn off and disable this feature of your Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1 for good.
To turn off these notifications and then completely disable the option…
- Begin by turning on the smartphone;
- Make sure you’re on the Home screen;
- From there, open the general Menu;
- Select the Settings icon;
- Tap the Sound and Notifications entry;
- Look for the LED Indicator feature;
- Select it;
- Tap on its dedicated toggle to disable the feature.
By turning it off for good, from now on, the LED notification will no longer let everyone around you know that you have unread messages or notifications waiting for you to check them. What happens on your smartphone remains hidden, especially when you set it to Mute and no sound will come out of it.
The only decision you have to take, for the time being, is if you really are ready to give up on all your Samsung Galaxy J7/J8/J9/J6/J5/J4/J3/J2/J1 LED notifications. That’s because you cannot really be selective about what LED notifications to keep and what notifications to cancel. You either keep them all or disable them all!