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    Default Showing battery as percentage

    I understand each block represents 10%, but is there away to actually show the exact %?
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    Unfortunately I think it is in the Android Os to only report in % of 10. Even on ROMs (not for the Incredible) that have batt % displayed it displayed in 10's.

    Not sure if there are any widgets or apps that read this more accurately but I havent seen one.
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    Thank you for the quick reply Jared.
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    Battery Left is a very useful widget. will show you % and est. time remaining.
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    i agree battery left is pretty damn nice.

    several other apps will show the % in full in the notification bar but you cant get rid of the stock battery icon
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    I like the face it doesn't show me. I have deleted all my battery widgets...I don't compulse over the battery left.
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    Battery Status Pro will give you a little white battery icon in your notifications tray with the battery percent in it. I've been using it since launch and it works great.
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    You can plug it in and click the clock/weather home screen widget and it tells you how much is left on the battery along with other info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgalanter View Post
    You can plug it in and click the clock/weather home screen widget and it tells you how much is left on the battery along with other info.
    what he said. just click on the clock/weather widget if you're using it and it shows the batt% in the lower right corner
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    Many good ideas already presented. There are many free battery widgets/apps in the marketplace.
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    in the default clock/weather app i see nothing about battery %
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    I don't see the percentage either. Can someone please clarify?
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    Quote Originally Posted by howarmat View Post
    in the default clock/weather app i see nothing about battery %
    If you click on the clock widget when the phone is plugged in, it will show the battery %
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    ah i dont have it plugged it....stupid thought here, why would you really care what % you are at if you are plugged in and charging. i only want to know how much is when UNPLUGGED lmao
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    I use the HTC Battery widget from the Market, small lightweight and just what I need.
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    you should install that battery widget, and put it on your homescreen, because not only does it give percentage, but it also gives you the voltage of the battery. i find that monitoring the voltage is much better than looking at the percentage. i know at 4.167 V my battery if fully charged, etc. and just watch it drop thru the day.
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    Yea the HTC Battery Widget gives you the Voltage and Temp, works flawlessly for me.

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