If your Android device cannot widget set more than 4x4, does not support this widget.
The first release, nice photo of cosplayers kaz, even if the application does not start
On Your Home screen of Android device is always displaying.
CosTime images of various costumes will be displayed every 3 minutes.
The first release,Quant all 20 patterns!
■To add a CosTime widget to a Home screen
1. Flick through the available applications or services to locate the "AOIc kaz3rd_t".
2. Touch the CosTime widget to add it on the Home screen.
A widget is not displayed only by installing.
You can arrange it on your Home screen.
(Please check your Android device's manual, how to add a widget to a Home screen.)
Cosplayer & Developer information can be viewed by tapping the CosTime widget.
After installing if a widget doesn't display on a list, please reboot your Android device.
A widget can display plurality.
However the load of a battery or CPU is considered, displaying a widget on plurality doesn't recommend.
When a widget is working, though doesn't operate or display.
Those problems are by the relation between other appcations or widgets.
In the case, please re-add widget to Home screen.
(Please check your Android device's manual, how to add a widget to a Home screen.)
Aoi-lab cannot and will not be liable for any loss or damage arising
from useing this widget.
Simple application to control your CPU. Overclock, overvoltage or underclock and undervoltage your CPU to get better performance and save your battery consumption.
★MIN and MAX frequencies
-Screen off profile
Overclock and undervoltage can be dangerous to your device. Set it carefully and only on your own risk. I don't have any responsibility for consequences.
PLEASE TRY FREE VERSION BEFORE BUYING: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mugich.cpumulticorecontrol
The Multi-core CPU Control is a tool you can use on your rooted device to independently set scaling frequencies and the governor for each CPU core, also you can monitor current core states in real time.
It allows you to use the highest frequency for all cores and gain FPS in games, or go down to the lowest frequency and decrease power consumption when your phone is sitting idle. Improve performance right now !
Multi-core CPU Control works without any services running in the background!
Is your device supported? You need ROOT permissions. If the app doesn’t work properly you'll probably need to be running a custom firmware (for example CyanogenMod) with kernel frequency scaling enabled. It does NOT work on Zenithink zt180, Flytouch tablets and many fake clones.
Be wary of the scaling frequencies you select! Your phone may be overheated or become unresponsive if you choose extreme values. Pay attention to choosing settings especially in case of using “Apply on boot” option, btw you have 30s. timeout after your device has been booted to reset settings to default.
- Monitoring status of the CPU cores. Single core, dual cores, quad cores and more are supported.
- Independent settings for each CPU core.
- Custom CPU user profiles
- 30s timeout to avoid boot-loops in case of unsafe settings
- Stats screen to see the effective usage of frequencies
How to choose optimal governor ?
- If you want to preserve battery use power-safe governor.
-If you want to achieve maximum performance use performance governor.
- If you want to find balance between performance / preserving battery use ondemand or interactive governor
SUPPORT: If you have any problems, please write me an email before writing a negative comment. I’ll try to answer and help you ASAP.
Floating Widget lets you interact with any homescreen widget while you’re using any app on your device.
Ever wish you could:
- Control your local or streaming music without leaving your current app?
- Have a sports scoreboard up while using your e-book reader?
- View a data usage widget in real time while using the app you’re testing?
- Have a clock on the screen while playing a full screen game?
- View CPU usage while you’re interacting with an app?
- Have the a traffic indicator widget always up while commuting?
With Floating Widget, you can do all of these and more! Check the screenshots and embedded video for setup and examples.
-Choose from any widget you have installed designed for Android’s home screen
-Position the widget anywhere on your screen
-Resize the widget to as big or small as you’d like
-Save up to 5 different floating widget profiles
-Have multiple widgets floating at once
-Create custom shortcuts to quickly launch any of the 5 profiles
-Tasker/Locale plugin support
-Control widget transparency
-Start last used profile(s) on boot
-Holo themed [Honeycomb+]
-Notification quick actions [Jelly Bean+]
This app is under active development and widgets were not designed for this, so instead of leaving a negative review because of bugs and glitches, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues, concerns or questions. I am willing to give refunds past the initial 15 minute window the Play Store offers, so please give Floating Widget a try.
