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Android System Info - Display Device Information - Page 2
Monday 28th of February 2011
ASI provides a lot of technical information (Hardware, System, Telephony...),Task Manager, App manager, logs viewer, battery stats and moreWIDGET WONT WORK IF YOU MOVE ASI TO SDCARD (it is an android limitation).Android System Info does exactly what the name states, providing you all of your Android phone’s “under-the-hood” information and morVersion: 1.10.2Size: 173KBCategory: ProductivityPrice: FreeThis loaded application comes with five main tabs: Dashboard, System, Tasks, Apps, and Logs.Dashboard:Lookup handy info like how much battery, internal memory, SD card space, and RAM you have free.View uptime (time since the phone was last shutoff), current network type (e.g. WiFi) and IP address.System:A comprehensive list of all the information you need about your Android device (e.g. OS, build info, memory, CPU, screen, sensors, java properties, etc.)Tasks:A sortable list of opened apps including their memory and CPU usage.CPU load displayed.Quickly switch to or end a specific task/app.Great functionality, just like what you’d find in Advanced Task Manager (and
Android System Info
Friday 07th of January 2011
Does anyone know why the app Android System Info needs permission to take pictures?
Elixir 2 Brings Added Functionality To One Of The Best System Info Apps Available
Thursday 29th of August 2013
The original Elixir, developed by Tamás Barta, is a powerhouse of system information and control, giving the user quick access to an ocean of information about their device. Earlier this week the same developer introduced Elixir 2, a sizeable improvement over an already handy app.The most practical improvements in Elixir 2 are the enhanced system info tools, allowing the user to get a quick look at a comprehensive list of system information, including hardware, software, sensors, status, services, etc. The app also enables customizable widgets that display the most pertinent information on your home screen, including toggles for several functions such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.Elixir 2 also offers the ability to view and test all of the device's sensors from one screen. The array of app information has also been upped, allowing for the user to view sub-processes, size, resource usage, and the ability to move to SD or uninstall quickly and easily. For advanced users, Elixir can also check Logcat and Dmesg logs.The Personal and Admin Addons for Elixir 2 are also handy. Elixe
"Android system info" app shows me a different free ram memory compared to Gb "running services"
Wednesday 20th of March 2013
Hi guys!My device is an Acer Liquid Metal with Gingerbread 2.3.7 and cyanogenmod 7.2. I noticed that the app "Android system info" shows me a different free ram memory compared to what the "running services" of the system says. For example actually if I go on "Android system info" it shows me that i have about 73 MB free ram memory, on the contrary if I go on applications/running services I see that I have 145 MB of free ram memory! So my question is: who say the truth? I inform you that I'm running the script supercharger of zeppelinrox btw. Thank you very much in advance!
[APP] Cool Tool (always ot top system info)
Thursday 20th of October 2011
This little tool shows some system info such- CPU Load meter- Used/Total RAM meter- CPU Frequency indicator- 2g/3g Traffic meter- Battery Status indicator- Current Time indicatorin "always on top" mode. Press Show Panel button to open panel. You can drag it over the screen or double tap to open settings. See video and screenshots for details.https://market.android.com/details?id=ds.cpuoverlay
Android System Info vs. built-in Applications info
Friday 18th of May 2012
I use an app called Android System Info. Mainly, I check how much memory apps are using. I know it's an absolute sin to kill apps (I know, I'm a developer ), but sometimes an app, say Words With Friends, will be showing 60M+ of memory usage and my phone is crawling. I kill that app, the memory is freed and my phone is back to normal. The app will come back with a much smaller memory footprint. Memory usage as shown by Android System Info is usually 20M+ per app. But then I go into the built-in Android Applications Manager and see mostly 2-5M memory usage, with some in the 11-15M range. Which is correct? Android System Info has good reviews, but if it was so far off (5-10 times the actual numbers), I'd think it would get 1 star reviews. And my phone is usually sluggish and I'm guessing that's because of low memory. Still, you'd think the Android Applications Manager would be the most correct. And yet, when my phone is slow, it says memory usage is fine. I just want the correct info.
Elixir 2 Makes Viewing System Info Easier on Android - Android Authority
Tuesday 30th of August 2011
Android app developer Tamás Barta has recently released the next generation of the Elixir app for Android. Called Elixir 2, the freshly updated app performs the same functions as the previous Elixir, plus more new and better stuff.Elixir 2 is an Android app that can tell you a lot of things about your device. For instance, it can show you what hardware is on your phone, what software applications are available, and what programs are running. The app can also use widgets for shortcuts, for displaying info or accessing functions from the homescreen, and for showing information on the status bar.Elixir 2 widgets are skinnable and customizable. The new version of the app also allows for widget creation–which can be very handy for viewing or quick access to important system info such as consumption statistics (e.g., battery, RAM, storage), running apps, network statistics, and the like. Status bar widgets can also be created and will be shown on the Notifications Drawer for quicker access to various functions or options.Widget functionality for Elixir 2 is available as a separate a
Hardware and System Info app
Sunday 21st of October 2012
Hello guys,I need to create an app from which the user will be able to view the system and hardware information of his device(OS, model, cpu speed, ram , disk space etc). Something like Hardware and System Info 1.3.2. I have made a little search for finding some system calls that may be used for retrieving those kind of information but I could not find any! Does anyone knows how to code android so to retrieve such information? Is there any library for this kind of info?
system info widget - Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets
Thursday 29th of August 2013
The original Elixir, developed by Tamás Barta, is a powerhouse of system information and control, giving the user quick access to an ocean of information about their device. Earlier this week the same developer introduced Elixir 2, a sizeable improvement over an already handy app.The most practical improvements in Elixir 2 are the enhanced system info tools, allowing the user to get a quick look at a comprehensive list of system information, including hardware, software, sensors, status, services, etc. The app also enables customizable widgets that display the most pertinent information on your home screen, including toggles for several functions such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
Looking for a better system info widget/app
Monday 25th of November 2013
as the title says, i am looking for a better system info widget/app. i was using temp + cpu Pro, but that app is crashing on android 4.3 (i have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 btw).I am currently trying Mini Info Classic, and it seems like what i am looking for. However, if I want to go pro and get full widget mods ability, it appears some people in reviews have had issues with having to pay the developer more than once after certain updates. I am all for paying someone for their work, but I also like a clear cut expectation of how its going to work ahead of time. I have also tried widgetzoid, but it does not read my ROM/SD card contents correctly and will not report on my SD (sees internal as SD card).Does anyone have any other/better suggestions to try? A screenshot would be appreciated if possible as well. Paid or Free - thanks to Samsung I have $50 in Google Play credit burning a hole in my Otterbox!Thank you for all ideas!