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Device Power Characteristics

You can use the power command to control the simulated power state of the emulator instance.The usage for the command is:

power <display|ac|status|present|health|capactiy>

The event command supports the subcommands listed in the table below.

Subcommand Description Comments
display Display battery and charger state.  
ac <on|off> Set AC charging state to on or off.  
status <unknown|charging|discharging|not-charging|full> Change battery status as specified.  
present <true|false> Set battery presence state.  
health <unknown|good|overheat|dead|overvoltage|failure> Set battery health state.  
power health <percent> Set remaining battery capacity state (0-100).  
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