By default, Battery Percentage is missing on your Oppo A9 (2020). If you want to change that, you can go under Settings menu and enable Battery Percentage. Follow the steps below to do that.
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How to show Battery Percentage on Oppo A9 (2020)
These are the steps to show battery percentage on your on Oppo A9 (2020).
- Go to the Home screen.
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Notifications & Status Bar.
- Move the slider to the right for Battery Percentage.
- That’s it! A number should now be shown in the battery icon.
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