- Large display shows real-time sensor values
- Detailed readouts include the raw sensor data
- View the hardware specifications for each sensor, including the component's name, vendor, version, power usage, update rate, and sensitivity
- Use portrait or landscape mode for convenient reading
- No special permissions are required for this app
This app displays ALL sensors available on your phone or tablet, not just the default sensor for each type.
IMPORTANT: The sensors built in to each device vary by manufacturer and model. If your phone or tablet device does not support a particular type of sensor, the sensor will not be listed in this app.
You can use the Sensors app to measure:
- acceleration, including force of gravity (accelerometer)
- gravity (gravimeter)
- rate of rotation (gyroscope)
- ambient light level (photometer)
- magnetic field (compass)
- orientation (position)
- ambient room temperature (thermometer)
- ambient humidity % (hygrometer)
- air pressure (barometer)
All sensors data are displayed:
· Health Conditions
· Altitude (using as altimeter the barometer sensor)
· Light Level
· Magnetic Field
· 6 different widgets that can display the time, date, temperature, and humidity
· Select the startup screen with the tab you prefer
· Lock the orientation of the app
· Set your preferred temperature unit (°C, °F, or K)
· Set your preferred altitude unit (meters or feet)
· Change the update rate of the widgets
· Read the info of each sensor (range, delay, power usage, and more)
Optimized battery consumption:
The sensors are used only while the application is running. Once you pause or exit the application all sensor listeners are removed. You can also customize the widget update rate to optimize consumption for your needs.
Note: This application uses the ambient temperature and humidity sensors, which are currently included only in Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Galaxy S5 unfortunately does not have either a temperature or humidity sensor, however you can display the data of the rest of the sensors. In case your phone does not have the required sensors or if you are not satisfied with the app please contact us at email@example.com and we will instantly refund you. We guarantee a lifetime return policy.
TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY AND PRESSURE ONLY WORK ON GALAXY i9505 S4! O TERMINALS WITH BAROMETER
Sensors S4 is a simple but effective application.
Use the barometer sensor to show temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure.
It also measures altitude sensors, Proximity, Magnetic Fields, Accelerometer and Brightness
We hope you find it useful, and if so, what ye tell us.
- view sensor types and vendors
- view live data from the sensors
- view current consumption of your sensors
Can be used as metal detector or cable detector by following indication of the Magnetic Field Sensor.
This app is ad-supported and may place ads within your device.
• Ambient Temperature
• Relative Humidity
• Linear Acceleration
• Magnetic Field
• Rotation Vector
• Temperature (deprecated)
Sensors is useful to understand the probing capabilities of a specific Android device. Sensors provides information about sensors Type, Vendor name, the model and version, its power consummation, resolution and other technical details of a specific sensor.
How does Sensors work
Sensors has been designed following the standard Android layout which will make this application very easy and intuitive to use.
The first time you run the application this Help document is popping up, which you can recall at any time by clicking the help menu.
The main screen contains a stack of buttons relative to each sensor which are usually found in Android devices. Should a button be disabled, the relative sensor is not present in your device.
By clicking on any enabled button you will launch a window with a spec list of that sensor, scrolling down to the end of the screen there is a button for testing it.
The SensorTesting window and Real Time Testing process
The SensorTesting window has been customized to fit with each specific sensor by reporting data provided by the tested sensor. For example the Accelerometer sensor provides three different values relative to X, Y and Z axes, the Proximity sensor instead provides a single value which reports how close is the device speaker to an object (usually the user ear but it can detect any other object even transparent). In the specific case of the Proximity sensor some devices report only close/far values as 1 and 0, some others instead give a more precise feedback by providing values relative to the distance.
Note that you have to activate the sensor or otherwise you won't get any value. For example when you test the Light sensor it might happen that in some devices you won't get any feedback and no value is shown, try to move your device close to a brighter source, value changes will be reported on the screen.
Return back to previous screen
To return back to the previous screen just use the device back key.
