Change Your Blackberry Battery Icon to Numerical Value

23 Dec

Change Battery Icon to Numerical Value
You can change the signal graph to numerical value:
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-Rather than looking at signal bars, you can change the coverage indicator to show ‘signal strength’ in digital (dBm) format. While at the home (icon) screen, hold down the ALT key while you type NMLL. The bars change to digital mode. A lower number is better, and anything between -90 to -50 dBm is good.

-To get the signal bars back, repeat the process: hold down the ALT key while you type NMLL.

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