** Attention developers: If I’ve used your widget/application in the description/tutorial and you don’t want the free publicity, please contact me and I’ll remove it immediately. Floating Widget only exists because of your awesome widgets **
Requires Eclair (2.1) and 5 special permissions:
SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW - to make the widget stay visible on the screen
READ_PHONE_STATE - to allow the widget to hide when a phone call comes in
VIBRATE - to signal that the widget is in move mode
CHECK_LICENSE - to validate purchases and prevent piracy
RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED - for the start on boot option
The following are just search terms to help others find this app, you can ignore. always on screen widget, widget always on top, persistent widget, system overlay, widget anywhere anytime, airwidget, air widget
Offer to your attention a simple system status widget. It's implemented in the form of switch unit data representation. Such representation is dictated by the objective to make the widget intuitive and user friendly providing maximum of informativeness.
The widget is designed to display the current system status: CPU load; battery charge; used RAM; volume of the extended memory occupied; brightness set value; remaining operating time.
The left side of the dial is graduated from 0 to 100%. Central large arrow on it displays the CPU load. Triangular-shaped pointer displays the remaining battery power.
Right scale of the dial is designed to display the values of memory occupied. The central long arrow indicates the number of RAM occupied. Triangular-shaped pointer displays the volume of the extended memory occupied.
At the top center of the dial displays the numerical value of the remaining free RAM.
Center of widget divided into 4 sectors. In the lower right part appears numerical values of RAM occupied (megabytes). At the top right appears numerical value of volume of the extended memory occupied (gigabytes).
At the top left shows the percentage of the current CPU usage. In the bottom left shows the percentage of remaining battery power.
At the top of the widget displays the current brightness value (in percentage) and also its relative value as conditional graphical notation on a linear scale.
At the bottom of the widget displays the predicted remaining time of continuous operation which is limited by remaining battery charge and the current power consumption.
In the settings you can set the refresh time readings. It is not recommended to set the refresh period is less than 10 seconds because of higher energy consumption. The widget is fairly economical If you do not abuse the refresh time.
Also in the settings you can set the background transparency to adapt it to your desktop picture.
We hope, the widget will be useful and convenient for you and will help you quickly assess the current status of the device resources with just a glance at the data on the scale.
Automate SetCPU with profiles! SetCPU allows you to set up powerful profiles to change your settings under certain conditions, such as what app is running, when the phone is asleep or charging, when the battery level drops below a certain point, when the phone's temperature is too high, or during certain times of day. See the screenshots for examples of how you might set up profiles.
SetCPU's wide feature set make it useful to Android beginners and enthusiasts alike. Accelerate your processor to unleash your phone's true multitasking potential, or dial your CPU's speed down to save battery.
SetCPU also includes a "voltage control" menu, available to certain devices with custom kernels that support it, to control undervolting to save even more battery. Undervolting is only available for certain kernels.
Hey guys! It's good to be back ;) I have been very busy with school for the past year. 3.1.0 is mostly a bug fix release for some standing issues, but expect much more frequent updates from now on.
- Added SUPERUSER permission.
- Fixed a bug where action bar menu items would sometimes not appear for the profiles menu.
- Fixed a bug where voltage items would appear in reverse with some custom kernels.
- Added an open source licenses menu item in About.
Mike "coolbho3k" Huang
Root: SetCPU needs root permissions to modify the CPU speed and other settings.
Read logs: is used for efficient app condition checking. That is currently all it's used for.
Start at boot: SetCPU will start a profiles service at boot, if enabled. It also sets default boot settings, if enabled. SetCPU does not run in the background if profiles are not enabled, and becomes inactive after settings, if any, are applied.
Wake lock: This prevents the phone from sleeping while stress testing and benchmarking.
Write external storage: SetCPU needs to read from and write to the SD card or internal storage to back up profiles.
Read phone state: The "in call" condition needs this to determine if the user is making a phone call or not, and trigger the profile if the user wants to.
This is a widget so you need to drop it on your homescreen it is not an app.
There is a bug/feature on Android 4.x systems with widgets. If you can't see the widget in the widget list, try starting the App slw cpu app which only tells you: "you doing it wrong" after this you will see the widget in the widget list.
If you like more of those simple, lightweight widgets which only ask you for the permissions they realy need and don't fill up you phone with Megabytes of data even if they need to do only a small job then check out the other SLW widgets.
Open source GNU GPL 3.0
1. Install the app
2. Select the widget (for example long-pressing in your list of widgets)
3. Place the widget accordingly on your home screen
4. The settings are opened; set up your colors and the update interval, then press save
5. The widget should now appear on your home screen
6. Long-press the widget to resize
7. Press the widget to see the process list
Please also check out Network Widget for Android:
This is a widget
*3.6 fixed blank widget bug(caused by low memory resets)
**Problems after reboot? Do NOT install to sd! Install on phone and all problems after reboot are solved.
***Pro version is available***
Works on just about all phones.
