battery app?

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  1. Jam2it30@gmail.com

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    Is there any battery app that tells you to the exact percent of what your battery is at?
     
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    You can try "Battery Left Widget", read the description though, it takes a while for it to calibrate to your phone's battery so within a few days it should be dead on, especially if you let it die completely and install it once you have a 100% charge.
     
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    Hands down, battery left is the best one out there!!
     
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    Okay thanks!! Ill check it out.
     
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    You should know that Battery Left is only guessing at the Droid's percentage left, based on usage, and not actually giving the exact amount life.

    I use the app and love it and it is pretty accurate for me, but just know that it's always only guessing, albeit a pretty good guess, based on your usage.
     
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    The Droid only reports battery percentages in 10% increments. I think there are programs that, using historical data, calculates down to 1-2%. But anything less than 10% increments is not real data.