How to See Battery Percentage on Galaxy S4


The Samsung Galaxy S4 brings a wide range of Smart features for the users all around the world. It brings for you a superb and stylish outlook, the best camera performance, a lot of smart features and excellent battery timing. Battery timing is very important thing a user considers when he gets a Smartphone for himself. Sometimes you need to download a video from any online source and the battery percentage is not displayed on your Galaxy S4 and the battery of your Smart device is quite low. As a result, you are unable to download your desired video. Often it happens that you want to download any software or any app in your Smartphone, but due to the insufficient battery, you are unable to complete your downloading. It happens only when you are unable to see your battery percentage that how much battery has been left on your Smartphone. So, the best solution for this problem is to check the battery percentage before downloading any app to your Galaxy S4. The users of the Galaxy S4 should be well versed that they need to activate the Battery Percentage feature to make it visible permanently. It will show you a battery sign on the notification bar of your Galaxy S4. You need to follow some easy steps to show the Battery Percentage on the notification bar of your Smart device.

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Battery Percentage S4Steps to Display Battery Percentage in Galaxy S4

Step 1: First, you need to click to the “Settings”.

Step 2: Now you will see various tabs and in these tabs you need to select “My Device” tab to go ahead.

Step 3: Here, you will find the option of “Display” that should be selected.

Step 4: Now you will see the option “More Settings” that should be clicked to get the “Display Battery Percentage” option. You will find a box in front of this option that should be marked.

Now you will see the icon of Battery Percentage on the notification bar at the bottom of the screen of your Smartphone. It will show you how much battery has left and how much battery you have consumed.