This post will walk you through displaying the numerical battery percentage indicator on the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip phone. Here’s a quick guide to show battery percentage on the Galaxy Z Flip4 device.
One UI 4.1.1 Status Bar
Seeing the remaining battery percentage on the status bar of your phone aids in power management as you can limit battery usage when needed.
In Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, the battery indicator is displayed among other essential controls on the status bar. But by default, it only shows a graphical image of the battery status in a seemingly bar icon.
If you prefer to have a visible numerical indicator of the remaining battery on your phone, you can change the notification settings to change the default battery icon in the status bar.
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Outlined below is a step-by-step walkthrough about configuring the default battery settings and status bar settings to display the battery percentage indicator on the latest Samsung Galaxy Z Flip device.
Steps to Show Battery Percentage on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
The following steps are also applicable when displaying the battery percentage among other status bar controls on other Samsung phones running on Android 12 with One UI 4.1.1 OS version.
Actual screens and menu items may vary between device models and network service providers, so expect some slight difference on every device’s user interface.
Feel free to start whenever you’re all set to change your phone’s default notification settings.
Step 1: To get started, launch the Settings app by tapping on the Gear icon from the Home screen or Apps screen of your phone.
You can also access the Gear/settings icon from the quick settings panel (notifications panel) of your phone.
Step 2: While in the main settings menu, tap Notifications. Another menu opens with the inbuilt notification options and features.
Step 3: Scroll down and then tap Advanced settings to continue. More advanced settings will load up next.
Step 4: Navigate to the Status bar section then toggle to turn on the switch next to Show battery percentage.
Doing so will display battery percentage (battery status) on the status bar of your phone.
Show Battery Percentage through Device Care
You can also configure your phone to show the battery percentage straight from the Battery menu under the Device care menu.
- To access and manage this setting, just head over to Settings-> Battery and device care-> Battery-> More battery settings menu then turn on the switch next to Show battery percentage.
On this same menu, you will see more battery settings including different charging modes such as fast charging and fast wireless charging. There is also an option for you to protect battery, in case you need to extend the lifespan of your phone’s battery and limit the maximum charge to 85%.
Should you wish to hide the battery percentage from the status bar and switch back to the default layout, just repeat the same steps to head back to the Advanced notification settings then toggle the Show battery percentage switch OFF again.
Aside from the status bar notifications, there are also a number of other relevant features that you can manage to make your phone’s notification settings and interface more helpful and informative.
The battery life indicator on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 is also shown among other key elements of the cover screen. By default, the battery indicator on the cover screen shows the percentage value.
And that’s how you display the battery percentage, indicating the remaining battery life on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 device.
Hope this helps!
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