Don't spread info that it DOESN'T work with every app, because it's not true. It does. It's just...not very good.
If your apps aren't displayed then you're not selecting the proper settings.
Ok, right. You can activate it for each app, but it does not mean that it works as expected. Also what is very annoying is fingerprint unlock feature. Try to use it once you can see your notification with light. You will be surprised that it does not react...unless you will double tap on the screen....long way to make it stable...also I did not find proper way to see light once charging my phone.
But as someone said before if 3rd party app can be used and somehow works, then maybe Samsung gonna think about it, unless they are waiting to see many returns from disappointed customers.
For now I'm using my Gear S3 to got all notifications immediately with vibration on the hands, it is somehow workaround but not for everyone..
Smartphone for 1000$ should contain LED notifications by default
I think this app is battery killer...so I uninstalled it.. I had 25% of battery at 11pm at 3am it simply discharged to 0%...and smartphone was in stand-by mode...I did not use any battery consuming option in that app....so these guys are far far far away from stability..and dischargin battery to 0% is not good as you know...so thanks for that app.... ;/
gonna send back s10 to warehouse as there is no official statement if they gonna make some implementation of LED notifications
I don't think he just disappeared. Everyone is blaming that person. He is tired of defending himself. We don't know if the news is true but as he is claiming he was at the unpack event, I personally think he is a credible source.
Credible? He can't even name the person that told him this. He swears that the person that told him is telling the truth....yet they also told him it'd be on launch day, and that didn't happen. To me, that's anything but credible.
Also, this topic should not be flagged as "solved". Nothing has been solved here.
You people are rediculous. He never said 100% that this feature would be out on launch day .He just stated that he spoke to a representative from Samsung . Of course he isn't going to give names what sense would that make?! Let's cough up a name so all of you can rip on that person for "lying" .Give the guy a break he clearly was in a position to be invited to the unpacked event and I personally think he's doing s fine job relaying info he gets from said event .when I first saw this thread I never once took it as a sure thing esp not a sure thing on release day! I personally pray Samsung releases a update with this feature . The app that was just released dose not do it for me . It drains the battery way to quick and I shouldn't need a black screen overlay on my AOD for it to work
From his post 3 weeks ago:
it should be automatic. There may be an option to enable or disable though. The software hasn't push yet for me and I'm on the S10+ currently. When face recog and the selfie cam is activated though, it does spin a light around the camera briefly. I was assured that the software would be pushed by release day. "
@user78UemM9GIA I haven't disappeared at all. I'm always on the Community. You can private message me, if you really want to talk. As I have stated many times before, and in my original postings concerning this, I was told this information about the cutout notification in the testing area by a supervisor, and after the event by an executive. Samsung doesn't release information, generally, about new updates. It isn't suprising you aren't hearing anything about it. Again: is the update happening? Most probably. Does anyone really know when? No, no one knows, besides the software/developer team, when an update will push. I fail to see how personally jumping on my back to blame me benefits anyone. I was relaying information, as I have said for the 6th or 7th time now. 🙂