Getting battery percentage on ipod touch

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  1. consume1

    consume1 New Member

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    Is there a way to enable it through the n45ap.plist? I hear that using supreme prefs drains battery a lot.
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    Just enable it with SBSettings.

    I never experienced any significant Battery draining when using Supreme Prefs.
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    Use SBSettings.
    Much better to use IMO.
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    I meant SBsettings, not supreme settings. But yeah, is there anyother way to set up the usage setting inside settings instead? Ever since i installed sbsettings its been draining my battery.
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    SBSettings doesnt use much at all.
    Its just sitting there till you open it. Its like a little app itself.

    Turn some things off if you are finding it unusable.

    How long does it take for your battery to die on normal usage?
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    Ok, i really don't want to use sbsettings. Is there anyway to manually enable the battery percent through the n45ap.plist file?
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    i don't think so. Anyway, most of supreme preferences is just uncovering settings hidden in the filesystem. Just enable supreme prefs (the new one should be coming out), enable the battery and then disable it. (That might work!)

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