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How to Make Charging Animation on Android

Nowadays we can hardly get away from the charger. When we often use our Android smartphones, our smartphone batteries will run out quickly and must be charged. Usually when we charge our Android smartphone, a screen will appear showing the percent of our battery that is being charged.

Now in this article, I will try to share how to make a charging animation on all Android smartphones. In this way, your phone screen will be cooler when the battery is charging, you can replace it with your own images, videos or you can also choose existing animations to make the display when charging your smartphone becomes more interesting and not boring.

How to make a charging animation effect on all Android

For those of you who intend to follow how to make a charging animation effect on all Androids then you can see the tutorial as follows.

1. Please download and install the Pika Charging Show app from the Play Store.

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2. Next, open the Pika Charging Show app.

3. Tap on the Replace Charging Animation section.

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4. Please select the charging animation you want.

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5. Tap Check.

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6. Tap Set Now.

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7. Tap OK.

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8. Next, tap Not Set, in the Draw/Display over other apps section.

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9. Turn it on in the Pika Show section, then back.

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10. Done, now you can charge your smartphone and see how it changes.

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So that’s how to make a charging animation effect on all Androids, good luck and hopefully it will be useful.

Also check out the previous article about how to show touch effects on all Android phones and various other interesting articles. If you found this guide useful, let us know in the comments.