SpoonCharge – Fullscreen Battery Monitor
XDA forum member DotNetCoder has written a battery monitor for Windows Mobile devices.
SpoonCharge v1.0 is a small application which displays current device battery information in large text. Useful for when you don’t have your phone directly in front of you, so saves squinting at the taskbar!
Originally posted by DotNetCoder:
- <100ma = Trickle charge (battery almost charged)
- <200ma = Slow charge (50% or greater charged)
- <500ma = Medium charge (full speed USB charge)
- >500ma = Fast charge (dedicated AC adapter)
A nice extra feature of SpoonCharge is the text colour also changes depending on charge levels and temperature of your device.
SpoonCharge should work on most Windows Mobile devices with WM5 and upwards.
To download the cab, check out the application thread.
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