Just installed an Android update. Phone felt warm even after process was completely done. CPU-z showed quite alarming thermal temperatures, a lot of sensors were at 80*C (which is generally bad news for bootloop proned LG). I went to CPU-z's SOC screen and sure enough ALL 4 cores were running at between 1.8 and 2.15 GHz. CPU load was at 99%. I then used a Task Killing App to stop the background process i suspected of doing this carnage (Google Play Services). Went back to CPU-z and all was back to normal (cores at 307MHz and CPU load at 23%). Thermals are dropping. 😌
Lists no baseband version. Very obnoxious 5 second full screen ad with music. I don't mind ads, but I don't like them shoved in my face and ears. Uninstalled. There are better aps out there. S7/7.0
Did you guys really have to use ads? I don't blame you, everyone wants money, but why in such an app? Yes, it's gonna be used alot so you will get alot of money, but please... for this app just don't :(
Gives good information but the ads are terrible. Every ten swipes or touches and I have to drop everything and be irritated by thumping music and fullscreen video while I try to find the close button.
This app has been better before. Now everytime a nag video as ad instead of a banner. Really annoying. Also waste of data plans (hotspot)
I use CPU-Z on my Windows desktop and it's very useful hence 4 stars..... But on my phone 'LG Q6' it detects SOC wrong as SD430 instead of SD435 as listed in LG website.
Version 1.23 (05/16/2017)
- Samsung Exynos 8895.
- Support for resizable windows.
Version 1.22 (01/19/2017)
- Mediatek Helio X23, X25, X27.
- HiSilicon Kirin 960.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 430 and 435.
Version 1.21 (11/10/2016)
- Kirin 955, 910, 650.
- Snapdragon 617.
- ARM Cortex A73.
Version 1.20 (07/27/2016)
- Added tri-cluster architectures.
- Mediatek Helio X20 (MT6797).
Version 1.19 (03/31/2016)
- Samsung Exynos 8890 (M1).
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (Kryo).