Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Flash light on call - How to deactivate

If you notice at your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that for an incoming call, the flash light is flashing, then this is due to a special feature of the Android operating system. This feature is called "flash notification" and is in addition to the ringtone to point out that you get an incoming call. If you do not want the flash of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 lights up when you receive a call, you can disable the flashlight notification as follows in the Android settings:

On your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 navigate from the Home screen to the following submenu:

Apps --> Settings --> Accessibility --> Hearing

At the top of the site you can now see the "Flash Notification". To turn off the flash alerts when receiving calls or alarm tones remove the tick in the checkbox now. Finished!

You will now get on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 no notification by the photo light.



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I have the note 4 also, something changed on my phone (that I didn't do) and most settings were changed, along with it the camera flash would flash when the alarm clock went off...
If it's flashing but it's still un-ticked, go ahead and turn it...

I have the note 4 also, something changed on my phone (that I didn't do) and most settings were changed, along with it the camera flash would flash when the alarm clock went off...
If it's flashing but it's still un-ticked, go ahead and turn it on, then I tested it, it still flashed with alarm when it went off, then go back and un-tick it, and it's now off and does not flash with alarm anymore, sounds strange i know, but it worked for me.

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How do you stop the flash if it indicates that it is not activated in the menu?

 
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If it's flashing but it's still un-ticked, go ahead and turn it on, then I tested it, it still flashed with alarm when it went off, then go back and un-tick it, and it's now off and does not flash with alarm anymore, sounds strange i know, but it...

If it's flashing but it's still un-ticked, go ahead and turn it on, then I tested it, it still flashed with alarm when it went off, then go back and un-tick it, and it's now off and does not flash with alarm anymore, sounds strange i know, but it worked for me. it's like the default is on but still unticked, just need to turn it on, exit, then go back and turn it off and it should be off after that.

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How to turn on led light when receive messeges in whatsapp but not camera light

 
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Athena,<br /><br />The "anonymous" is basically a draft message with no recipient name put in. If he started typing a message, did not put a name or number in the "To" box and then left the messaging app, then it stays there. On the main screen...

Athena,<br /><br />The "anonymous" is basically a draft message with no recipient name put in. If he started typing a message, did not put a name or number in the "To" box and then left the messaging app, then it stays there. On the main screen for all messages, it should have, in red, "Draft" on the right side of the message.

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My bf had a text on his phone that he sent to "anonymous". He claims to have no clue why there would be no number therE and he "doesn't remember sending the text". He has the note 4. Any clue?

 
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