How To Show Battery Percentage On Google Pixel 7

The best way for you to be able to tell immediately whether your Google Pixel 7 needs to be charged or not is by showing the battery percentage on the status bar. 

When enabled, the exact battery level will be shown beside the battery icon itself. So just one look at the top of the screen will immediately tell you if your phone is running low on battery. 

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Time Needed : 2 minutes

The process of showing the battery level is pretty easy. Here’s how it’s done: 

  1. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap Settings.

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    This will bring you to the page where you can edit most of the features and services in your device. 

  2. Find and tap Battery.

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    Doing so will open the battery settings page on your Pixel 7. 

  3. On the next screen, tap the switch next to Battery percentage.

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    Immediately after doing that, the battery level will be displayed next to the battery icon at the top-right corner of the screen. 

  4. While on that page, tap Adaptive preferences.

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    It will bring you to the screen where you can change some settings on your phone’s battery. 

  5. Tap the switch next to Adaptive Charging.

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    This will help to extend battery lifespan by charging steadily during longer charging periods. The system activates this feature based on your usage cycle. 

  6. Tap the switch next to Adaptive Battery.

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    This feature has an immediate impact on your phone’s performance as it may reduce background activity that might also affect the delivery of some notifications. You can enable it if you need to save battery while traveling. 

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We hope this guide can help you.

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Harold Hisona

Harold has been in the tech industry since 2008 when he started out as a tech support for companies like Time Warner, Comcast and Tracfone. He’s been troubleshooting phones when the smartphone industry started booming. During his tenure as a tech support, he’s already been writing for various tech blogs and doing some freelance SEO. In 2012, he joined a small team of bloggers to write for The Droid Guy, and he has been with the company ever since. Today, he doesn’t only write tutorials and troubleshooting pieces but also shoots and edits videos for The Droid Guy channel while trading stocks on the side. Contact me at Email

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