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1st August 2017, 08:08 PM |#11  
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Awesome...

Can you add switch to show free RAM from /proc/meminfo?
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13th August 2017, 06:36 PM |#12  
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Awesome...
Can you add switch to show free RAM from /proc/meminfo?

Added it and swap/zram size too.
Maybe total ram will be correct for phones with fake ram size.
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24th September 2017, 06:36 AM |#13  
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Added it and swap/zram size too.
Maybe total ram will be correct for phones with fake ram size.

OP, thank you very much for the update 4.5.0.
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6th November 2017, 09:16 AM |#14  
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New version 4.6.3

Version 4.5.0

- New material tab bar.
- Screen Test (lcd color, multi-touch, touch drawing)
- Cpu Monitor (press on clock speed)
- Dark theme support (2 week or PRO)
- Updated components detection.
- Optimizations.

- RAM from kernel (meminfo) + swap
- Some fixes for HiSilicon cpu detection.

Version 4.6.3

- Added partition info for some platforms.
- Added new lcd color tests.
- Added tab with USB devices

- Updated components detection.
- Asus qcom: try detect cameras.
- HiSilicon: added gpu freq.
- HiSilicon: try detect cameras (with root).

- CPU operating time (click to core count item)

- System: device features: list of the features enabled in firmware.
- System: extra sys info (click to system build fingerprint item)
(modem mtk, vm mem size, some vendor info)

- Try fix opengl bug for some devices.

- Try deep detect mt6757 P20 series => P20 / P20 series / P25 / P25 series

P.S.
Who want help translate app to own language, I provide strings resources https://github.com/andr7e/DeviceInfoHW_translations/
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11th November 2017, 02:26 PM |#15  
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Partitions + Project (Nvidia Tegra 4)
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New version 4.6.3

Version 4.6.3
- Added partition info for some platforms.

I have just downloaded version 4.6.4.
Thank you very much for the partition info on Nvidia Tegra 4 (Toshiba Excite Pro AT10LE-A-). Can you improve it with names (like on MTK) and a switch to enable the traditional view too, please?
The information below will help you doing that. There is a link to two partition screenshots of this tablet in our XDA thread.
[Q] How Root Toshiba Excite Pro AT10LE-A-108
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...4&postcount=39

So, here is partitions info of this tablet (attached file in black)
And their names (attached file in black)
According to Nexus 7 development thread, these are common names on Tegra tablets:
APP -> system
CAC -> cache
LNX -> boot
MDA -> encrypted userdata
MSC -> misc
PER -> per device calibration
SOS -> recovery
UDA -> userdata
USP -> bootloader

We are trying to unlock the bootloader of Toshiba Excite Pro AT10LE-A (Nvidia Tegra 4 device). There is a protection by the sealime.ko security module blocking some partitions. To defeat sealime.ko we need all the information available on partitions.

Another request is the Project information that is missing on Nvidia Tegra 4 devices. It has valuable information on LCM, modem, etc. Can you include it, please?

Thanks and best regards!
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12th November 2017, 06:56 AM |#16  
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I have just downloaded version 4.6.4.
Thank you very much for the partition info on Nvidia Tegra 4 (Toshiba Excite Pro AT10LE-A-). Can you improve it with names (like on MTK) and a switch to enable the traditional view too, please?

Partition names are also supported. How it works:
1) Get partition block path from /proc/mounts by key system or cache
If finded it printed in log
2) Get mapping list like on your screenshots (some devices need root)

I see on toshiba tegra3 source, tegra4 didn't find.
LCM can't detect, in driver only set settings and init work.
https://github.com/pio-masaki/kernel...ab12AL-panel.c
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12th November 2017, 07:03 AM |#17  
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great.
add a option to show some sensor info on notification/notification icon may be useful
14th November 2017, 05:04 PM |#18  
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Tegra 4 Technical Reference Manual
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Partition names are also supported. How it works:
1) Get partition block path from /proc/mounts by key system or cache
If finded it printed in log
2) Get mapping list like on your screenshots (some devices need root)

I see on toshiba tegra3 source, tegra4 didn't find.
LCM can't detect, in driver only set settings and init work.
https://github.com/pio-masaki/kernel...ab12AL-panel.c

I hope this helps!
Regards

Tegra 4 Technical Reference Manual
https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/tegra-4-reference

The Tegra 4 Technical Reference Manual ("TRM") is a technical document of over 2,600 pages targeted at those working on open source or other low level software projects that use or target the Tegra 4 processor. The TRM focuses on the logical organization and control of Tegra 4 Series devices. It provides information for those modules that interface to external devices, or those that control fundamental chip operations. The modules detailed in this document provide an overview, any necessary programming guidelines, and a register listing for that module. Internal functional units such as video and graphics hardware acceleration are controlled by NVIDIA provided software and not documented.

NVIDIA provides access to the Tegra 4 Technical Reference Manual to registered developers only. To become a registered developer, please sign up for our Embedded Registered Developer Program.

If you are already a Registered Developer, you can download the TRM from our Download Center.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Address and Interrupt Map
Interrupt Controller
Arbitration Semaphores
Atomics
Clock and Reset Controller
CL-DVFS
Timers
Multi-Purpose I/O Pins and Pin Multiplexing (Pinmuxing)
Power Management Controller
Real-Time Clock
Boot Process
Host Subsystem
GR2D
GR3D
Encoder Pre-Processor (EPP)
Keyboard Controller
CPU
Flow Controller
Memory Controller
AHB
APB
USB Complex
Audio Hub (AHUB)
Display Controller
MIPI-DSI (Display Serial Interface)
Serial Transport Stream DTV Controller
High-Definition Multimedia Interface HDMI CEC MIPI-CSI (Camera Serial Interface) MIPI D-PHY Calibration for CSI and DSI Video Input (VI) SD/MMC Controller MIPI-HSI (High Speed Synchronous Serial Interface) I2C Controller UART and VFIR Controller Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Controller
One Wire Battery Controller
PWM Controller
Thermal Sensor and Thermal Throttling Controller
20th November 2017, 05:52 AM |#19  
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tegra4 didn't find.

Tegra 4 device - Tegra Note 7
https://github.com/Shaky156/Tegra-No...-aruba-panel.c

https://github.com/Tegra4

Tegra 4 Device tree, kernel and vendor binaries for Gigaset QV1030 aka. Quanta FG6Q
https://fg6q-dev.github.io/

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Gigase....114384.0.html

https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA...C.87052.0.html

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20th November 2017, 07:54 AM |#20  
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Tegra 4

I wrote about your toshiba device, tegra 4 source is available. LCD model name is not set, only lcd params.
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20th November 2017, 08:02 AM |#21  
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I wrote about your toshiba device, tegra 4 source is available. LCD model name is not set, only lcd params.

Thanks! Do not worry more on this subject.
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