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How to Show Battery Percentage on Pixel 5

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

By default hide the battery percentage on the status bar in your Google Pixel 5. Here’s how to display or show battery percentage on Pixel 5 notification bar. You can see the battery percentage option in battery settings in your Pixels. When enabling battery percentage, you can see the remaining battery power next right to the battery icon. Google Pixel 5 added a new extreme battery saver feature to extend battery life and battery share to charge other phones using reverse wireless charging. Also, enable battery saver mode and adaptive battery in Pixel 5 to improve battery life.

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How to Add Battery Percentage % Sign to the Google Pixel 5 Notification Bar

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap on the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on Battery.

Add Battery Percentage % Sign to the Google Pixel 5 Notification Bar

Step 3: By default turned off toggle battery percentage.

How to Show Battery Percentage on Pixel 5

Step 4: Toggle on Battery percentage (Show below given screenshot). You can view the Battery percentage with % (sign) at the top right corner of the status bar. It will use to check the remaining battery in your Pixels.

Step 5: Toggle off Battery percentage to hide it again.

How to Use Extreme Battery Saver in Pixel 5

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Battery.

Step 3: Tap Battery saver.

Step 4: Tap on Extreme battery saver.

Two options are available here.

When to use: Select the option you want to use. By default, set ask every time.

Essential apps: Individually select the app box to use it.

How to Automatically Turn On Battery Saver Mode in Google Pixel 5

Settings > Battery > Battery Saver > Set a schedule > Choose from Based on routine/Base on percentage

How to Turn On Adaptive Battery in Pixel 5

Settings > Battery > Adaptive Battery > Toggle on Adaptive Battery

That’s all about Google Pixel 5 battery percentage and other battery settings. Do you like this new extreme battery saver feature? Tell us in below comment box.

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