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Atom Android 9 upgraded. Cannot find how to show battery percentage in status bar.

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Mick
on 09.08.19, 22:35 1.132 views

Atom Android 9 successfully upgraded last night.  I noticed no battery percentage in status bar.

Settings > Battery

I cannot find 'Battery percentage'.


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Tom Wesolowski
On 18.08.19, 19:02

Download ui tuner, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bryancandi.android.uituner, toggle percentage on, then uninstall app. Playstore app- System ui tuner-launcher shortcut. After hours of searching I found this and it was simple and works after you delete the app. 

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This is what I need. Thank you so much.

Mick
on 19.08.19, 12:40

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Michael Czajka
On 13.08.19, 08:09

If the battery indicator being hard to find is the only quibble with the upgrade of the Atom to Android 9 OS then it might be worth upgrading early?

Will the Jelly Pro also get an upgrade?

:-)

P.S. Wonder if Android 9 has better control of apps? Turning off unwanted apps seems to be a constant battle with Android. Unwanted apps running in the background sap your battery and slow your phone down. There has been a significant improvement in the amount of control you get with each version of Android... but apps that you've turned off have a tendency to spring back to life without your permission... and there are still a few apps that appear to be impossible to delete.

PPS. Very easy upgrade to Android 9 (no problems). A few weeks later they put out some kind of patch.

However stuff works very smoothly... which is exactly what you want from an OS upgrade.



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Luke
On 19.08.19, 18:43

Thanks Tom, that's got rid of a minor annoyance.



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Donald E Lattimer
On 13.08.19, 01:14

Pull status bar down (one finger). Upper right corner. Drove me nuts finding it.




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