Yes, at first it may seem strange that they have removed the battery percentage, but it is a way to have a more minimalist top. In addition, since the improvement of the battery in most Android phones, there are many users who have decided to remove the battery percentage to not worry so much about it.
Battery percentage in Android 10
But if your phone does not have such good autonomy, or you just need to know the battery percentage at a glance. Don’t worry, we show you how to get it back in a simple way.
If you want to see it all the time we must go to the settings of our phone and look for the section of Battery, there you will have to activate the switch Battery percentage. There, it’s that easy.
But if what you want is that it is not seen all the time, if not that it is only seen when the notification bar is lowered, you will have to do it differently.
Android 10 by default does not show you the battery percentage when you consult the notification bar, but tells you until the approximate time the battery will last. But that’s not particularly accurate, so if we want to substitute it for the actual percentage we can do it.
To do this we will have to go to the section of Device Health Services of our phone settings. If you don’t want to be browsing between options you can search Health directly in the options search bar. There we will deactivate this option using the switch. Although a priori it seems that this option has nothing to do with the battery percentage, just by deactivating it, the percentage will appear in our notification bar when you slide it down.
So we can activate the display of our battery percentage in Android 10. Easy right?
And you? Are you one of those who needs to see the battery percentage constantly? Or the ones you prefer to be carefree?