By enabling battery full charge notification on Android phone, you will get a loud alarm when the battery has reached 100% charge, so that you can unplug the charger from the mains to preserve battery health. Leaving your phone plugged in even after reaching 100% charge is not good for your phone’s battery health.

In this guide, we will let you know how to enable battery full charge notification on your Android phone and tablet. Before you get start, note that some devices will automatically stop charging when the battery fully charged or reached 100% charge, but not all devices have this feature, so the below described method can be used as an alternative. By enabling full charge notification, you do not need to check throughout the charging process to know the unplug time.


Battery Alarm is a free download on Play Store that can notify you when the battery charge reaches a preset percentage. The app is very simple to use. For instance, if you do not want to charge your phone after reaching 100%, you can set the alarm for 100%. The alarm will notify you with a sound when the battery charge reached 100%.

However, keep in mind that Lithium-ion batteries should not be 100% charged, as it will reduce battery’s health.


Enable Battery Full Charge Notification on Android Devices

1. Download [HERE] and install the app

2. Run the app, set the percentage using slider

3. Tap the alarm button shown on top right side of the screen to turn on alarm.

4. If you want, you can change the alarm sound by taping the “bell” button shown near to the alarm button.

That’s it! Now onwards, you do not need to check throughout the charging process to know the unplug time! Leave your views in the comment section below.

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