Show battery temperature on status bar?


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Elliot B.

I can't find an app in the store that can do this.

 

Any ideas?

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Nick H.

Just from a quick Google, maybe this is like what you're looking for?

 

TempMonitor Lite

 

I haven't used it myself, so I'm not sure.

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Hum

My Samsung tablet has a built-in battery icon :huh:

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Nick H.
1 minute ago, Hum said:

My Samsung tablet has a built-in battery icon :huh:

For displaying the battery's temperature? ;)

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Hum
7 minutes ago, Nick H. said:

For displaying the battery's temperature? ;)

Yup -- it's called my finger. :p

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Mando

Battery doctor has a function to display battery temp on taskbar. 

 

**edit** hmm seems it no longer has that feature, just checked.

 

Battery Doctor

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ijinshan.kbatterydoctor_en

 

Battery info gives it in your action center, but not really in status bar, Battery Doctor also does this.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stu.battery

 

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Top one in black is from Battery doctor, 2nd from battery info. Both also show on my lock screen.

 

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lol and yes i need to charge my phone :)

 

 

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  • 2 years later...
LostOnTheLine

Notification Toggle has this ability do this. It let's you have shortcuts in a bar for your notifications. If you swipe to the last page & select [Preferences] it will give you the option to have the notification icon be the Battery%, Battery Temp, or Day Of The Month. It used to be better, with an easy way to make it stay at the top of the notifications, but I'm running Pie (9) & the only way to keep it at the top is to have it popup on top of things every few minutes which is really obnoxious.(That's what I was looking for when I found this thread)

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+Dick Montage

Out of pure curiosity, why do you want to see the battery temperature? Does it vary much and cause concern?

 

just asking

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