version 1.4 on Motorola Defy+ with Android 2.3 and Sony Xperia Active with Android 4.04. Simple, robust, clear. The logging does work but the user has to figure out where the log file is located (in mnt/sdcard/MySensors folder). The log file time is machine time, to be converted by the user in a readable format (using Excel or similar spreadsheet). The footprint is not small but reasonable: 5 MB storage and 9 MB memory usage. Free with no ads. Works even on old devices. Thanks to the developer.
My sensors It works. The sensor in this pad im on has one built inside to sense when the pad is moved or disturbed . I see it as the sense of equalibriam for android. Or balance , better discribes it..cool to look at every now and then. But it isnt a bug detector. Im looking for one of those type of apps.
Same problem as others report. On Sam.S5, any attempt to list or retrieve logs crashes prog. Also, no indication of where any logs would be stored. (Tested with Baro semsor).
FM Radio DB meter I wonder if there is a way to read how strong the FM radio signal signal strength is in dB?
Great But when I try to access the logs through the app it crashes
==Version 1.4 (Version Code=7)==
* Supports Android SDK v4 thru v23
* Now supports logging (*.csv) of real-time sensor data to your device storage.
* Supports text file generation of all found sensor details.
* Option to delete all log files and browse logged files through an external file browser.
* App now requires write permissions to the device storage to support sensor logging. This was an unavoidable change to support this feature.
* As always, NO ads, still FREE!