With all the apps running on these Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus devices, one can only get so many notifications! To make it a less stressful thing, your smartphone is giving you a variety of options when it comes to the built-in notifications. You must know, by now, that you can choose pre-installed ringtones and that you can even set mp3 songs for notifications; the vibration patterns are not a secret either; but how about the flash alert on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus?
If you’ve noticed a small light blinking at the top of the smartphone’s screen when you haven’t used it for a while, then you already had contact with this alert. Perhaps you didn’t make the association in your mind, but that light is a LED flash and it flashes when you have unread notifications. Unlock the screen and convince yourself!
If you’ve seen these notifications on other smartphones and want to make use of it on your own phone, you’ve come to the right place. This short article will teach you how to enable flash alert on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus device. Naturally, you’ll also get to see from where you can turn it off, in the event that you will change your mind at some point. All these being said, let us detail the essentials of this action.
In Order To Turn On Flash Notifications On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus, You Must:
- Use the App icon to get to the Settings;
- Select the tab labeled as Accessibility;
- Go to the Hearing option and identify the Flash Notification;
- Tap on it and look for its controller to switch from Off to On.
Remember that each tap on the Flash Notification option underneath the Hearing submenu will lead to enabling or disabling the option, depending on how it was previously set. If you’re just trying out the Flash Alert on Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, simply make sure it’s set to On!