Samsung's Always On Display is one of its most customizable features, but it's still far from perfect. Fortunately, with some third-party applications you can make your ODA much more efficient. How? Using aodNotify 2.0!
As we have seen with other applications, such as Holey Light or Arc Lighting, with aodNotify you can change the behavior of Samsung's Always On Display (AOD) so that it also acts as a notification LED, especially useful on devices such as the Galaxy S10 series They don't have a real LED.
The first versions of aodNotify only allow you to activate ODA when you receive a notification, but the developer, a senior member of the XDA team, has released version 2.0 of its application, including many new features, such as Edge lighting effects.