I never use an Android before, but one of my favorite feature from there is called Battery Full Charge Notification (via an app from the Play Store). Who would want to sit next to their device and wait for it to get charged completely, especially having to turn on and turn off the device every once awhile just to check its percentage?
For Android devices, the fully charge notification feature is neat and useful for its users. That’s something I hope to see in the upcoming iOS release too. But for now, if you have a Jailbroken device, this feature can also implement into your iPhone or iPad.
Before we get started, just letting you know that this tweak wasn’t inspired by the notification feature from Android. 🙂
How to Know When iPhone Is Done Charging
You know that having your iPhone remaining plugged in after it has reached 100% charged isn’t good for the battery health either right? That’s why it’s beneficial to know right away when the time comes, and there’s nothing else battery to solve this then getting a notification whenever your iPhone or iPad is fully charged.
Step 1: Go to Cydia and reload your packages
Step 2: Search for a tweak called ChargingDone from the BigBoss repo then install it
Step 3: Respring and go to the stock Settings page
Scroll down until you see the option to configure this jailbreak package further. Under General, turn on ChargingDone by toggle On for Enabled. After that, choose which type of notification system you want to see, there are Popup and Banner. Additional options like Vibration, Sound, and custom Sound file are also included.
That’s it. From now on, you will not longer have to wait for your iPhone to finish charging, go on with your other task and the device will let you know through notification either sound or vibration to alert you that it’s fully charged.