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Last time I made a post on how to use a new notification alert on android device.

Know I have  seen a way which you can also use and enjoy those features on Your iPhone.

Follow my steps below.

=>> Navigate to Settings

Change your Settings

First, go to your iPhone's "Settings" menu, then scroll down to select the "General" option.



From the "General" menu, go into your "Accessibility" sub menu.

Enable LED alerts



Now, scroll down and look for the section entitled "Hearing." The LED flash setting is part of Apple's suite of tools to help the hearing impaired.

Toggle the "LED Flash for Alerts" to on, so you see a green oblong under the virtual button.
Now, when your phone's screen is locked and you get an SMS, MMS or phone call, your iPhone would blink several times to alert you.



To turn the functionality off, just change the "LED Flash for Alerts" option back to off.

I hope this helps!


For Android users see how you can enjoy this features

 CLICKHERE 


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Last time I made a post on how to use a new notification alert on android device.

Know I have  seen a way which you can also use and enjoy those features on Your iPhone.

Follow my steps below.

=>> Navigate to Settings

Change your Settings

First, go to your iPhone's "Settings" menu, then scroll down to select the "General" option.



From the "General" menu, go into your "Accessibility" sub menu.

Enable LED alerts



Now, scroll down and look for the section entitled "Hearing." The LED flash setting is part of Apple's suite of tools to help the hearing impaired.

Toggle the "LED Flash for Alerts" to on, so you see a green oblong under the virtual button.
Now, when your phone's screen is locked and you get an SMS, MMS or phone call, your iPhone would blink several times to alert you.



To turn the functionality off, just change the "LED Flash for Alerts" option back to off.

I hope this helps!


For Android users see how you can enjoy this features

 CLICKHERE 


Last time I made a post on how to use a new notification alert on android device.

Know I have  seen a way which you can also use and enjoy those features on Your iPhone.

Follow my steps below.

=>> Navigate to Settings

Change your Settings

First, go to your iPhone's "Settings" menu, then scroll down to select the "General" option.



From the "General" menu, go into your "Accessibility" sub menu.

Enable LED alerts



Now, scroll down and look for the section entitled "Hearing." The LED flash setting is part of Apple's suite of tools to help the hearing impaired.

Toggle the "LED Flash for Alerts" to on, so you see a green oblong under the virtual button.
Now, when your phone's screen is locked and you get an SMS, MMS or phone call, your iPhone would blink several times to alert you.



To turn the functionality off, just change the "LED Flash for Alerts" option back to off.

I hope this helps!


For Android users see how you can enjoy this features

 CLICKHERE 


Last time I made a post on how to use a new notification alert on android device.

Know I have  seen a way which you can also use and enjoy those features on Your iPhone.

Follow my steps below.

=>> Navigate to Settings

Change your Settings

First, go to your iPhone's "Settings" menu, then scroll down to select the "General" option.



From the "General" menu, go into your "Accessibility" sub menu.

Enable LED alerts



Now, scroll down and look for the section entitled "Hearing." The LED flash setting is part of Apple's suite of tools to help the hearing impaired.

Toggle the "LED Flash for Alerts" to on, so you see a green oblong under the virtual button.
Now, when your phone's screen is locked and you get an SMS, MMS or phone call, your iPhone would blink several times to alert you.



To turn the functionality off, just change the "LED Flash for Alerts" option back to off.

I hope this helps!


For Android users see how you can enjoy this features

 CLICKHERE 


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