Does not work - LG d410 - 5.0.1 Installed this app to show the battery % within the battery icon. After enabling it I switched off the phone & turned it on. It did not show the % and battery was less than 50% in my LG d410 phone with Lollipop 5.0.1. Uninstalling after this review.
Perfect! So simple to use. Just tick and reboot! Does not add another icon on the status bar, great for users who like to keep the status bar clean. Great job! I'm on 5.0 Lollipop with the Moto X 2014.
Doesn't work - zenfone 2 ZE551ML I've ticked the box and powered off my phone and the percentage doesn't show up.
Text Way Too Small [Update] The developer responded promptly pointinf Initially, I liked it. But then it grew on me how hard it is to read the value. I uninstalled it because I thought having it too small to read in a glance was equivalent to not having it but guess what, uninstallation does not revert the change. WTH
Lollipop? Doesn't seem to work on my nexus 9. I've tried rebooting several times. I did enable it. It worked the first time. Shut device off, and it hasn't worked since.
Bricked data collection Nexus 7, 2012. Android 5.0.2. Applying patch and rebooting has scuppered data collection in settings/battery. Even worse unticking and rebooting does not restore data collection. Update: just learnt that 5 does not begin to register battery usage until battery drops several % points. Would have been useful to be told that. Now working OK.
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