Why is this not a vanilla option? The only reason I have an android is the customization. So much greater than the iBasics. I just cant understand why Verizon would take away this option to adjust the button lights. What is the motive? Money? This app works great. I can now use my S6 in the dark without the button lights blinking on and off in my eyes. Should save battery life, too.
Outstanding! Useful! Necessary! After months of trying to find the Galaxy Tab S2 lights in the dark, I happened on this app, which solved the problem. Very useful; actually necessary for full enjoyment of your Samsung Galaxy device. Other reviewers have stated that light settings offered by this app should be a standard feature, and they should be. Thanks to the developer for correcting this deficiency.
I will pay for this app But it's free. I will happily pay for the application that works flawlessly and in no non-sense manner. Kudos to developer. Thumbs up to you, thumbs down to Samsung. Who in the world thought it's a good idea to turn them off every 1. 5seconds? Drove me crazy until this app came to rescue.
It works Does what it needs as the S7 doesn't give you this option anywhere. However, I would be thrilled if you could implement app exceptions, such as having the lights be off for specific apps of your choosing. Being able to set the lights off for a certain time period (e.g. night time) would also be nice.
Absolute must have for every GS7! Like others have said, this app should not have to exist, but I am extremely glad that it does! I can't wrap. My head around the stupidity of the software engineer choosing not to put the options in this app into the phone's core software. Especially since my Galaxy S3 had it! Oh well. Many thanks to the developer of this simple yet very much needed software. Now I can turn those stupid annoying capacitive button lights off for good!
My eyes aren't annoyed anymore! I've had my galaxy s2 tablet for like two days, and couldn't get used to the annoying light. I have a note 4, and that was one of the first things I disabled. I was super upset to find out the tablet doesn't allow that. Thankfully this works, and I don't have to deal with the blinding light any longer.