Xperia Led Music - Xperia Led Music app will help your xperia phone to beat led music effect in any music player.(WALKMAN, TTPod....).
Your phone can blink led even if in Home screen or lock screen.
The application supports almost Xperia device which supported "light beat music effect" as (SP...)
Only xperia SP can be blinked music effect.Other xperia device will blink random when music starts.
- Blink led in music
- Change color led in song.
- Change color led with every song.
- Auto start when boot complete.
- Voice beat in Call (not support "All Device").
Tested: Xperia SP, ZR, ZL, M, L, E1, M2, Note 2 ...
SP, ZL, ZR, U, L, S, SL, P, sola, ion, acro HD, go, M, M dual
Support music player:
WALKMAN, POWER AMP, TTPOD ,GOOGLE MUSIC , mixzing, Pro Player
Don't need root.
With choose option "all device": led only blink when screen off.
Please email me If you have any problem with the app.
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