How to Change the Notification Color on Your Android Device?

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When it comes to personalizing your Android device, one of the ways you can make it stand out is by changing the notification color. This small adjustment can add a touch of personality and make your device feel more unique. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to change the notification color on your Android device.

To begin, open the Settings app on your Android device. Once you're in the Settings menu, look for the option labeled “Accessibility” and select it. This option is usually found under the “System” or “Device” section, depending on your device model.

Within the Accessibility settings, you'll find a variety of options to customize your device. Look for the option called “Text and display” or “Color and motion” and select it. This option may differ slightly depending on the Android version and device manufacturer.

Once you've accessed the Text and display settings, look for an option called “Color Inversion” and toggle it on. Enabling color inversion will change the overall color scheme of your device, including the notification color.

Now that you've enabled color inversion, you can further customize the notification color. Open your phone's Settings app again and navigate to “ & notifications.” From there, select “Notifications” and choose the specific app for which you want to change the notification color.

Within the app's notification settings, you'll find different types of notifications that can be customized. Tap on the specific type of notification you want to modify, such as “Message” or “.”

Once you've selected the type of notification, you'll see various customization options. Look for an option labeled “Alerting” or “Silent” and choose the one that suits your preference. This will determine how the notification appears and whether it makes a sound or not.

If you want the notification to appear as a banner when your phone is unlocked, you can enable the “Pop on screen” option. This will ensure that the notification is displayed prominently on your device's screen.

Now that you've adjusted the notification settings for a particular app, you can repeat the process for other apps as well. Simply go back to the “Notifications” menu and select a different app to customize its notification color.

Remember, these steps may vary slightly depending on your Android device and version of the operating system. If you encounter any difficulties or don't have access to certain options, consult your device's user manual or search online for specific instructions for your device model.

Changing the notification color on your Android device is a simple way to add a personal touch and make your device feel more unique. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily customize the notification color for individual apps and make your Android device truly your own.

How Do You Make Your Android Notifications Different Colors?

To make your Android notifications different colors, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
2. Scroll down and tap on “Apps & notifications” or “Notifications” (depending on your device).
3. Look for the specific app for which you want to change the notification color and tap on it.
4. In the app's notification settings, you may find an option called “Notification style” or “Notification appearance.” Tap on it.
5. Here, you might see different customization options, including the ability to change the notification color. Tap on this option.
6. Depending on your device and Android version, you may have different color customization choices available. Some devices offer pre-defined color options, while others provide a color spectrum where you can pick any color.
7. Select the color you prefer and tap on “Done” or a similar button to save the changes.
8. Exit the settings menu, and the notification color for the chosen app should now be changed.

Note: Not all Android devices offer the option to change the notification color for every app. Additionally, the steps may slightly vary depending on the Android version and device manufacturer.

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How Do You Change the Color of Your Text Notification?

To change the color of your text notification on an Android device, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
2. Look for and select the Accessibility option from the list of available options.
3. Within the Accessibility settings, scroll down and locate the section labeled “Display” or “Text and display.” It may also be referred to as “Color and motion.”
4. Tap on the option that mentions color inversion or color display.
5. In the color inversion settings, you should find an option to toggle on or enable color inversion.
6. Once you have enabled color inversion, the text notification color should change according to the selected inversion settings.

You can change the color of your text notification on an Android device by accessing the Accessibility settings, finding the color inversion or color display option, and enabling it to toggle the color inversion for your text notifications.

How Do You Change Your Notification Style on Android?

To change your notification style on an Android device, follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your phone. You can usually find it by tapping on the gear-shaped icon in your app drawer or by swiping down from the top of your screen and tapping on the gear-shaped icon in the notification panel.

2. In the Settings app, scroll down and tap on “Apps & notifications.” This option may also be called “Apps” or “Applications” depending on your device.

3. Under the “Apps & notifications” menu, tap on “Notifications.” This will open the notification settings for all the apps installed on your phone.

4. Once you are in the “Notifications” menu, you will see a list of apps that have recently sent notifications. Tap on the app for which you want to change the notification style.

5. In the app's notification settings, you will see different types of notifications that the app can send, such as “Alerting” or “Silent.” Tap on the type of notification you want to modify.

6. After selecting the notification type, you will be presented with various options to further customize the notification style. These options may include sound, vibration, LED light, and more. You can choose the settings that suit your preferences.

7. If you want to see a banner for alerting notifications when your phone is unlocked, you can turn on the “Pop on screen” option. This will display a banner on your screen when you receive an alerting notification.

8. Once you have finished customizing the notification style for the app, you can repeat these steps for other apps if needed.

By following these steps, you can easily change the notification style for different apps on your Android device.

Conclusion

Changing the notification color on your Android device can be done through various methods. One way is to use the Edge Lighting feature on Samsung Galaxy S23, where you can customize the color by going to Settings, selecting Accessibility, then Display, and finally Text and display. Another option is to use the Color Inversion feature, which can be found under Accessibility in the Settings app. Additionally, you can customize notification colors for specific apps by going to Settings, then Apps & notifications, selecting the desired app, and choosing the type of notification you want to customize. By following these steps, you can easily change the notification color on your Android device to suit your preferences.

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Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.