Auto disables updating when screen is off.
Click to Enable/Disable
This app requires ROOT permissions.
If you don't know what root permissions are, you probably don't need this app.
No-frills CPU Control is a tool you can use on your rooted  device to quickly set the CPU frequencies and governor to use.
It allows you to use the highest frequency your phone supports and gain some precious FPS in your preferred game, or go down to the lowest frequency and gain some more juice when your phone is sitting idle.
All of this without any memory footprint or services running in the background!
It has been reported working on a large number of rooted  devices from HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, Huawei, ZTE, Oppo and so on! Even Kindle and Nook Color!
Unfortunately, it does NOT work on Flytouch tablets, Zenithink zt180, HaiPad M7/Tabtech M7 or fake HTC/Samsung clones. Sorry about that, but you knew what you were buying when you did... didn't you?
Is your device supported? You need ROOT permissions and you'll probably need to be running a CUSTOM ROM (an example is the famous CyanogenMod) with kernel frequency scaling enabled. If you are unsure... just install the app and see for yourself!
If you need a custom ROM for your phone, the best places to find one are XDA [http://forum.xda-developers.com], MoDaCo [http://android.modaco.com/] or similar forums.
Be wary of the frequencies you select! Your phone may lock or become unresponsive if it doesn't like extreme values, but -hey- better safe than sorry: even though No-frills CPU Control allows you to choose if you want to apply the settings on boot, it comes with an extra "safety valve" too! If the device doesn't shut down (or reboot) in a clean way, it will not apply the settings, avoiding those nasty boot-loops you may have had with other overclocking apps. Please keep in mind that apps like QuickBoot are as quick as they are unsafe…
- Easy GUI to set frequencies, governor and i/o scheduler
- "safety valve" to avoid boot-loops in case of unsafe settings (more info in the homepage)
- Stats screen to see the effective usage of frequencies
No-frills CPU Control is open source under Apache 2.0 license. You can find the source code, more informations and you can ask for questions on its project post directly on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=911917
SUPPORT: If you have any problems, before you write a negative comment, write an email or go to the homepage to get answers.
If I don't reply you or solve your problem, then go ahead and post a negative comment.
HINT: If you can't find the email of the developer, use the "Send CPU data" feature from the main screen, instead, and add your questions.
This app is FREE and will always be FREE.
Translations are ALWAYS welcome and are now as easy as getting a (free) account to http://www.getlocalization.com/noFrillsCPU/ and correcting what's wrong or filling what's missing. A HUGE "THANK YOU!" to all the people who helped translating this app! (jdb78, kallt_kaffe, David Kejzlar, Ryunosuke Tanaka, Charlie Cheung, dxdiag32, Corentin Garcia, Carlos Camacho, dancer_69, TorbenKB, Chris, FollowWings, Spaar, prescott66, Marco Bizarro, Cristian Silaghi, Cenk H. Uzunboy)
Starting with version 1.21 the app has a new look & feel matching the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has dropped support for older Android releases (1.6 and 2.0). Don't worry! There's a new app, No-frills CPU Control CLASSIC which will always have the same features as the classic app with the old look & feel!
: if you don't know what a ROOTED device is, you can find a pretty good explanation here: [http://www.androidauthority.com/rooting-for-dummies-a-beginners-guide-to-root-your-android-phone-or-tablet-10915/]
Its prime purpose is to be a battery saver and to save as much battery as possible, but it can be used to overclock at the same time (if the kernel of your device supports it).
Depending on triggers (based on the battery) different profiles are loaded. Each trigger has different profiles depending of the the state of your phone (if it is locked, on battery, on power or a phone call is being done).
A profile can modify the following:
* The CPU governor, its thresholds and min/max frequencies off your CPU (i.e. setCPU speed).
* The state of services like:
- mobiledata connection
- 3G/2G switch
- background sync
- airplane mode
Configurations (i.e. a set of trigger and profiles) can be loaded based on the time of the day and the day of the week. This allows you to set a different behaviour during the night or the weekend.
In praise of CyanogenMod... ;)
If you use and like this app please subscribe to the mailing list email@example.com and participate in the forums on https://sourceforge.net/projects/cputuner/ (Project webpage).
You can follow CPU tuner on: https://plus.google.com/109797451979104819882
If you want to help translating please join in at http://www.getlocalization.com/cputuner/.
Please report errors in a mail to the address listed below not in a market comment.
