In the beta version of Android 14, Google has added a new accessibility feature that lets users send an alert when they receive a notification or alarm by flashing a screen or camera LED light. This feature is similar to the LED flash alerts on Apple devices, but is more flexible and personalized.
To enable this feature, users need to select the desired option in Settings > Accessibility > Flash Alerts, and users can choose to enable camera flash, screen flash, or both. The camera flash causes the rear camera flash to flash twice when notified, and is suitable for situations where the phone’s lock screen or face down. The screen flash causes the screen to turn yellow and flash twice, which is suitable when the phone is face up.
Igeekphone notes that users can also customize the color of the on-screen flash, with 12 colors to choose from, and users can view the effect of the Settings through the preview button at the bottom left.
Currently, this feature is only available to users who have installed the beta version of Android 14, which Google will release in the near future.