Your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus’ screen does a great job at ensuring its owners do not miss out on very useful information.
The device’s status bar stores notifications and symbols that offer this information. One of these vital symbols is the battery icon.
The battery icon alters color as battery notifications is changing. And the color change is also seamless to break down and important.
If, for instance, it is almost completely drained and it is red, then no one will tell you that you should reach out for your charger. But, colors might not reveal the entire picture and they are not very exact like percentages.
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The amazing thing is that Samsung offered you a simpler option – the Battery Percentage option.
Battery Percentage shows you the battery charge that is remaining measured as a percentage, the most comfortable, simple to use means of learning about battery life. This percentage will be your guide as you use your phone, notifying you when you need you get your device plugged in and informing you, when you have lots of battery life left.
To let your battery icon reveal the battery percentage, you need to adhere to the instructions below:
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How Can I Show Battery Percentage On My Galaxy S9 And S9+?
If your Galaxy S9 or 9+ is just revealing the battery and not the battery percentage, do this and you will be able to read you battery percentage whenever you want.
- Head to the Home screen of the phone.
- Scroll downwards from the top of the the display to have access to the notification shade.
- As soon as you are within notification shade, head to Settings.
- Click Settings.
- Swipe down and choose the Battery tab.
- Search for and choose “Battery status in percent.”
- Ensure the box close to the battery status feature is toggled.
You are done. With these simple instructions, the status bar of your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will now reveal the battery you have remaining, that you will see in percentage, making you know how much battery life you are still allowed to use with only a fast glance.
If you ever feel like decluttering your status bar, simply make sure the “Battery status in percent” bar is not ticked. I doubt that you will need this though, most people love to see it.