XiaomiDevices – Now xiaomi name increasingly soared in 2018 thanks to the presence of the Redmi 5A which has a super cheap price of only Rp. 999 thousand.
Even with the price offered, the Xiaomi Redmi 5A has attractive hardware specifications using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 Quad-core chipset, 2 GB RAM, and 16 GB internal storage that can be added with a microSD.
At first glance, this Xiaomi Redmi 5A smartphone has been equipped with a 13 MP main camera that can produce good photos. While the front camera has a resolution of 5 which is quite decent in producing selfies or wefies though.
As a new smartphone born in 2018, Xiaomi Redmi 5A itself has been equipped with MIUI 9 which is based on the Android Nougat operating system or previous versions. But at the beginning of use, this MIUI will not display the battery percentage as well as word prediction which is quite annoying for some users.
For that, for gadgets who are curious to display the battery percentage on a Xiaomi smartphone, they can see the following information.
How to Display Battery Percentage
- First, gadgets can make sure the Xiaomi smartphone is turned on.
- Next, the Gadgeter can open a menu or application Settings.
- On page settings, Gadgeters can choose the menu Notifications & status bar.
- Then, the Gadgeter can choose the menu Battery Indicator.
- Later, Gadgeters will be faced with a choice of modes consisting of: Graphical, Percentage, and Top Bar.
- you can directly select the mode Percentage and automatically the percentage number along with the battery condition bar will be visible at the top.
You could say this method is very easy to learn even for people who are new to using Xiaomi smartphones. This method can work on various MIUI, ranging from MIUI 7 to MIUI 9 which is based on Android Nougat though.
You could say the MIUI ROM itself is quite famous among Xiaomi fans (Mi Fans) and other smartphone users because it has features, interfaces, and functions that can be considered interesting.
Even now it is rumored that Xiaomi is developing its latest ROM based on Android Oreo with the name MIUI 10. Even so, there are still many debating that later MIUI 10 will be named MIUI X. Of course this will be more eagerly awaited by Mi Fans around the world.