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It can record the values in a csv and plot values in a basic graph.
Sensor readings are provided unfiltered along with the sensor name reported accuracy, vendor and power consumption.
You can use it as a basic debugging tool to view the state of your device sensors.
For developers is a tool to test the functions of sensor API.
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Update to version 1.2 changes:
Record sensor output in .csv file in the external sd, one measurement set per line.
CSV format details
timestamp(in miliseconds), first sensor value, second sensor value, etc
Update to version 1.1 changes:
Now supporting all new sensors
On long press copy sensor name to clipboard.
Have you ever wondered if your Android smartphone or tablet has a gyroscope sensor? Are you curious to know how fast your phone's accelerometer is or if your new phone has a barometer? What about the other sensors? This is the app for you.
Sensor Kinetics Pro is an advanced viewer, recorder and monitor for all of the standard sensors available in your Android device. Written by one of the pioneers in the use of accelerometers and gyroscopes within the modern smartphone, the app provides a comprehensive view of the total dynamics of the combined operations of all the sensors.
A sophisticated Chart Viewer for each sensor allows you to record the behavior of the sensor in great detail. You can save and share the chart files and apply advanced filters and settings to test your sensors to the limit.
The app demonstrates the use of the accelerometer, gyroscope and the rotation sensor to control a tilt based view navigation like the RotoView technology by INNOVENTIONS. It also demonstrates the operation of the magnetic sensor, the linear acceleration sensor and the gravity sensor within special graphical displays.
Who Should Use Sensor Kinetics Pro?
Developers, students, hobbyists... anyone who's curious about what lies "under the hood" of their mobile device!
Test your Android phone or tablet: Sensor Kinetics Pro allows you to test all of the sensors on your device. Chart viewers allow you to measure any sensor over time and gauge their accuracy and behavior. You can change various settings to work your device to its limit.
Educational: The app demonstrates the physics of gravity, acceleration, rotation, magnetism and other forces as measured by your phone. It includes self contained and comprehensive help files with easy to understand information, plus experiments that you can perform with the sensors. Get hands-on knowledge of how these sensors interact with smartphones!
App Developers: Use Sensor Kinetics Pro to closely watch the behavior of the sensors used for an app, then save this data and share it with any PC via e-mail (.csv format). The data file can be opened in any popular spreadsheet program.
You can compare the performance of advanced sensors like the gyroscope, linear acceleration sensor and the rotation sensor. Gain a better understanding of the behavior of these sensors while you change the delay setting or activate/deactivate specific sensors, and apply advanced filtering.
Sensor Kinetics Pro relates to gyroscope, accelerometer, Android sensor, phone sensor, tablet sensor, tilt measure, pressure sensor, barometer, relative humidity sensor, light sensor, linear acceleration, temperature sensor, magnetometer, proximity sensor, gravity sensor, MEMS, kinetics
In addition it gets the current location name and the elevation from the GeoNames database and and the local outdoor temperature from World Weather Online via the internet.
- switch between imperial and metric units
- optionally hide non available sensors
acceleration, heading, compass, position, location, altitude, elevation, speed, temperature, GPS, travel
You can purchase the new and improved Sensor Insider Pro for only $2.49 for a limited time.
Sensor Insider Pro's main features
- Acquire data from multiple sources simultaneously.
- Display data in different ways (plots, map, numeric)
- Take screenshots of your plots
- Save acquisition info and data to file, which can be reopened for further analysis.
- Export data to file in Matlab, CSV (Excel-compatible), or KML (for Google Earth) format, for further analysis on a computer.
- All "standard" sensors (acceleration, magnetic field, light,...)
- GPS and network location
- Sound level
- Phone and WiFi signal (data availability varies by phone)
- System resources
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Sensor Spy lets you display your sensors in custom panels and make the mobile device respond to sensor changes (called Mobile Actions). You can also record or log your sensor values to files on your SD card.
Instructions for use:
Preferences can be found by pressing the menu button. Many display options are available to customize what is on the screen.
