Keeping a constant eye on your battery usage is a woe of many Android users worldwide. While some Android OEM brands offer the ability right out of the box, others need you to enabled Android battery percentage on Marshmallow.

There are plenty of apps that offer you the ability to check out your battery percentage from any screen. However, none of them are as effective as the battery percentage indicator that is embedded within the status bar itself.

How to enable Android battery percentage on Marshmallow

Android Marshmallow comes with a hidden menu called the System UI Tuner, which is the place you need to access to activate the battery percentage indicator. To activate the System UI Tuner, slide down the notification drawer, tap and hold the little Settings icon the top-right corner.

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Enable Android Battery Percentage

You will see the notification “Congrats! System UI Tuner has been added to Settings”, after which the menu will be added to the Settings app. You can now go ahead and open Settings and scroll down to find the System UI Tuner option.

Enable Android Battery Percentage

In the newly added System UI Tuner menu, you can find the option “Show embedded battery percentage”. Tap on the toggle switch and press “Got It” to confirm your action, and you will immediately be able to see the battery percentage embedded in the battery icon itself.

Enable Android Battery Percentage

Have you tried to enable Android battery percentage on Marshmallow device? Do let us know your thoughts about it in the comments section down below.

Source: HowToGeek

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