You best generate a capabilities report first, by going to settings then to backend and choose capabilities report, when it is done hit send (and save the mail as draft). Then describe your issue (and if possible attach a logcat output along with the zip file from the report).
A note on permissions: Yes there are a lot and potentially dangerous permissions needed, but cpu tuner does not request the network communication permission which means that cpu tuner cannot send any information back. Further more cpu tuner is opensource so you can browse the code and check....
Find out what is slowing down your Android device!
Unlike other tools, CPU Monitor Advanced Lite is an expert technical app which records historical information about processes running on your device. You can configure the length of the information capture. You can store and review up to 100 captures.
CPU Monitor Advanced Lite will even automatically begin recording information when an application exceed the set thresholds for CPU over a specified time interval.
You can use the information stored over time to identify trends in application behavior and to identify processes that utilize too many resources over a period of time.
CPU Monitor Advanced Edition is capable of manual and automatic captures or snapshots. The app can automatically start a snapshot capture of what processes are running and what amount of resources they are consuming.
The app also allows you to graph each process captured in the snapshot and you can graph the CPU, the memory and the battery drain.
The app also allows you to kill the process as well as O/S processes if your phone is rooted, otherwise it will kill only user processes.
The app only uses about 4% of the phone's CPU to run in background monitoring mode and about 8% when capturing data.
CPU Monitor Advanced Lite will help you identify processes which slow down your phone over time.
1、increased cpu temp overlay
2、add start overlay on boot
3、update the user interface
4、use the new icon
5、strengthen the sharing function
Cpu Temp v1.0
1、This app can get the cpu temperature(not the battery temperature)
2、This app can get the cpu usage.
3、It can get cpu frequency
4、It can get the battery info
5、It can monitor the cpu temperature,usage and frequency change
6、It can get cpu info
7、cpu temperature pressure test
*Getting the exact cpu temperature depends on the linux kernal,otherwise it will show you the temperature by algorithm
3C CPU Manager requires a rooted device to offer a simple yet powerful interface to control your CPU and GPU configurations.
You can remove ads and unlock all features using in-app purchase inside 3C CPU Manager.
Control single, dual, quad, hexa and octa-core CPU settings.
- Set frequencies, governor and voltages *
- Configure thermal and mp-decision deamons
- Set SD read cache size to boost read performance
- Set IO scheduler to optimize multi-task
- Set fsync to improve write performance*
- View frequency usage table
- Control cores separately*
Set screen on or off configurations of all above settings.
Control GPU configuration *
- Set max frequency, governor and votlages *
- View frequency usage table
* Support depends on kernel
A1 CPU Tool - free CPU monitor App that shows time the CPU spends in each performance / frequency state. View CPU load from the last boot split by supported CPU frequencies for your Android phone or tablet. Displays time spent in the Deep Sleep, and ultra low frequencies.
★ Free, and without Ads
★ Monitor CPU load in real-time
★ Shows all available CPU frequencies
★ Shows total time spent in each processor frequency
★ Highlights active frequency/frequencies the CPU spent in last 1000 ms (1 sec)
★ Hide, show and combine any CPU frequency (MHz)
★ Customizable automatic filter threshold
★ Hide all inactive frequencies at once
★ Nice looking, clean, fast, responsive & intuitive UI (User Interface)
Quick CPU info tool:
• Detects processor name, governor and CPU core count
• CPU temperature
• CPU up-time (time spent while doing work)
• CPU time asleep / Deep Sleep
• Minimum-Maximum / High-Low frequencies
• List of unused processor frequencies (but supported by kernel)
Quick battery info:
• Battery level +charging +plugged in
• Battery temperature (supports both Fahrenheit and Celsius)
• Battery voltage in mV
• Battery type: Lithium-ion, Lithium polymer, and many more
Quick memory info:
• RAM total size
• RAM cache and free space
• RAM speed (requires A1 SD Bench installed)
Most of the processors are supported including single-core, dual-core and latest quad-core CPUs; most of the major phone models and brands are supported – Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, LG, Asus, Motorola, Alps, Huawei, Fujitsu, ZTE, Acer, Lenovo, Nvidia, etc.
• Problem with A1 CPU Tool? Send us your feedback using Send Feedback feature from the Settings screen, or http://a1dev.com/feedback/
• Inspired from CPU Spy by Brandon Valosek
• “System uptime” usually is a few second off “CPU time in state”
• Needs kernel that supports CPU info file as any other CPU tools
• Root is not required
• More: http://a1dev.com/cpu-tool/notes/
• From the application itself
• Google+: http://a1dev.com/g+
More info on permissions:
• "Internet" is used for “contact us” form, and to collect anonymous usage statistics (can be enabled and disabled).
