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X2 1% Increment Battery Icon
The default battery icon for Windows Mobile 6.5.3 only shows 4 levels. If you have found this inadequate or frustrating, then XDA member gtrab has a solution.
He has used Ethermind‘s 1% increment battery driver (originally developed for the X1, which also reported battery level in 10% increments) and has re-sized his own battery level icons (also originally created for the X1) to fit the status bar of the X2’s newer WM6.5.3 OS.
Just like the original package for the X1, this is also fully uninstallable should you wish to change to a different battery iconset.
You can find more information on the application thread.
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