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You could use Your Phone Companion from Microsoft to link Android to your PC. The battery percentage would be shown at the upper left corner near device icon.


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I have made a not so elegant way to do this but any one who can improve upon this or give an better solution should do so. I'm using gist by Github for broadcasting my battery percentage first to a private file, tried using ix.io which is what I usually use but pkg install ix didn't work on Android terminal the config.guess threw and error saying unable to ...


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Aftermarket AoD may be even more energy-efficient than built-in AoD The Samsung Galaxy S7 has an AMOLED screen, and has Always on Display (AoD) functionality built into the firmware. Wikipedia's "Always on Display" article states that the S7's AoD feature increases power consumption by about 3%. This is because pixels, sensors, and processors all consume ...


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