Great help on problem child. We had a late 2000's Chevy topics that had erratic behavior with both engine and trans. Made a homemade cable from phone Mic input to trans input speed sensor. With a voltage limit/control inline. For being such a crude signal source cable. The graph was great and precise. I was able to take screenshot to prove trans had to come out. Someone had put too long of a bolt in bookbinding. Denting torque converter. The dent showed up on graph even though you couldn't see it when engine barred over.
Best to be expected! Well done! Very versatile. UI could use a bit of improvement, one suggestion is to make some of the icons toggle. A better & more descriptive HELP screen within the app, as many capabilities have to be discovered. For those complaining how to use. NOTE; On 1st run... Read the 1st & 2nd screens carefully, BEFORE pressing "Got It" ..They are Help screens, explaining the icons. Helps if you know what & how to use an oscilloscope. TO START - use the "Play/Pause" icon
Tony Wheat Looks like great software. but I need some instructions to help me to turn it on and get started using it. How do you keep the signal output on screen to be continuous instead of it stopping automatically stopping after 4 or 5 seconds. Please answer this for me. If it won't do this I would like a refund on my purchase. Tony Wheat
FOSS Forever! Great Scope! This is well done software and is a real asset. Much better on tablet than phone, but improving.
OsciProme Good, but ability to increase width of trace as well as adding levels of persistence afterglow would be a massive improvement!
TEK in a box Exceptionally well done and useful.
+ Improved Graphics performance by removing unnecessary layer
+ Font size refined to scale better with displays
+ Fixed misbehaving lower bar on 4.4 (Nexus 5)
+ Calibration Offset is now calculated as float (fixes bug with OsciPrime hardware)
+ Fixed Nullpointer in Audio Source
+ Added Buffer Preview and Window
+ USB OsciPrime: Uses double the amount of Y-Space now
+ Added xxhdpi graphics
Oscope is an Oscilloscope that displays audio waves taken from your microphone.