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Any app to monitor cpu speed over time as a graph or log?

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31st May 2014, 11:51 PM   |  #1  
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I run daily titanium backup backups for fear of losing data. But I've noticed it's taking 2 hours to run a full backup of all the apps. This just seems excessively long since it used to only take one hour.

Is there an app that will monitor the cpu speed over time in a graph or some log, I'm thinking maybe it's running at slow speeds.
1st June 2014, 01:28 AM   |  #2  
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You can just make a nandroid through recovery. Much faster, and easier.

Edit: and to answer you, yes. System app monitor by colgner. Enable background monitoring, it gives you a nice graph over time.
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yeah but i can't automatically schedule it to run nandroids. there used to be an app, Orange Backup but it seems with kitkat's release it got rid of that ability.

thanks will look into system app monitor!
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Daily backups is a bit crazy. Twice a week is enough for me.

If you want scheduled nandroid backups-- use Online Nandroid Backup. It does it while the phone is on so you don't ever have to face downtime. I think the scheduling is a pro feature though.
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