Battery Indicator on HD2
If your one of the many who want to know what their batter level actually is instead of just a few bars on the top, then take a look here. A great little add-on original created by HD2Owner and put into an easily installable CAB file by samberg. It allows you to see actual % of your batter, doing away with just little bars. This way you can now keep tabs on your battery usage and know when it is about time to give your phone a charge! It also comes with some other nice goodies that make your top bar just look that much better.
replaced all ugly (blocky) icons with official wm6.5.X-icons by MS.
G,3G,H,E (rounded edges, ms icons)
phone/connections icons (ms icons)
wifi (original leo icons)
sound icons (custom mix htc/ms; speaker icon htc, speakerbeam ms, vibration htc/ms mix….)
antenna icons (ms)
battery (flnix/smaberg percent battery + original leo loading icon)
pinpad (original leo)
and more (around 50 icons replaced).
Take a look at the original post made by HD2Owner. And also the post with the cab file by smaberg.
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