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Segmented Battery Mod For Samsung Vibrant
IF you’re a fan of modding the icons in your notification bar, then you might be interested in this Segmented Battery Mod by XDA forum member frankencat.
The mod provides more battery information in terms of indicating remaining battery levels. Built specifically using Nero v1 as a base, the mod may work for other versions.
The mod is flashable via Clockwork Recovery, and the XDA member has requested feedback if you are trying with other ROMs.
Additionally, if you want to revert back to the stock Nero battery icon, the dev has helpfully uploaded the file to do this.
For more information and to download the mod, visit the forum thread.
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