Screen Timeout Toggle is a useful app for keeping screen backlight on even if you didn't interact with the device for a longer period. When the app is started the system is prevented from switching off the screen after the display timeout. Additionaly a notification appears in the status bar to indicate the current status of the app and to give a possibility to simply reactivate the display timeout. An additional app starter is implemented to disable this notification if you don't want it.
For easy access there is a widget, that shows the actual status and toggles it by simply one click.
Also a good solution for the Samsung Galaxy S3 which doesn't give a possibility for keeping the screen on if the device is inactive for a longer period.
If you find problems please email me. I will then improve the app, that will help you and me a lot more than negative comments!
Note: The new app doesn't change the value of Screen-Timeout in your system settings anymore!
•Times are automatically calculated based on the age of the child. Calculation is based on one minute per every year of age. This calculation adjusts throughout the year to gradually increase the time with no dramatic one minute increase on their birthday.
•Each child is given their own time out bench. Touch their bench to start, or restart, their time out.
•Only one timer can be activated at a time.
•There is a maximum of five children.
With the big widget you can set the timeout to a custom value easy and quick.
You can easily switch the timeout for the screen between 'no timeout' and the previous set value by the small Widget.
If you want to, a notification is shown whether the timeout is disabled or not.
Created as a utility to help my friends who can only set timeout to a maximum of 2 minutes with the built in settings manager.
With this, you will be able to set a screen timeout value for each application installed on your device.
For example, you could set a small default timeout value (15 seconds), and have your browser, games, GPS app or whatever keep screen alive for a longer or unlimited time.
When using the default settings, your display will get a warmer tint (lower color temperature) when the sun is down, vastly reducing strain on the eyes. Blue light makes your brain want to stay awake, and a lower color temperatures reduces the amount of blue displayed; using this in the evening reduces your brain's effort to keep you awake at night. (See f.lux for your PC)
During sleeping hours by default a red filter is used. Red strains your eyes the least, and retains your night vision.
The light sensor can be used to automagically adjust the color: switch to the sleep filter in full dark, or to the day filter (usually none) under bright lights.
Because light sensor quality varies wildly between devices, a calibration option is provided to experiment with.
Several filters are provided. Those named after a color (red, green, blue, amber, salmon) do not limit the display to those colors, but convert the displayed image to grayscale first, then display that image in levels of the selected color. This preserves details that would otherwise be lost.
Grayscale, invert colors, temperature adjustment and custom R/G/B adjustment filters are also provided.
The master color filter setting also has an option for colorblindness enhancement, with settings for protanopia/anomaly, deuteranopia/anomaly and tritanopia/anomaly. These options redistribute colors across the spectrum, in theory enhancing clarity and color detail.
No claims are made to the effectiveness of these filters, but positive reports have been received from testers. Note that these filters were thought up by Google engineers, CF.lumen just includes them.
Upgrading to CF.lumen Pro will support my developments, remove all nags, unlock the option to start at device boot (make sure you test your configuration first), and unlock notification options.
In Pro mode, the notification adds convenient buttons to quickly disable the current filter or switch to sleep mode, and you can switch the notification to when enabled mode, which shows the notification only when a color filter is active.
In non-Pro mode, the notification only asks you to upgrade to Pro. It may seem that notification is just there to annoy you, but it actually prevents Android from randomly killing the background service taking care of all the work. Getting rid of it without getting the service killed can be done by going to Settings -> Apps -> CF.lumen and unticking Show notifications.
As in the past CF.lumen was part of Chainfire3D, if you have the Pro package of the latter installed, Pro mode will also be enabled.
When no color filter is active, there should not be any noticeable performance impact. When a filter is active, impact depends on device and what you are doing. On some devices we have tested there was no performance impact at all, on others it was slightly noticeable.
Keep in mind that Android's rendering system changes over time. You should be aware that this app may simply stop working on future Android versions without the possibility of a fix.
By far most permissions are used only for Google Maps to set your location, and Google Play to provide for In-App Purchases. The rest of the app does need your location to determine sunrise and sunset, and vibrate for haptic feedback of some (Google provided!) UI components. I cannot make any claims as to what information the Google components do or do not send to Google servers, but no information is sent to me or anyone else (than Google).
Even more information, discussion, and support, can be found in this app's thread on XDA-Developers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=51779367
This free app is ad supported. This is one way to support our development efforts and keep this and other apps free. If you prefer an ad free version look for the QuietTime Pro version.
PERMISSIONS: Internet access for ads
Email for questions, requests or bugs.
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Unlike other similar apps, Lumen doesn't weight on your system because it doesn't have any backgrond services. Despite its wonderful interface, it occupies little space and can easily be transferred to your SD card.
Lumen is the best flashlight app you can find, it's completely free and easy to use. Its elegant interface, practical and pleasant to look at, allows you to enjoy its exclusive features, which include:
-Torch: it turns the back led of your smartphone on with a single touch;
-Strobe: use your led as a strobe light, and decide the timing of light and dark according to what you need;
-Screen Light: decide what colour to use to light up your screen;
-Morse: write down your sentence and Lumen will translate it into Morse Code;
-Night vision camera: turn your smartphone into some cool night vision goggles!
Try it and you won't be disappointed!
Our users' satisfaction is very important to us. If you happen to encounter any problems or you'd want to give us some suggestion, please do contact us, we'll be more than happy to hear what you have to say
-Hardware controls: required to turn the led on;
-Internet access: required to correctly show advertising.
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Log out! signs out all* the accounts including your Google account!
So: USE THIS APP ONLY IF YOU KNOW YOUR GOOGLE PASSWORD (and any other important account names and passwords)* . Log Out! can't retrieve the passwords once you press the Log Out button.
Android is saving accounts and passwords automatically, without asking the user. Android apps remain logged in even after restarting the device.
When other people use your device they are automatically logged in to your applications with your username., including apps like Google Play, email, Facebook, Twitter, dropbox, meetup and skype.
Use this app to log out all the accounts, so that people without the passwords won't log in to applications in your name.
* Skype logout requires root
* Does not log out whatsapp and viber (mail me if you think it should)
* Although LogOut! worked on our tests to log out of accounts from the above apps, LogOut! can't and does not guaranty to log out all of your accounts, including the ones listed above. It depends on the apps,accounts and permissions you have and may change with the apps versions. You are advised to check periodically on which of your accounts Log Out! works.
* LogOut! will not be responsible in any way for any damage caused from logging out an account or from failing to log out an account.
* LogOut! does not (and will never) try to read passwords or any personal information of an kind.
* Ads Supported - We try to make the ads as non-obstructive as possible. We hope you will find few ads that interests you enough to click it, earn us some pocket money to keep improving this product.
Using the phone's ambient light sensor, it can measure the brightness of a light bulb and then present the result in a lumen interval. This lumen interval is also mapped to a corresponding value in watts of four common bulb types: incadescent, halogen, fluorescent and LED.
Both the lumen interval and the watt mapping table can then be saved to be used later, for example in the store to help you select the right replacement bulb.
The app supports two different kind of light bulbs, either the normal (omnidirectional) light bulb type, or the reflector light bulb type.
Be aware that the accuracy of the light sensor vary between different devices, and if it is too low, the app will not be able to calculate a result.
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Debug/test apps on device over the air, wireless, no cable. Must-have developer tool.
WiFi ADB makes it easy to debug/test your Android apps directly on device via WiFi TCP/IP connection. No need to use USB cable.
After enabling ADB over WiFi, to connect your computer to the device open the console and run
adb connect ip_address_of_the_device
This app works on ROOTED phones only. If you don't know what it means or your phone is not rooted please don't install. Rooted phone users also need to grant this app su permission when being asked.
★ Quickly enable/disable ADB connection over WiFi TCP/IP
★ Auto-enable ADB over WiFi on configured known SSIDs
★ Once enabled an entry is added to ongoing notification bar to remind user that ADB over WiFi is active and make it easy to disable it manually
★ The app icon can be put on status bar at all time for quick access (better than home screen widget, IMO)
★ Temporarily increase screen-off timeout. Nine times out of 10 this is what users want during development of an Android app and testing it on device. The original screen timeout value is restored when ADB over WiFi is disabled again.
★ Temporarily lock WiFi, prevent it from going into sleep mode (how effectively it works depends on device and Android version)
★ If your development computer is Unix/Linux or Mac open a console and run
while true ; do adb connect phone_ip_address ; sleep 15 ; done
This one-liner auto-reconnects to ADB daemon on the phone every time the link is broken for whatever reason.
★ If you control the WiFi router, configure it to give the phone the same IP address every time. Then assign a local DNS hostname to that IP address so that you don't have to type an IP address which changes everytime in the console.
eLux permite visualizar la descripción y datos técnicos de una fuente de luz artificial así como los diferentes planos de su curva de distribución luminosa a partir de un archivo fotométrico con extensión .ies, facilitando la selección de equipos para un proyecto de iluminación.
Para visualizar un archivo fotométrico, éste debe estar almacenado en el dispositivo. Una vez que eLux se ejecuta, se debe tocar la pantalla para abrir el administrador de archivos, se deberá buscar y seleccionar el archivo de interés y de inmediato serán desplegados en la pantalla sus datos y gráficos.
Additionally, the app provides a scale to get a feeling for the color temperature of lamps (measured in Kelvin).
Please note that the lumen-per-watt-values are only approximate average values and may vary from lamp type to lamp type!
Links to selected external websites lead to pages providing more information about Lumen, Kelvin, Light bulb sockets and screws (e.g. Edison Screw (E27, E14, E10, etc.) and the EU energy label.