The range on the meter can be changed in the options or by sliding your finger up or down on the screen. The left side of the screen adjusts the minimum, the right side adjusts the maximum. You can lock or unlock touch adjustments through the menu.
Auto Range Mode can be selected to affect the graph range, the graph and the UI range, or neither. It is suggested to select "Graph and Interface" to have fully automated range control.
Baseline Mode lets you set a baseline value that will be subtracted from the reading.
Custom color values can be set for the text and graph line. Sound can be enabled and customized in preferences, default is off. This will play a tone at a rate determined by the EMF reading, similar to a Geiger counter.
More detailed Instructions are available from the menu within the app.
This app was designed to be lightweight, fast, and free of gimmicks. Please email any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas. If you have any problems, please use email as this is the only way I will know how to reach you.
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Measure how fast you are accelerating in your car. Take a light reading in direct sunlight or a dark room. Measure the atmospheric pressure at your altitude and compare it to the pressure on Jupiter. See how fast you were spinning on a roller coaster. Or use the magnetic field readings to turn your phone into a metal detector.
This app gives you instant access to every sensor on your device to start taking readings right away with easy-to-read charts. You can also check out detailed specifications on the hardware behind your sensors, and even see lists of devices that have better equipment. Compare and contrast all sensors available in order to make the right choice when buying a new device, or just confirm that you've got the best available device.
Download Sensor Sense now and begin exploring all the new interesting sensors on your device.
You can use the icons on the top of the screen to navigate through the app.
The Sensor icon will take you to the readout of all the sensors that are available on your device. Tap on the name of the sensor to view it and to turn it on and off. The readings for the sensor are displayed on the chart with Minimum and Maximum readings. Move your device around to get different readings. Click the Reset button to clear all the readings, and click the Set Reference Point button to take the current reading and set it as the zero point on the chart. Click on the arrow next to the "Comparison Data" to view other samples from the selected sensor. Use the arrow next to the Sensor name to open and close each sensor. The "Current Accuracy" graph shows you the amount of resources your device is supplying to that sensor at that time. Click on the accuracy graph for
a detailed explanation of these readings.
The List icon will take you to the list of all the sensors available on your device. If a sensor is not included on your device, that sensor will be listed in the "Not Included" section, along with a list of other devices that offer that sensor. The sensor list shows manufacturer’s specifications for each sensor, as well as a list of devices that claim to have better specifications.
The Reset icon will return you to the sensor page, close all the open sensors, and clear out all the current data.
The Options icon will take you to Settings, where you can set the language used for the app as well as many other settings and units of measure. The Options icon will also take you to High Scores, where you can see a list of the highest scores from other users, and submit your own. See if you can make the top 10 list!
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1) Turn off the screen by screen off icon
2) Turn off the screen by Covering the sensor for a duration of time (Tap and Hold)
3/- Don't screen on after screen Off
4/- NO Timer Delay
Lock screen in anywhere！
Touch the suspended icon to lock screen, completely liberate the power button.
Please assign Auto-lock right to Lock screen.
We are so sorry that a lot of users are haunted by the problem of unable to uninstall. Actually, there is no problem about uninstalling Lock Screen. Because of the Android OS, you need to deactivate ‘Lock Screen’ before you uninstall it.
You can uninstall in the Setting of Lock Screen or uninstall it by following operation: click "Settings—>Security—>Device administrators" to shut off Lock screen.
Please let me know if you meet any bugs or want any improvement!
Sensor Readout is open source software. See website for details and to submit a feature request.
* Touch desired sensor on the list screen in order to start the readout. Long touch the sensor to show it's details. Use "Back" to close the details dialog again.
* On readout view, touching the graph will stop the sensor from being read out. After stopping, the graph can be scrolled and or panned by a drag or pinch gesture. To restart the readout, return to the main sensor list and select the sensor again.
Sensor Readout is free and open source software. For more information, sideloading options or to leave a tip, please visit my website.