[HOW-TO] Show battery percentage in your iPod/iPhone FW 3.0

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  1. jellixiz

    jellixiz New Member

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    Just add this source from Cydia:

    http://iphone.org.hk/apt/

    and next search the package called "Show battery percentage" and install it

    to enable it >> Settings>>>General>>>usage
  2. james046244

    james046244 New Member

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    Trying now. Taking ages on adding source. :|
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    Installing.
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    Where is usage? :S
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    No usage, unistalled as doesn't work.
  3. sur_real

    sur_real New Member

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    lol...I think usage is part of extended pref

    I could be wrong
  4. MrGreencastle

    MrGreencastle New Member

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    I just activated mine using SupremePreferences. Works fine.
  5. fireemblemwz

    fireemblemwz New Member

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    An easier way is through SBsettings. just go to more, then extras and options, then numeric battery.
  6. Kekni

    Kekni New Member

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    i thought battery percentage was part of 3.0 anyway :S
  7. MrGreencastle

    MrGreencastle New Member

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    It was SBSettings, not Supreme Preferences now that I remember

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  8. HeadReaper

    HeadReaper Well-Known Member

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    Yea, SBSettings does it best.
  9. fireemblemwz

    fireemblemwz New Member

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    It is, but Jailbreaking disables it somehow.
  10. gojohnnyboi

    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    For the people complaining about slow loading times in Cydia, simply use the command line APT tools instead. You will have a much easier life.

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