Various device information like Android Platform, Battery, Build, Build.VERSION, Environment Variables, Screen, Settings.Global, Settings.Secure, Settings.System, SQLite, System Features, System Properties, System Shared Libraries, and Telephony Manager.
List of various settings shortcuts. Click on shortcut to open the particular settings screen.
List of installed packages. Click on package to open package detail screen where you can clear Cache, Data and Defaults of the selected application. On package detail screen, you can also Force Stop and Uninstall the application. The application also provides facility to filter out the System Packages.
a. Pixel DIP Converter - convert pixels to dip and vice versa
a. Pixel SP Converter - convert pixels to sp and vice versa
5. Google Play
a. Current Device Distribution - device distribution of the current month
b. Device Distribution - historical device distribution. From Jan 2012 to December 2014
c. Aggregate Device Distribution
d. Device Distribution Charts by Android Version, Codename and API Level
e. Aggregate Device Distribution Chart by API Level
> Easily access the App Settings & Running Services for Apps you develop and/or test (from the AppWidget!).
> No more fumbling over which version of android you are currently developing on.
> AppWidget controls for fast, easy access.
> Specify multiple packages, easily choose which of your packages you want fast access to.
> Choose to have AppDevManager's launcher open straight to the App Settings for the currently chosen package.
> Works on all flavours of Android 2.1 and higher.
**NOTE: unofficial OS builds and non-native Launchers are NOT supported..they might be if you provide me lots of testing feedback**
**NOTE: old versions of Android have a bug in Launcher whereby newly installed AppWidgets are not displayed in the Widgets list, Force Stopping the Launcher or restarting phone will force the Launcher to update the Widgets list.**
With this application you can scale all your images in a moment.
Select a single file or zip pack with all your files and wait a while. All your images will be saved on sdcard in Dev-drawable dir.
Dev-drawable scales images from xhdpi to ldpi, always select images in the highest resolution.
Professional version more useful functions for advanced security application.
1. Quick Login via QR Code Scan, available on specific DVR/NVR Models
2. Enabled full frame rate decoding on specific DVR models
3. Support DVR, NVR, IP CAM and VSS
4. Bookmark for devices management
5. Live / playback / event / audio / snapshot
6. PTZ go preset
7. 1 / 4 split mode and full screen viewing
8. Up to 4 sites viewing
9. Support dual stream
Additional Features for Professional version
1. PTZ Dome Control
2. DVR/NVR/VSS Event Notification
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- Which processes are currently running and using CPU cycles
- The touch location of your device, helping you debug your hardware
- Your device configuration e.g. Display metrics (screen density), locale(en_US), device orientation (1: portrait, 2: landscape etc) and more.
- Your device location in raw values provided by the Android framework and when they were last updated
- You can measure your application/device robustness by toggling your wifi connectivity periodically
- See which activities, services, receivers and providers are registered by all your application and view their detailed information
- Change animation speeds to speed up/add effects to your device
- Media scanner that allows you to immediately scan your sd card and update them in applications like Gallery
- Create bad behavior by crashing main thread, report wtf conditions, cause ANR's etc
- Manage accounts
This application has been tested on various devices. Due to security, some features do not work on every device. If you have such a platform, it is unfortunate, please ignore that capability. A set of these tools will be available for other api level (froyo, better ics support) in the future.
This application uses a lot of permissions and does so legitimately. None of them are used for malicious purposes and we can assure you that is the case.
Some Keywords: Android, Dev Tools, Development Tools, Developers Tools, Pointer Location, Processes, Package Browser, Settings, Stability, Performance, Configuration, Location, Accounts, Spare Parts
The Development/Porting of this application is ad-supported. Please report any issues and we will get back to you/fix the bug.
Using this app you can see which resource qualifiers that are being used, which system features that are available, and see details about the display and its sizes.
Also I wanted to create an app where everything I needed was just one click away. The full list of features:
- See resource qualifiers in use
- See available system features
- See screen dimensions in dp, pt, in, sp, px, mm
- Start other third party developer apps (which I'm unable to name or else my app will be removed)
- Go directly to the Android 4.3's permission manager (App Ops)
- Go directly to the device's developer settings
- Go directly to the list of installed applications
Works for Android 1.5 and up. Doesn't need any permissions to run. Please give me a word if there's something you'd like to see included in this app. :)
A particularly useful feature for developers is that it displays the configuration qualifier names that may be used to supply alternate resources such as layouts, drawables or strings.
For both users and developers, it shows you:
- The default display size in pixels (px) and density independent pixels (dip / dp)
- Reported density in dots per inch (DPI)
- For known devices - approximate physical dimensions of the screen in inches and cm.
For developers, it shows you some device details from the Android.os.Build class (MODEL, PRODUCT, BOARD, and DEVICE), and all the current configuration qualifier names in the order that they are used:
- Mobile country code (derived)
- Language (derived)
- Language / region (derived)
- Layout direction (API v17 / 4.2 and above only)
- Screen size
- UI mode
- Night mode
- Screen density
- Touchscreen type
- Keyboard availability
- Primary text input method
- Navigation key availability
- Primary non-touch navigation method
- Platform version
- The sizes are given for the *default display* - which is the area of screen that is usable by apps. On devices where there are soft buttons on the screen (i.e. back, home, and task manager), this will not correspond to the whole display.
- The xdpi, ydpi, and category densities are *as reported by the device*. These can often differ considerably from the true screen density for your device.
- Due to the density issue described above, the screen size (which is calculated from the resolution and density) is only given where the true screen density is known. If your device is missing, please provide the device name and the details shown in the "Device" section: Model, Product, Board, and Device), and I will add it to the database of known devices.
