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[APP][Android 2.1+]CPU Usage, Frequency & Memory Monitor (Quad Core Support) V3.1.4

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2nd May 2012, 07:01 PM |#51  
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Thanks for improving an already good app :)

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2nd May 2012, 08:06 PM |#52  
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Thanks for updating to match tablet cpu! Love it

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3rd May 2012, 08:28 PM |#53  
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Well, I finally found a thing or two bugging me...


Is it only my ROM or is there now a generally rather useless entry in the notification area? I need the space more often for notifications, please make it optional so I can remove the extra entry/entries (I don't need the usage, the icon is OK for me).

If I need to activate the app, I can still go to the app drawer...

Secondly, the resolution of the icons where twice as good (for what its worth) with the old app (10 bars vs. 5 bars new).

And the nitpicker in me found, that green follows yellow follows orange follows red, instead of the colors right now: green->orange->yellow->red... But that's nitpicking of a color affine guy

All not that bad but the first issue, everything else is most likely a matter of taste

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6th June 2012, 07:50 PM |#54  
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Have you seen this??

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Looks like it is possible to detect when the companion core is running:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLVhBfJ6fPw

The video is in Italian, but you can clearly see the app in the upper left showing cpu use with four green bars or a single red bar when the companion core is in use.

Does anyone know the name of this app and how to get it?

24th July 2012, 03:48 PM |#55  
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Feature Request - Quad Core Icon?
Just a thought on a different implementation of the quad core icons...

Would it be possible to save a bit of space on the status bar by having (4) cores incorporated into a single icon of the same with as the current dual core icon? I like to have the CPU usage and the frequency both showing, but it seems like it would be a nice space saver to have all of them show up with a single quad-core specific graphic (with narrower bars for each core).

Thanks for the great app!
13th August 2012, 12:54 PM |#56  
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Guys I have just one question about this app.
I need to find out an app or widget that will show me when a second core is online. As I can see this app supports multicore phones. However will this app show me when the second core is online and when not along with usage?
15th November 2012, 11:52 PM |#57  
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Hey Guys,

Wanted to let you know I release version 3.1.3 and should be available on the Google Play Store.

Here is a list of the changes

* