LED Notifications are a great way of finding out whether your Android smartphone or tablet has any new information or notification to show you, without having to actually activate the device or turn the screen on. Not only is that friendlier on the battery, but also more convenient. However, there’s a limitation – the device has to have an LED notification light in the first place. While most of the devices out there actually have that these days, not every one them comes equipped with an LED. For such cases, there have been apps like BLN (Back Light Notifications), which uses your device’s capacitive touch buttons to double as LED notification lights. Their restriction: almost all of them require root access. What if you’re unrooted, or rock a device that perhaps doesn’t have root yet, and still want some level of notification control akin to what we have discussed above? LEDBlinker has the answer.