- Where the configuration qualifier name is described as derived (in the app these are shown in brackets), the device is queried for these values. For the others - the values are selected from actual resource folders using those suffixes (e.g. values-ldpi, values-xlarge, etc.).
How hard is it to find all the details of your device? With DevToolbox now you can.
This is valuable information for mobile developers.
DevToolbox shows hardware and software features of the device where it’s running, divided into various tabs and in various card, so it show every useful detail.
Network status and sensors, screen detail, processors and memory. A full report of your device!
DevToolbox is in Material Design.
Android Gingerbread and above (version 2.3 or higher).
******* Main Features ********
1. Remote monitoring on the go: watch live streaming via 3G/4G or WiFi from anywhere at anytime;
2. Motion detection: get emails or push notifications instantly when motion is triggered;
3. Scheduled recording: you can specify two time intervals each day to automatically start/stop video recording;
4. Two-way Talk: communicate with people and pets using the built-in mic and speaker;
5. Secure and private: all connections between your phone and the streaming servers are encrypted;
6. Pan/Tilt/Zoom: remotely control your IP camera left and right or up and down to capture an entire room;
7. Run at startup and hide on startup: option to run the AtHome Video Streamer in background mode;
8. Multiple platforms:support Windows PC、Mac、iPhone、iPad、iPod, Android phone and Android tablet.
******* Three Steps to setup ********
Step 1: Download the AtHome Video Streamer App from Apple App Store or Google Play and install it onto your device. A unique Connection ID (also refferred to as CID) will be assigned to the device after the AtHome Video Streamer is launched at the first time;
Step 2: Download and install the AtHome Camera app onto another device which you want to use as a viewer, open the app, sign up and login;
Step 3: Select "Add by CID" or "By QR Code" to add a camera, you are all set to enjoy the live streaming!
******** Supporting *********
Twitter: https://twitter.com/athomecamera @athomecamera
* Speaking SMS messages with the senders name (It'll say something like "Jasmin texted you saying, I'd love to meet up on the green at two pm"), however stripping out them smiley faces and links so you don't get confusing things spoken
* Announcing a caller. Wanting to ignore everyone except a special someone? Well, it'll announce who's calling and then keep telling you
* Skip silent. Want Speaker to shut up while your on silent? Speaker can do this, or whatever you prefer
* Headphones-only mode. This means that if you plug your headphones in, Speaker will notify you otherwise shuts up
* Audio ducking. This will turn down your volume by a couple of notches so you can actually hear what the speaker is telling you. (If you're running Froyo, this feature is done by your system).
* Speak Desktop Notifications. If an app supports "desktop notifications" via this app: https://market.android.com/details?id=org.damazio.notifier then they will automatically be read out by Speaker if you wish!
So yeah, please enjoy, rate, review and look at my other apps.
If you get any issues, please email me!
If you are a developer you can add support for your app using the details here:
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It is designed to function like the trakt.tv website with Android optimizations (it's not a web app, don't worry!)
Trakt allows you to check in to your favourite TV shows and movies from a lovely website with lots of imagery, free from adverts and it's just really nice.
Now, this application is a very small application which really speeds up that typing of simplistic phrases that you could be repeating ALL OF THE TIME, which on a phone can get very boring and tiring. So, I though I'd make this for you, so you no longer have to type out your email address, postcode/zipcode or your "I AM BUSY! LEAVE ME ALONE" messages any more.
This could be implemented through another keyboard replacement, but that means that I would have to make some kind of super keyboard which I can't do :(
And, if you don't want to have to type a million Xs to your Girlfriend or Boyfriend or whoever, have no fear, there's a special option for that too!
How to use:
When installed and launched from your home screen it doesn't do much except allow you to add and remove items from your presets, however when you are in any Android app you can do one of the following,
* Hold down the search button on your device
* Swipe up from a home button (if you've got software keys)
* Tapping the notification (available from the settings)
Then pick your phrase and it types it out for you at lightning speed! :D
How it works:
It gets a root console and uses the "input" command on your phone. It chains these commands to make it type out your text.
Any problems, just email or twitter me @kennydude :)
All you do is tell it how much money you have left each month after your bills, divide by 31 and work from there. All you do is tell it when you spend some money or you get something extra.
Simple, no fuss and it just works.
Some other little features you may love are:
* DashClock Extension (You know, that widget that everyone is using these days)
* Launcher/Lockscreen Widget displaying the current balance
* Holo Dark and Light options
Root is required in order to set the system's default error reporter (the Teapot!) then whenever an application crashes, pressing "Report" will open Teapot and an email will be prepared to send to yourself or whoever.
To make it magical in your application you will need to add a tag on your manifest like this:
Or a manual option is available.
This is insanely helpful if you wish to debug your applications on the go. This is a donation version (the courtesy being you don't have to download and compile it yourself to stay up-to-date)
It started off as a quick hack because I wanted a simple app that showed me a clock face. Not a widget, as I don't want one just for my 4 year old sister too see.
It now features a swishy Holo-like interface providing a clock which will be drawn with blue, or by your theme if you have ThemeManager (CyanogenMod + other ROM users).
Oh, and before I forget it also has a World Clock, which is tiny and basic, but it does everything you should expect of it without making the app too big (currently around 199kb, but I'm hoping to make that smaller in the future for ICS users).
Current features are (NOTE: Application is beta):
* Read Charlie's Tumblr, Twitter, Dailybooth and YouTube
* 2 Widgets:
** "Bitch I will cut you"
** A wolf Icon
* Read Charlie's wisdom
If you have any ideas/issues then please email me using the button "Email the developer"