2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Everyone knows that Apple technology is famous for its decent battery life. However, this is not a reason to hide the time remaining until the end of the iDevice battery charge from the user. The developers of the Powerleft tweak have borrowed this feature from modern laptops and added it in iOS 7.
After installing the extension, a digital timer will appear in the upper right corner, which will signal the remaining battery life. Powerleft is one of the tweaks that you need to tinker with with the settings. Initially, the data output by the extension is far from the truth, but you should not immediately delete it.
First you need to choose the appropriate way of tweak work in the " Default Mode " settings section. Several options are presented here, from the first (in which the load is taken into account for the entire time of iDevice operation) to the last (in which the load is calculated for the last fifteen minutes). Select an item in this section based on the mode of using the iPhone or iPad. With a uniform load, choose the first one, with a "ragged" load rate - the last one. In most cases, it is the selection of this parameter that allows you to adjust the work of the tweak as accurately as possible.
In the section “ Configure modes »You can set a delay time to calculate the remaining time. After turning on the iDevice or waking it from sleep mode, the tweak needs time to collect data and calculate. You can choose the minimum delay, while a certain error appears and vice versa - the accuracy requires a longer calculation.
The last block of parameters " Customize displays " allows you not only to change the format and location of the indicator, but also to add the display of additional information. For example, Powerleft allows you to enable the display of free RAM or extended date format. To do this, enter certain codes in the corresponding parameter line. They are listed on the same page below.
You can download Powerleft from the BigBoss repository for $ 0.99.
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