Change battery percentage in Android Emulator


You may require to test how your Android Application behaves when the battery is low. The best way to do that is by setting the battery percentage in the Android Emulator.

  1. Open Emulator,
  2. Click on 3 dots to open: Extended Control
  3. Click on Battery,
  4. Change the level of batter using the slider bar.
Change battery levels Android Emulator
Change battery levels Android Emulator

You will see that as you change the level of the battery, you will see the warning - "Battery may run out soon 9% remaining. Turn on Battery Saver."

You can even change other battery parameters such as - Battery health, Charger Connection, and Battery status.

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