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.
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.
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.
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