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    Battery on Today Screen

    Does anyone know of an easy way to display the battery level on the today screen. My old G1000 did it but i've been missing it on the PCC-6600.

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    Try this.
    http://pda.jasnapaka.com/batti/

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    Spb Pocket Plus displays the battery level and does a whole lot more.


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    Ditto with Phone Alarm.

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    I second BATTI - works great, it's free and uses little memory.
    Verizon XV6700 - Sony HBH660 - Globalsat BT338 GPS - AData 2GB miniSD - Parrot CK3100.

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    i use pocket plus and love it. gives me a segmented bar across the top of the screen as well as asmall batt icon on the page that tells me the percentages left. plus it does a lot of other cool stuff. i cant imagine not having it.

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    I use ILauncher and it does the same.
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    Ok i've gonna with Batti, pocket plus has just to big a a footprint and whenever i use it it screws something up. Plus i hate paying for anything as trivial as a pocket pc program, but ya, i'm cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetease307
    Ok i've gonna with Batti, pocket plus has just to big a a footprint and whenever i use it it screws something up. Plus i hate paying for anything as trivial as a pocket pc program, but ya, i'm cheap.
    ditto. I like how small Batti is. Another good program to go with Batti is tMan (close programs) also small/free.

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