Can be used as a sort of task switcher, process monitor, manual task killer, service stopper, app drawer, app launcher, or package browser.
Buttons along the top select which kind of tasks/services to include in the display. Alternatively, search for apps by name. Everything is color-coded and clearly labeled.
To run this from another app, long-press the SEARCH key. It can also be run from a desktop icon or launcher.
Tap the name of any launchable app to run it. Long-press on any app for its Application Info screen, to examine or clear or force-stop it.
Automatic task killers are generally counter-productive. For an unwanted active app, highlighted in green, just LONG-PRESS its name then click FORCE-STOP.
To stop or uninstall system apps requires that you "root" your device. This app helps you find the packages to freeze or remove.
Display and monitor signal strength
and status of mobile/wifi networks.
Also show the current battery details,
CPU/RAM usage and int/ext storage.
* Identify/escape local dead spots
* Graphic view of battery level and health
* Show CPU usage, RAM, file storage pcts
* Quick links to relevant system settings
* Large text and rating-bar for eye-relief
* Changes flagged by color and sound
* No ads or abuse of privacy
Network screen displays phone service provider
and wifi connection info. The first rating bar
shows signal strength for phone and text service,
the second shows mobile network (web) quality,
the third is for local-area wifi connection.
Battery screen shows the usual percent estimate,
the actual voltage, and internal temperature.
Also includes random state info.
Usage screen shows when an app runs amok
wasting CPU or memory, or storage fills up.
In the screen images, colored text indicates
just-changed information (a click also sounds
to alert the user).
Each tinted display-box holds a primary info line
in large text, a 5-star rating-bar, and further info
below the bar (toggled on/off as desired).
Buttons at the bottom link to system settings,
along with an icon that refreshes the screen
(same as turning screen off then on).
Tested on Verizon and T-mobile networks,
should also work for others.
Please contact developer about any problems
observed, or new features desired.
Install the widget by long-press or "add item/widget" on the home screen, and select our Weather Widget. Then tap on the widget to change the location, e.g. "Portland, ME" or "Paris" or "07748" etc.
* Buffer as much as you want (e.g. for jogging)
* Skip ahead or go back, unlimited
* Add your own stations, delete and tag and sort
* See titles (when provided) and connection dialog
* No ads or spyware
* Supported formats include .m3u .pls .ram and mp3
* Pedometer / Odometer / Speedometer
* Magnetic compass, GPS heading/bearing
* GPS status, coordinates, altitude
* Link to map apps, share your location
* Sound alerts for speed, milestones
* Chart trails automatically, fitness points
* Link to GPS/other settings, camera
* Optional help text within each section
* NO invasion of privacy, ads, spyware, etc.
Designed especially for walkers / hikers / joggers.
Audio tones monitor status and progress, hands-free.
Bread-crumbs chart helps find your way back.
Track time / distance / speed over an irregular course.
Aerobic fitness points are calculated in realtime.
Before starting a hike, start this app and let it
stabilize (find satellites and current location).
Then clear stats and go ...
Network reception on trails is poor, draining
battery and rendering many apps useless.
It's advisable to disable mobile network (3G/4G).
GPS works best with a clear view of horizons;
bodies, trees, and hills block signal. Carry phone
in pants pocket (not shirt) on the more open side.
Outdoors in a flat open area, most GPS units
can be accurate within 5 to 10 meters (yards).
Indoors it may be impossible to get any fix.
During GPS location updates (every N seconds)
status goes BUSY, then a beep sound indicates:
DOUBLE-beep at the start of a new lap;
HIGH/LOW beep for over/under speed threshold;
TRIPLE-beep for reaching milestones.
Shows either 12-hour (am/pm) or 24-hour time. Text color indicates local daylight, night, and twilight (approximately).
Click the widget to switch to a different time zone.
To install, long-press on an empty home screen spot, pick "Widgets", then choose our Clock Widget.
Please contribute to Catty developers by downloading one of our new pay apps.
* Tiny, legible, unobtrusive, useful. Minimal drain on battery.
* Gives the standard battery level and voltage.
* Now also indicates charging and error status.
* Shows battery internal temperature.
* All numbers are color-coded for high / medium / low.
* Tapping the widget displays the system battery graph.
Please support ongoing Catty development by downloading
one of our new pay apps.