If you want your iPod to show you the battery percentage go to Settings > General > accessibility > Triple-click the home screen and select Toggle VoiceOver. When you’re done, go to your home screen and triple-click the home button. VoiceOver is activated. Then tap the battery icon.
The battery percentage is always visible in the status bar on these devices:** * If the battery percentage is not displayed, go to Settings > Battery and enable Battery Percentage. When you use the power saving mode, the battery percentage is always shown in the status bar.
To add the battery widget again:
On the Search Widgets screen, scroll down to Batteries or type it in the search tool. Swipe on the Batteries screen to see the different battery widgets available. Once you’ve found your favorite battery widget, tap Add Widget. Tap Done.
Features like the backlight and equalizer — or jumping around in your library — can drain your battery faster, as can using large uncompressed file formats like AIFF. This WiFi chip in iPod Touch uses power even when you’re not surfing the web.
Swipe right on the lock screen to see the additional battery percentage screen. It works on two 6th generation iPod Touches I’ve tried, one running iOS 11.2. 6 and the others 11.3, so yeah, I’m sure.
On your Samsung Galaxy smartphone, go to Settings and tap Notifications. Scroll down to Advanced Settings and tap it. Find next “Show battery percentage” and turn it on.
To add the battery icon to the taskbar: Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Taskbar, and then scroll down to the notification area. Select Choose which icons appear on the taskbar, and then turn on the power button.
Find out the battery percentage on other iPhone models, iPad and iPod touch. The battery percentage is always displayed in the status bar on these devices:** * If the battery percentage is not displayed, go to Settings > Turn on battery and battery percentage.