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Charging your Android Terminal

Last updated: 13 May 2021


When your battery has 15% remaining, you will receive an alert to charge your terminal. To save power, receipt printing is disabled once the battery has only 5% remaining. If the battery reaches 0% your terminal will power off. Once connected to a wall charger or charging base, the terminal may take a few minutes before it powers back on.

Charging using a charging base

  1. Plug the power cable into the port on the side of the charging base
  2. Plug the power cable into a wall socket
  3. Place the terminal on the charging base
  4. Look for this icon to make sure your terminal is charging

Charging using a USB adapter

  1. Insert USB cable into the USB adapter
  2. Insert USB adapter into a wall socket
  3. Insert USB-C end of the charging cable into the USB-C charging port on the terminal
  4. Look for this icon  in the Notification bar to make sure your terminal is charging

NOTE: You can charge your terminal by plugging the USB cable into another device, for example, a laptop or desktop computer, however charging will take significantly longer.

Power management

Swipe down from the Notification bar and tap the settings icon  and then tap Battery to view an estimation of how long the battery has left until it needs charging and options for power management:

  • Battery percentage: Toggle battery percentage display in the Notification bar on and off
  • Adaptive brightness: Toggle this setting on to automatically optimise brightness level for available light
  • Sleep: Adjust the time before the terminal enters Sleep mode when idle
  • Ambient display: Toggle this setting on to wake the screen when you receive new notifications