On a modern Android device, this mode can kick in and help prolong your battery when it’s almost dead.
You can tweak that battery threshold or enable Battery Saver mode manually.
The troubleshooting steps are in a wacky order because I wasn't directly troubleshooting the battery icon, but doing other stuff too.
Google added a “Battery Saver” mode to Android with Android 5.0 Lollipop.
But after running the grep command above I noticed that the icons were being copied into: /platforms/android/ant-build/res/drawable-xhdpi/I navigated to this folder and noticed that the images were the default cordova png images. It seems the www/res/icons aren't really functional, I've seen no indication that they are functional, here is a useful article: The best thing to do is to write a script once to copy them into the right place I'm using version 4.2.
The screen will flash while your workout is on hold. Here's a list of the assumptions I've made, steps I've taken to test them, and the results. I've spent some time troubleshooting this and trying to figure out what the heck is going on.It will replace all instances of "icon.png" with your desired image. Just use a really big / high pixel-density image and it will be scaled for you for the lower density screens.I've noticed that sometimes the battery/power icon in the notification area shows an incorrect charge percentage (both visually, in the proportion of the icon that is filled in, and in the percentage available indicated in the mouseover text).