Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 4 offers a number of tools to save the battery power of the device and for tracking the battery usage and percentage of charge left on it. If you are new to the world of Samsung tablets, then you might have no clue on how to view the battery information of your tablet.
If you are such a user, then the first and most important thing to do is to figure out how to get the battery information of your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. Here are a couple of tips that will help you to do so.
The Notification bar on the home screen of your tablet will simply display the amount of battery life remaining in your device in the battery icon that is located on the top left corner of the tablet. However, if you have already plugged in the tablet or if it is connected to a laptop or PC, you will be able to see a small lightning bolt symbol in the battery icon, if everything is fine.
If the battery icon of your tablet is completely green, it implies that the battery charge of the tablet is 100 percent or near to it. When you use the device, the amount of green color in the battery icon will start to drop. For instance, if the amount of green color is filled only up half of the battery icon, it means that the remaining battery on the tablet is at or around 50 percent.
However, many of the Samsung tablet users are not aware of the fact that they will be able to see the exact battery percentage of their Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 on the notification bar. This can be done by following the steps that are listed below.
- Go to the “Settings” menu of your tablet
- Tap the option “General” at the top of your screen
- Select “Battery”
- Tap the “Show Battery Percentage checkbox”, as it will enable the display of exact battery percentage on the notification bar of the tablet.
So, make sure to connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 to a power outlet when the battery percentage falls down to a lower level.