How To Enable Battery Life Percentage on Realme C2

Do you want to know How To Show Battery Life Percentage on status bar on Realme C2. This feature can be used for knowing how many percentage battery is left right on the status bar.

Phone: Realme C2

Show Battery Life Percentage on C2

How To Enable Battery Life Percentage on Realme C2

To enable Battery Life Percentage display, do the following steps on your Realme C2 one by one.

Step 1:

On C2, Open the Settings page by going to notification panel and clicking on the settings gear like icon on the top.

Step 2:

Now scroll down and go to the Notifications & Status bar option on the Settings page.

Step 3:

Now Find the “Show Battery Percentage on Status bar” option and tap on it as shown in the screenshot shown below. This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Show-battery-Percentage-on-Status-Bar-Realme-1-461x1024.jpg

Step 4:

In the pop-up window, you can choose to Show the battery percentage either inside or outside the battery icon.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Show-battery-Percentage-on-Status-Bar-Realme-461x1024.jpgStep 5: Now the battery percentage remaining will be shown on the top status bar Either Inside or Outside the battery icon as per your choice. That’s it you have successfully enabled battery percentage Display option on Realme C2.

How To Disable Battery Life Percentage on Realme C2

To disable Battery Life Percentage on realme C2 , follow the above Steps but choose the disable “Show Battery Life Percentage” Option by choosing Do Not Display option. This will disable Battery Life Percentage inside battery icon on C2 device.

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