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Hi, all! I thought I recently read about an app--I think built into Kit Kat, perhaps, which can identify poorly behaving apps on the device. I don't remember what it was. Does this ring a bell?
 
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What do you mean by Poorly Behaving?
In regards to battery/CPU usage, you can use Better Battery Stats.
Thanks...I thought there was a utility to identify how much resources are being used...memory, networking, battery, etc. Something actually exposed in the platform itself...? I know I'm being cryptic. The name might be SC or something like that?
 
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Thanks...I thought there was a utility to identify how much resources are being used...memory, networking, battery, etc. Something actually exposed in the platform itself...? I know I'm being cryptic. The name might be SC or something like that?
Settings > Data Usage / Battery / Applications.
Each of these offer different information.
There are plenty of apps that group these, such as System Panel by nextapp.
 
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Settings > Data Usage / Battery / Applications.
Each of these offer different information.
There are plenty of apps that group these, such as System Panel by nextapp.
Thanks. I thought I had read about something new, which may expose this information to MDM systems. I have read wrong. I appreciate your help!
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