Monitor your Battery’s Status Using your Droid X’s LED with BattMonX
We recently shared with you an app to monitor some battery stats for any Android Device. Thanks to XDA member scary alien, Droid X owners have a special app to monitor the battery status of their Droid X using the LED to display current activities such as:
You can also select different intervals to check the battery. As quoted from the developer, this is the goal of the app and what it does:
BattMonX is a utility for the Motorola Droid X to turn on the LED indicator light while the phone’ screen is off to indicate its battery state: charged, discharging, or charged/full.
To learn more about the app and try it out for yourself, check out the discussion thread and give feedback to the developer.
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