Stability test..... Constantly a top drawer testing benchmark. I've used in 3 OSs now. Glitch i have is with an app having fixed a jitter problem. Good work. Glitches again: unexplained crashing without data to send, then restarts from zip ... no, i had on charge every time and your emails isn't recognized by Google's mail server. Anyone home? Drapery shut.
CPU+Gpu test Nice app, im using it to test my newly purchased Xperia Acro S because im on limited guarnaty . Anyway im getting this cpu and gpu test to freeze after some while. Picture continue to spin but all other counters are freezed. After I press back button i got report that app has crashed and results from test where i have 0 errors on both cpu and gpu. Now im not sure if it is app malfunction or my telephone. Can someone suggest me another app where I could test if it is all ok?
Good, but Wish It Was Updated I've used this app across serval phones, and it has been a wonderful tool for testing. However, the latest version [2.7] doesn't properly support the Qualcomm 1.9 quadcore processor found in the Galaxy S4. Scaling test only sets CPU0 instead of all four cores and doesn't set the higher freqs properly. This CPU had broken many, many apps so I'm hoping we will see a corrective update soon! If you don't have the Qualcomm 1.9 quadcore, this is the testing app for you!
Excellent, but no memtest I am trying to debug random reboots of my device, and I suspect dodgy ram. Is there any chance of an equivalent to memtest86+?
Don't eat all my RAM in test, please. Android sucks at memory management. If a process gobbles up all the memory, it'll kill background processes. But they'll immediately restart, causing a loop of memory reallocation. During the test, this app claims to try testing with 760MB RAM, which causes the test to freeze for half a second or so every few seconds. That's not a stress test. This app needs a settings menu badly, so we can all test how we like. I'd prefer no memory allocation testing. Just CPU and GPU! Data would also be nice, but... well.
Just what I looked for I used the application for CPU overloading test. It saved me a lot of time. Thanks a lot
2.7: Fixed scaling test for quad core devices, ability to manually select frequency scaling range, displays requested frequency setting (helps identifying SoC thermal throttles)
2.5: Native support for: ARMv5TE, ARMv7-A, ARMv7-A + NEON, MIPS, INTEL X86 (this drastically increases linpack results on modern platforms)
2.4: Removed advertisements & internet permission, native MFLOPS estimation (linpackc), showing frequencies instead of bogomips, better compatibility for GPU test, quadcore support