- Make sure you have the latest Xposed Framework installed (ARHD offers it in the AROMA installer).
- Make sure you enable the app_process from within Xposed Installer and reboot
- Install attached apk, just like you would any other apk
- Enable module in Xposed Installer and either reboot, or restart the shell (adb shell 'stop;start' or Soft reboot)
If you'd rather customize (or have the ability to) the entire statusbar, check out my other module here.
For those running XSBM, I've put together an iconpack with this battery set here.
Also available in the Xposed Repo
Thanks to @jsmith8858 for the excellent BatteryIconMaker tool. It makes generating images so much easier/faster!
- Increased percent numbers to 22pt, removed bold to enhance readability
- Added gray fill to battery background to make numbers more visible on light and dark backgrounds
- Increased font size to 27pt, and all numbers are black. Should be very visible now on all backgrounds except pure white.
- Battery icons provided by @brianhill1980 - numbers are outlined with transparent background
- Now with larger numbers and more defined outline
- 1.5.0 - Only for LP roms!
- First release with LP support. Follow install instructions below!
Install instructions for 1.5.0 on Lollipop roms (tested on MaximusHD 50):
- Remove any prior installs of Sense 6 Battery Percent
- Make sure you have a working install of Xposed Framework (XposedBridge v61) and Xposed Installer v3.0 Alpha 1. If you have not figured out how to do this, please see the official Xposed for Lollipop thread
- Install the Sense6BatteryPercent_v1.5.0.apk, but do not reboot yet
- Once the notification of a new module has shown up, go to Xposed Installer->Modules and enable Sense 6 Battery Percent
- Tap on the Sense 6 Battery Percent list entry to open the "preferences" activity. There aren't actually any preferences, but I'm using that activity to unpack the images
- Tap on the Unpack and Hide Launcher button, which will unpack the battery images and hide this specific launcher
- Go back to Xposed Installer->Framework and either pick Soft Reboot or Reboot
I had issues forwarding resources from my module's assets, so I worked around it by creating a scaled-down version of XSBM for just the battery images in this module. It seems to work ok, but definitely not the cleanest approach. If/when this gets resolved in the framework (or I figure out how to do it correctly), I'll rewrite this module. Also, I tested the module with SElinux both enforcing and permissive, and it seems to function regardless.