Battery Remaining Percentage

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  1. Sha51978

    Sha51978 New Member

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    Is there a way to get this put on my homescreen so I know how much I have left?
     
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    In the market there's a bunch of different battery widgets you can download, just search for battery widget or Battstat.
     
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    Keep in mind that the D2 only reports increments of 10 down to 20%, and then (I believe) increments of 5 after that.
     
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    I recommend "battstatt."

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    It only report 10 all the way not 5 at all and I like circle battery myself
     
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    I use Battery Indicator Pro.

    No battery app on a D2 or D2G will report battery life in 5% increments because that's not a limitation of the App, but the framework of the phone itself. It reads in 10% increments from 100% to 20%, and 5% increments from there.
     
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    Since the latest update you can have a battery meter instead of weather on your beautiful widgets clock. Its really good if you already paid for the clocks in the first place.

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    I also use battery indicator pro. I believe at 20%, it starts counting down by 5%.

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