Battery icon not updating android
Battery icon not updating android - license serial abledating
To calibrate your battery, there are many ways of doing it, if you follow the book, but the most easiest and convenient one I did/used was, used the laptop continuously until I have drained out the battery to its maximum capacity, whereby you start receiving warnings at levels ‘10%’, ‘5%’, ‘2%’ and ‘Create a new Power-plan’ called ‘Calibrate Battery’ Go to Advanced Settings of this power plan Change Hibernate to Do Nothing.Let the system crash and yes it does crash so keep in mind not to do anything intensive and start saving and closing your apps when the Battery Level reaches 5% or less, wait for it to go down completely, until the Orange/Red Blinking Light starts, you will also see the White Light lit up next to your webcam when the system goes down and crash, after this keep the laptop lid closed and press the power button to make sure there is no ounce of battery left, and the tablet/laptop does not turn on at all.
Or memory cleaner that shows percentage of used memory... And I found that my launcher do show the current time in the Clock app icon and the current date in the Calendar icon. The operating system should have done something with the two apps and changed their icons dynamically without the launcher beings aware of it.
The calendar changes its icon for each day showing day of month's number. Samsung's home screen on those same Samsung devices can have special rules for rendering an icon for Samsung's calendar app, rules that involve showing the day of the month. If you install a third-party home screen, it may not do the same thing.
There is also an Alarm clock app which changes its icon setting the current time, in other words, changing every minute. After all, I can write a home screen in an hour or so, and I feel quite confident that I don't have to do anything special for Samsung's calendar app.
Also Google calendar has two styles, "logo_calendar_01_regular" and "logo_calendar_01_round".
Also Icon themes contain separate icons for each date as well. So taking into account that it is default launcher probably there is some API to do similar thing.
That will happen both when the Clock is placed as a shortcut on the homescreen and when it's inside the app drawer.
Resources res = Package Manager() Resources For Application("com.google.android.calendar"); int res Id = Identifier("logo_calendar_01_regular", "drawable" , "com.google.android.calendar"); Drawable icon = Drawable(res Id); This would access the calendar icon for Day 1 of the month.Well guys I am posting here my experiences during all the issues I have faced concerning Battery to help people who came across these problems which I wrote in the Title of this Thread itself!I was able to fix all of these problems on my brand new tablet not 4 weeks old, and no I didn't wanted to go across the replacement option as I am very far from the place I purchased and traveled recently on vacation, and this is my only computer/laptop with me, hence I use it 10-12hrs daily and without AC a lot as well.There's nothing stopping Samsung from exposing some sort of API to allow developers to hook into Samsung's home screen and notify it about this sort of thing.Whether Samsung for third parties to use that API, or whether it is somebody hacking into how Samsung does it for their own apps, I can't say.Then Press and Hold the Power button until the White Light is lit and the laptop/tablet turns on.