Simply watch the power consumption of every App which is running on your Android-System.
You can activate different sources of power consumtion.
A disabled option is not included in the calculated energy consumption, which leads to numerous areas of application.
simply find your most power- and web-consuming apps and safe battery life.
You could view the energy usage of application and system.
What's more,there are three types of view way,including Chart view,Pie view and Stat view.
Supposed that you are looking for such an application,hurry up to download it.
1.Main control panel
---Start /stop profiling services.
---Select application or system mode to check out power consumption statistics.
Start/stop sending power traces to the PowerTutor team.
Enable/Disable the profiling service to run on the Startup.
---Display power usage information for all of the apps running on the phone.
---Press an app row to go to the Grash View for that app's power usage.
---Press a hardware component name in the top tabsto include/exclude it from power calculation.
Percentage value:The percentage of energy/average power consumed by the app in system.
Time Value:Time that the app has been actively monitored by Power tutor.
Change the sort key to one ofcurrent power,average power,or total energy usage.
Change the time span to include the last minute,hour,day,or all time.
---Displays app/system power consumption decomposed by hardware component.
---Use the tabs at the top to move between chart view and Pie view.
What's more,there are still chart view and pie view.
More for you to explore.
There is something you need to know about uninstalling of this application.
If you have activated this application while using,you have to deactivate first in the settings.
Steps of deactivation:
Go to Settings--> Location & Security --> Select device administrator--> Deactivate this app.
On the other hand,if you don't activate this application,no more deactivation.
Just uninstall it directly.
Extended your battery life and manage the power usage of your phone. Adds NEW settings to the phone (e.g. screen timeout during a call, etc.) and allows you to quickly change other phone settings depending on conditions (e.g. low batt).
*** PLEASE, DO NOT PAY ATTENTION TO COMMENTS ABOUT NOT WORKING AND UNABLE TO UNINSTALL. THESE PEOPLE DID NOT READ THIS DESCRIPTION ***
Tired of searching lock button on your mobile phone? Forget about it! As soon as you turn your mobile phone upside down it will lock itself automatically (e.g. putting your device in the pocket of your jeans).
Requires device administrator rights. Don't forget to disable administrator rights before uninstall (Settings -> Location & security -> Select device administrators -> uncheck AutoLock). Also, please, exclude this app in task killer software (like Advanced Task Killer, etc.)
Provided as is. All suggestions are welcomed. According to PowerTutor the application consumes 3-7 mW in average.
Lenovo QuickControl connects to your computer over Bluetooth and can control a paired computer with no additional setup.
To control your computer over a local wireless network, make sure your smartphone and computer are connected to the same network and then pair them by opening Lenovo QuickControl on your smartphone and scanning the QR Code in the Lenovo QuickControl companion app on your computer. Or, if both your computer and smartphone support NFC, tap your smartphone to the NFC logo on your computer. Pairing is done in a few seconds automatically.
Touchpad - Emulates the touchpad of your computer. Move the pointer, click, and scroll using your smartphone.
Keyboard - Enter text on your smartphone and send it to your computer.
Media controller - Play, pause, skip tracks or chapters, and control volume.
Presentation controller - Move forward and backward through presentation slides.
Projection settings - Changes the display mode of your computer and a connected projector.
App switcher - Lets you select an open application or window to show in the foreground.
*See www.lenovo.com for supported ThinkPad models.
QR Code is registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED.
This App using a mini floating windows to display real-time what current power usage and temperature, when you use any Apps.
When you play CandyCrash App, Power Monitor could display real time power usage and temperature, very useful. (Please refer our example photo)
★Display real-time power usage and temperature
★Customized color of display by user
★Customized location of display by user
★Using mini floating window for display power usage statistics
Pro version support hides monitor for specific apps, and it is Ads-free:
From the entered data, the application calculates the average normalized rate of consumption per hour, day, week, or month (bewteen two readings) and draws a graph showing the consumption rate over time. The total amount of actually used energy during each day, week, month, or quarter is displayed as a bar graph or table. If the average cost per unit is provided, the graphs can also show the amount of money instead of energy.
Meter exchange or reset is detected automatically and consumption data is recorded seamlessly across the reset.
Pinch zoom can be used on the trend and bar graph pages. In landscape orientation, comments are displayed in the list view.
Indirect metering is supoorted. In this case, the meter value is multiplied with a certain factor to convert it to the final energy value. Two separate unit texts can be entered, one for the meter and one for the actual energy value.
Meters can be marked to count backwards, which can happen with prepaid meters, showing the amount of remaining prepaid energy instead of used energy.
Virtual meters can be used to display the sum of individual meters and do simple unit conversion, for example from m3 to kWh. Please note that you should read your physical meters which are part of a virtual meter all around the same time for best results.
Meter data can be imported from and exported to CSV files from the context menu of each meter (long-press on the meter entry). Meters can also be edited and deleted via this context menu.
In addition to meter readings, sensor data like temperature or wind speed can be recorded. At the moment, this data is shown separately, but may be shown in combination with meter data in future releases.
ECAS is currently available in the following languages:
English, German, Japanese: Maintained by developer.
Czech: Provided by Jachym
Danish: Provided by Kim
Dutch: Provided by Gerard
French: Provided by Bernard
Hungarian: Provided by Peter from Hungary
Italian: Provided by SDS
Polish: Provided by Sławomir Soch
Slovak: Provided by Silvio
Spanish: Provided by Javier
Swedish: Provided by Lars from Sweden
Want to run ECAS in your own language? Visit the ECAS website and check out the translation page!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The trend graph does NOT show total amount of energy used. The bar graph is used for this information. The trend graph shows usage values normalized to a certain time period (hour/day/week/month or year). If your meter records a usage of 10kWh within one hour (10kW power), the trend will show a usage rate of 240kWh per day for that measurement point (10kWh/h = 10kW power rating, normalized to one day -> 10kW * 24h = 240kWh). This is by design.
In case of questions or bug reports, please check the website (FAQ section) or send me an email.
Its prime purpose is to be a battery saver and to save as much battery as possible, but it can be used to overclock at the same time (if the kernel of your device supports it).
Depending on triggers (based on the battery) different profiles are loaded. Each trigger has different profiles depending of the the state of your phone (if it is locked, on battery, on power or a phone call is being done).
A profile can modify the following:
* The CPU governor, its thresholds and min/max frequencies off your CPU (i.e. setCPU speed).
* The state of services like:
- mobiledata connection
- 3G/2G switch
- background sync
- airplane mode
Configurations (i.e. a set of trigger and profiles) can be loaded based on the time of the day and the day of the week. This allows you to set a different behaviour during the night or the weekend.
In praise of CyanogenMod... ;)
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Please report errors in a mail to the address listed below not in a market comment.
You best generate a capabilities report first, by going to settings then to backend and choose capabilities report, when it is done hit send (and save the mail as draft). Then describe your issue (and if possible attach a logcat output along with the zip file from the report).
A note on permissions: Yes there are a lot and potentially dangerous permissions needed, but cpu tuner does not request the network communication permission which means that cpu tuner cannot send any information back. Further more cpu tuner is opensource so you can browse the code and check....