21.4 C
New York
Sunday, April 18, 2021

Latest Posts

Huawei does not confirm Nova 2 in UK

Today EBox was present at the official launch of the campaign. UK Without Tripod from Huawei....

Survey results: which social network do you use the most?

In our most recent poll, we asked our readers which social network (s) they chose. Facebook,...

If you have to buy an OLED TV, let it be discounted

If you have to buy an OLED TV, let it be discounted

TikTok “caught” with Deepfakes code inside the app

ByteDance, owner of the TikTok music app, found itself in "trouble" again. This time specific code...

Android 10: How to get back to battery percentage again

If you already use the new Android 10 – for example on a Google Pixel – you will have noticed some changes in the status bar of your device. One of the most noticeable changes is that the battery percentage is no longer shown at the top of the quick settings.

What users see right now is an estimate of how much time is left before their device runs out of battery. However, for those who prefer to see the classic percentage, it is not difficult to go back.

Android 10 battery
Android 10 shows default battery life. Credit: Android Police

The following steps:

The first way to do this is to open 'Settings' and go to 'Battery'. What you have to do is enable the 'Battery Percentage' option. This will add the percentage to the status bar, but keep the estimate in the quick settings menu.

If you want the percentage to always be visible, you can have it too. To do so, open 'Settings' and type 'health' in the search bar. You click on the 'Device Health Services' option, and press the 'Disable' button.

In this case, you will see the functionality that generates the battery estimate is disabled. What you will see from here is just the classic percentage you were used to in previous versions of Android.

android 10 battery
Android 10 with default (left) and battery percentage (right). Credit: Android Police

This new battery life option (instead of percentage) will surely please some users. Being optional, lets you choose what you like best. Other manufacturers are expected to bring this option to their user interfaces.

EBox editors recommend:

IPVanish Best VPN For IPTV & Kodi 2019! Stop Letting Your Internet Service Provider Track & Record Your Online Activity. Find Out More Get a License You may also like Did you miss this?

Latest Posts

Check the air quality with these CO2 meters

What is a CO2 meter for? CO2 meters are small devices that have a series of sensors that are capable of analyze air quality of...

Fitbit will launch the smartband that can dethrone the Xiaomi Mi Band 6

The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 was launched at the end of March, and is preparing to...

Android 12 will receive very popular functionality on Windows

After analyzing the source code of a beta version of Android 12, the folks at XDA...

5 great Amazon deals to cheer you up on Saturday

JBL Free X If you are looking for wireless headphones and you would like them to be from a familiar and well-known brand, you should...

Don't Miss

Real image of OnePlus 8 Pro: desired feature of your screen confirmed

During the last weeks / months, there were many rumors and promises regarding the revolution that...

Fortnite will entice you to spend even more money on an annual Battle Pass!

New information indicates that Epic Games is preparing major changes for Fortnite as early as 2020....

Here are the images of the Motorola smartphone that many expected to see!

Motorola has been missing from the UK's market for some years, however, the same is not...

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T is on its way: here’s the proof

The Redmi Note 9 was launched globally in the first half of this year. Betting...

First Stadia impressions from Gamescom are positive (video)

Yesterday this year's edition of the Gamescom gaming conference ended. One of the companies that was...
%d bloggers like this: