Hardware information is categorized into:
– Device: Model, Manufacturer, Chipset, Build Number and Android OS version.
– System: CPU architecture, Board, Number of Cores, Clock Speed, CPU Features, Governor and Kernel information. As well as current CPU Utilization, Total running processes, and clock frequency of each core.
– Memory: Total and available RAM, as well as Storage information about your device.
– Camera: Detailed information about the primary and secondary camera in your phone. Along with supported resolutions, focus modes and AntiBanding modes.
– Battery: Health, current level, power source, temperature, voltage.
– Sensors: All the sensors in your device with real-time testing.
INTERNET - permission is required to display help information which will be updated to show you the latest information about the app.
CAMERA - permission is used by the app to display details about the cameras of your smartphone.
READ & WRITE EXTERNAL STORAGE - to get information about external storage attached to or inserted in the device.
• Voted #1 TOP ROOT APP on Twitter.
• New DEMO VIDEO: http://youtube.com/watch?v=YU33zabluSY&hd=1
• No icon! Requires the Titanium Backup (free) app (see "More" section below). This key will turn it into PRO.
• The same key can be used on several devices!
• For download issues & support: read below.
PRO Features Added:
[✔] Multiple backups per app
[✔] 0-click batch restore
[✔] Backup/restore SMS,MMS,calls,bookmarks,Wi-Fi AP as XML
[✔] Multi-user support for some apps! (eg: games)
[✔] Batch verification
[✔] Backup apps without closing them!
[✔] Create your own update.zip containing apps+data!
[✔] Restore individual apps+data from non-root ADB backups!
[✔] Restore individual apps+data from CWM backups!
[✔] Restore individual apps+data from TWRP backups!
[✔] Hypershell speed
[✔] Migrate system data across different ROMs
[✔] Market Doctor (relink apps to Market)
[✔] "Destroy all Market links" feature
[✔] Apps freezer (incl. batch support)
[✔] Market "auto updating" manager
[✔] Convert user apps <=> system apps
[✔] Unlimited schedules
[✔] Sync to/from Dropbox (manual/scheduled)
[✔] Sync to/from Box (manual/scheduled)
[✔] Sync to/from Google Drive (manual/scheduled)
[✔] TB Web Server: download/upload your backups as a single ZIP on your computer
[✔] Load/Save a Filter and use it in Widgets/Schedules
[✔] Change the device's Android ID, restore it from a backup or after a factory reset
[✔] Protect backup against deletion
[✔] Send backup (to e-mail/cloud) and import it in 1 click
[✔] Backup→Verify→Un-install an app in one shot
[✔] Freeze/defrost/launch apps in a single click
[✔] CSV export any app DB (e-mail or Google Docs)
[✔] Brand the app with your name
[✔] Bloatware Melter (experimental)
[✔] Convert app data to/from faster WAL DB format
[✔] And more!
[✔] Dalvik cache cleaner
[✔] Integrate system app updates into ROM
[✔] Move apps into ROM
[✔] Integrate Dalvik cache system elements into ROM
What the Press says:
"The Most Essential App For Android" - Tech'n'Life
"NONE can compare with this one" - Android Market Review
"The Best Backup App for Android" - Lifehacker
"The hands down best Backup on the market" - Absolutely Android
"It is a must-have backup app" - Droid Ninja
Support & Upgrades:
• All upgrades are FREE.
• If Market won't download your PRO key: although credit card authorization *usually* occurs instantly, in rare cases it may need up to a few hours to complete. Try the Web version of Play Store. If problem persists, login at checkout.google.com to cancel your order & try again.
• If your PRO key doesn't work (eg: installed before the purchase completed) please un-install it and then reinstall it from the Web version of Play Store.
• We aren't responsible for any currency conversion fees charged by credit card issuers.
• For support please see the Knowledge Base at http://titaniumtrack.com/kb and then e-mail us at the address below.
Here's the older TB Pro demo video:
Thank you for supporting our work!
**ROOT ACCESS REQUIRED AND ON MANY DEVICES AN UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER
**ONLY SUPPORTS SPRINT GALAXY S4, GSM HTC ONE, SPRINT HTC ONE, SPRINT HTC EVO 4G LTE, EVO 3D (CDMA & GSM), One S, One XL, Droid DNA, EVO, DESIRE CDMA, HTC EVO SHIFT, VIVID/HOLIDAY, AMAZE 4G, NEXUS 4, NEXUS 5, NEXUS 7 (2012), NEXUS 10, Moto G (GSM), SPRINT SAMSUNG GALAXY SIII, SAMSUNG GOOGLE GALAXY NEXUS (GSM AND CDMA), NEXUS S (4G), LG OPTIMUS (SLIDER, S, T, One, V and M), SAMSUNG MOMENT, SAMSUNG INTERCEPT, SAMSUNG TRANSFORM AND SAMSUNG ACCLAIM
**For Samsung Epic only supports flashing of custom kernels
No more recovery mode or adb required to flash kernels, boot logos and recoveries! Flash custom kernels, logos and recoveries all from one convenient android application.
Application displays the current kernel and version loaded on the device. Gives two convenient options when flashing the kernel to also wipe the dalvik cache and the cache partition.
XDA-developers.com and SDX-developers.com are common places to find custom kernels, logos and recoveries.
For users of specific devices such as the HTC EVO 4G LTE, One S, One XL, Droid DNA, etc and have had to use the HTC Unlock method, this application makes flashing ROMs and kernels simpler!
Before loading a ROM, first flash the kernel portion of the ROM using this application, then reboot directly to recovery mode and flash the rest of the ROM.
No more having to use fastboot via USB and a host computer to load the kernel portion of a ROM on an HTC unlocked device.
Hope to continue adding support for additional phones!
PLEASE do not use the comments in the market to leave feedback regarding issues, concerns or questions. Please email me using the contact information in the market, or contact me me via joeykrim.com, twitter, XDA, SDX or on IRC!!
** SAVE CHANGES WITH ROOT ACCESS **
** EMAIL ME FEEDBACK/QUESTIONS! **
This application makes modifying the build.prop file very simple and quick.
**Quickly backup and restore the build.prop file
**Easily view and edit (root required) the current build.prop
**View a few common build.prop tweaks
**Easily share/export the build.prop
Android uses the /system/build.prop file to store important device information. The type of information stored here ranges from how the device identifies itself (EVO, DROID, Galaxy Nexus, etc) with the Google Play Store to screen pixel density.
There are many options available through modifying the values in this file, build.prop. Many tweaks are available by modify the system values stored in the build.prop in order to allow better or custom performance and layout.
To start out, any user is able to view their default /system/build.prop file. They're able to see how the device identifies itself to the Google Play Store and to all applications. They're able to see custom settings regarding WiFi, themes, bluetooth, dalvik vm, default ringtones, etc.
Some common tweaks are: modify how the device appears to the Google Play Store in order to obtain applications, increase the screen pixel density (similar to adjusting the resolution), add custom ROM information, or adjust window animation speed.
Some of the common keys which users modify are: ro.build.fingerprint, ro.build.description, dalvik.vm.heapsize and ro.sf.lcd_density . Making modifications to these keys results in custom configurations of the /system/build.prop and custom layout/performance of the device.
Busybox is NOT required. All modifications are handled inside the application reducing the reliance on external applications. The application is self contained. Due to Android's standard security model, changes are only allowed to be saved with root access.
The application has a backup feature allowing backup copies to be made of the /system/build.prop file. Along with the backup feature, the application also has a restore feature allowing any backed up build.prop file to be restore and become the active /system/build.prop file. The application also has a maintenance feature allowing the user to delete backup copies in order to keep their collection organized and updated.
The device information section of the application displays the common key and values used by applications, including the Google Play Store. This information allows the user to better understand the values applications use to view their device.
Please email me, tweet me or find me on IRC and provide feedback, suggestions and comments. I'm always interested in improving my applications!
Thanks for your support!
Additional technical details:
Common locations or names for the build.prop file are either system/build.prop or /system/build.prop .
The common modes of operation on the build.prop file that are supported are: modify, change, adjust, save, backup and restore.
Some common build.prop keys that users edit are: ro.build.description, ro.build.fingerprint, dalvik.vm.heapsize and ro.sf.lcd_density
(Also useful for debugging problems users in other territories are experiencing.)
Clear application cache and dalvik cache to free even more space.
After the integration of new apps, if all is working OK, delete the backup file to free the storage (on newer devices, without the external SD card, the backup will occupy the internal storage space, and there will be the effect that the cleaner has not done its job well)
Root is required!
DON'T INSTALL AND DON'T RATE IF YOU DON'T HAVE A ROOTED DEVICE!!!!
It is highly recommended to make a nandroid backup before changing system files.
In case of errors, please send me the log that will show so i can fix the bugs and errors. Thank you
Updated system applications decreases phone internal memory, because the update is stored in /data/app and the original apk is still in /system/app.
System app cleaner will automatically:
- create a backup of the original apps
- integrate the updates in the ROM
- clear the dalvik-cache and application cache (optional)
By doing this, a considerable amount of internal memory storage will be freed.
How to use it:
- start the application
- let it check for updated apps
- start and let the application finish the work
- restart the device (preferable with deleting the dalvik-cache to free some more space if possible)
NOTE: the first restart will take longer time to rebuild the dalvik-cache(this is normal)
In addition it has the ability to mount your system partition as read-write for other applications and clear the Dalvik Cache without the need to go into a recovery menu.
AFTER CLEARING THE DALVIK CACHE YOUR PHONE SHOULD REBOOT.
If it doesn't then reboot manually ...
And tell me what error you got, it should work anyway.
Currently it doesn't pick up default values from the system, and doesn't scale well for some high res devices ... This is on my todo list.
Please let me know if you want anything added !!
Be the master of your Android device with Droid Info , only a tap away.
Android Device Information's :
- General Information : Device Manufacturer, Model, Android System Version, Main board model, CPU
- Display Info: Display size in Inches & Pixel, Density , DPI , Refresh rate.
- Memory Information : RAM, SD Card , Phone Memories Used & Free Space Size.
- Network Info : Operator Name, Phone Type, Network Type.
- Hardware Info: Radio, Bluetooth, NFC, USB Host, WiFi , GPS, Camera, SIP, Television etc Supported or None.
- Sensor Info: Accelerometer, Barometer, Light Sensor, Magnetometer, Gyroscope,Proximity Sensor Supported or None.
- Battery Info: Battery level, health status, technology, temperature , voltage , plug-in status.
- Device Info: Device Id, Subscriber Id, Serial No etc.
- From Android 2.0.1 to Android 4.2.2 & +
If you have any comments, suggestions or error please do not hesitate to contact us and we will make those changes as soon as possible.
-Clear App cache
-Clear Partition cache (needs root)
-Clear Dalvik cache (needs root)
-Show the current sizes of all those three caches (needs root)
What is the App Cache?
Some data that gets saved to the internal memory by the apps you use.
What is the Partition Cache?
An area used by the Android system to cache files.
What is the Dalvik Cache?
Dalvik is the program needed to run apps on your device. This program optimizes each app you use by caching some files on your device.
Especially on devices with less or nearly full internal memory this app can help to boost your devices speed.
!!!Please make sure to have root rights on your device in order to enjoy the full power of this app!!!
- Enable hardware acceleration (required for some games to run)
- Disable boot animation
- Enable/Disable Stagefright codecs (helps some games, and videos - depends on device whether this helps or not)
- Disable forced camera shutter sound
- Change LCD Density
- Change WIFI scanning interval
- Alter Dalvik VM Heap Size
- Alter Dalvik VM Heap Start Size
- Alter Dalvik VM Heap Growth Limit
- Quick reboot, reboot recovery, reboot bootloader, quick power-off
- Re-mount /system as read-write (PRO only - requires working busybox)
- Re-mount /system as read-only (PRO only - requires working busybox)
* NOTE: this software requires a rooted phone and root permissions to work *
NOTE: this software requires a rooted phone and root permissions to work! In addition, some functions require a recent version of BusyBox to be installed.
WARNING: changing system settings can put your phone into a non-working state. Please make sure you know what you are doing as I am not responsible for any damage caused by using this app.
A note on permissions. The following permissions are required:
Required to download adverts in the ad-supported version and for analytics.
Required to get adverts in the right language for the ad-supported version and for also for analytics e.g. so that we can see which languages we need to localise for.
Required to generate the network unlock code.
For more details, see: http://droidgram.com/forum/6-Blade-Buddy
Notice: Many users have been asking for increased heap size values. I will not be adding them as Android device configurations have advanced over time, with most devices now offering more than enough heap by default. Increasing it even further won't be of much benefit, as such this app is mostly useful for older devices.
Allows to change the Dalvik VM heap size to give demanding applications more heap space (thus decreasing frequency of garbage collection) to speed-up your device and improve overall performance including battery life. YMMV though.
Please note that changing the heap size may affect the stability of your device and therefore use this app with care!
Special thanks for helping out go to Stephan and Anthony :)
TAGS: java, vm, virtual, machine, dalvik, heap, space, speed, performance, lag, cm, cyanogenmod, battery, life
for this is *** ROOT *** required !!
### if something doesnt work Please use the "SendDump" function of SystemCleanup and write me a short description ###
*best system / cache cleaner in market ;o) hold your system clean and free of bloatware. disable autostart / autorun of apps and services and ...
-Freeze/Remove Bloatware (it include a short description of common Apks)
-Move Userapps to /System/App to save Space
-Completely Odexfile aware (it shows the odex/dalvik file in detailview)
-Odex Apps directly On Phone to save Space on /data
-you'll get a notification if such an app is updated via Market
-cleanup App cache
-cleanup *dead* "/data/data//*.*" folder if apk is removed
-cleanup empty or duplicated Playlists
-cleanup dalvik-cache remove unused classes.dex files
-**automaticly checks for updated systemfiles wenn a package is updated (i.e. market) and shows a notify if a package exists in /system AND /data. (systemcleanup doesnt need to run in background! it register itself for 'package_replaced' intent ;o) **
-shows memoryusage of running apps
-search for unknown packagenanme with Google on a Single Click
-you can send me an updated/missing description for a System.apk per eMail ;o)
-in settings you can set the default installation location for packagemanager (auto,internal,sdcard)
-enable disable Activities and Services (i.E. disable the "Latitude" component of Maps if you dont need it)
-enable disable Autoruns
-Freeze items by PackageManager "disable component" or simply by rename with undescore
-added /system/vendor/app as systempath
-added /vendor/overlay/framework to cleanup paths
-backup/restore function for apk+data
-show apps installed on sdcard to manage autoruns
-added "Move app to Sdcard"
-restore only the apk or only the app data now
-negate the search with an "!" as first char
-send your backups to you google drive, dropbox, bluetooth, wifi direct or just via email.
-restore your backups i.e. directly from your google drive ;)
-added the MEDIA_BUTTON to autostarts menu (to prevent the wrong (media)app to start on headsetbutton)
-added App Descriptions for Samsung Galaxy S3
-added support for Alcatel Phones
update version 3.35:
update version 3.37:
-added support for android 4.2 "/data/app-lib"
update version 3.42:
-added "translate description" function
update version 3.44:
-added option to disable zipalign (do not enable this on lowend phones!)
update version 3.57:
-systemcleanup can now do automaticly/planned autocleanups. it listen for a
(this can be used i.e. in my tool smartQRTags)
update version 4.00:
-complete refactoring of internal root access lib (big speed improvment)
update version 4.10:
-it now fully support symlinks now
-you can move files directly from vendor to system without moving them to data first
-added /preload partintion
update version 4.12:
-haptic feedback on contextmenu only if enabled in systemsettings
update version 4.18:
-added "reinstall apk" to reinstall app if i.e. not working in /system/app
-added memory detailinfo on click memorybar
update version 4.24:
-added /flex/app as vendor location
update version 4.54:
-autostart of systemcleanup only if really needed
update version 4.71:
-support for 4.3/4.3
-you can search now for i.e. all system apps without libs "system -libs"
-it shows symlinks in the list with i.e. ">system"
-made the contextmenu less transparent
-added the option to explorer the selected Item with i.e SolidExplorer
If you're just curious of what that means, just go here: http://developer.android.com/reference/packages.html find any class defined here, copy the package name and class name, then paste it into this app. If the class is already installed on your device then it should come up with all of its variables.
An example of how this app can be used is if a Developer creates an app that uses unique features of an Android device that are not available for a particular device; then a user could request that particular app to be available on their device and use this app to assist the Developer in determining if all the needed classes would be supported.
Another example would be the app found here: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.digiwack.k8055Limited only supports Android 3.1 and later. However, a user with a heavily modified Android 2.2 device might be able to install it if they install this app and check for all the classes found in the android.hardware.usb package.
If you found this app at a site other than the Android Marketplace, Digiwack Software does not support any "features" that may have been added after it was scrapped from the Android Marketplace site. You can find the original source of this App here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Digiwack+Software
Please keep in mind that this software is under heavy development.
* The given user in configuration should have permissions to access over SSH to the server and to execute libvirt (virsh), otherwise "Can't connect server" will be shown.
>> Next Releases (0.2-0.3):
* More options on VM management
* Support for alarms.
* Less connections (using cache).
* Multiple main domains (0) (servers)
Note: Your MFLOPS rating will increase in this version due to updated libraries and methods. Shows Android is improving! Newly added the ability to fully test multi-core processors with the use of multi-threading. Compare speeds from a single and multi-thread runs. See how well your multi-core device works under android.
The Linpack for Android application is a version created from the original Java version of Linpack created by Jack Dongarra. That version is located at netlib.org
The LINPACK Benchmarks are a measure of a system’s floating point computing power. Introduced by Jack Dongarra, they measure how fast a computer solves a dense N by N system of linear equations Ax = b, which is a common task in engineering. The solution is obtained by Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting, with 2/3*N3 + 2*N2 floating point operations. The result is reported in Millions of FLoating-point Operations Per Second (MFLOP/s, sometimes simply called FLOPS).
This test is more a reflection of the state of the Android Dalvik Virtual Machine than of the floating point performance of the underlying processor. Software written for an Android device is written using Java code that the Dalvik VM interprets at run time.
Questions asked about the app:
What is the purpose of this app?
This is a simple benchmark test to show performance relative to other phones for a standard calculation. Linpack has been used for years on all types of computers, with a version used to rate the TOP500 computers in the world.
What speed is better?
A higher number is better. From the Top Devices list, you can see that each device has a certain range that they all come in at. What can affect the number is what else is running on android and the ROM version. It appears that Android 2.0 will also improve performance.
Does having faster speed improve the android phones or what?
Yes, it should. The Dalvik VM has a huge impact on the Linpack number. A better number on the same device would indicate that a new version update has improved performance. Or it could show that something has gone terribly wrong if the number goes down.