This app was great on my Samsung S4, but on my Moto Droid X, it's all wonky. When charging, it reports anywhere from 3000mA to -4300mA, and then unplugged it reports from 350mA to -1870mA. For the former, the charge should be draining my battery, but it's not, and if the latter was true my phone would be dead in 3-4 hours, but it lasts all day.
This is a class act. It was so perfect I even went pro - something I rarely do. I use big triple batteries on two phones, one dedicated to communication with the network and the second to handle the screen load as it is tethered to the main phone. I can see all the battery statistics for five or six days before I need to recharge the phones. I can find nothing negative to say about the GSam app. And would go pro again in a heartbeat; it's a class act.
even without root it is the best battery monitor I've used. so much useful info is conveyed from a very user freindly interface. a essential install on all my devices.
Appsucker doesn't work on my S8+ with Nougat - it just shows combined CPU. That makes the app kind of useless since the main point of the app is to identify individual apps and processes that are draining the batter. Is this going to be fixed? Seems like a lot of people have posted comments about it.
Since the last update the app is showing my WiFi as always active, ie if it's showing my phone as being on for 5 hours the WiFi active will also be showing 5 hrs. Android settings are showing as WiFi should only be constantly on if the phone is on charge only
Was great till Nougat update. Now it only tells me the combined app usage amout of power consumed. I can no longer see what each app is using
• Fix battery current support for some missing devices in N
• Add support for all new sensors and show # times used
• Numerous bug fixes