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Tweak battery logger can display it within the app can it also be shown on status bar ?

asked 17 Mar '14, 15:22

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Why would you even want this? Do you know how long .1% of your battery lasts (probably about 60-75 seconds)? Besides, it can only be so accurate. I don't think thats even possible to measure your mAh to that exact of a degree...


answered 17 Mar '14, 20:33

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edited 18 Mar '14, 07:59

This is 10001% not possible on iPods. And not that accurate on the other devices. Also as you mentioned not much point to it. That's like displaying the time on the status bar in miliseconds.

(17 Mar '14, 20:48) NmUn NmUn's gravatar image

The point is i want to know that how much power is being consumed if nt the precise battery precentage , can the current power consumption be shown ? It is also provided by batteryLogger

(17 Mar '14, 22:17) Slayer Slayer's gravatar image

Yes it is possible by my understanding but I can't seem to find the tweak that does it.


answered 05 Jul '15, 16:14

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Install the tweak BatteryLife. It's not .X accurate but can tell you the mAh and a more accurate percentage, or even estimated time left in the status bar.


answered 05 Jul '15, 16:53

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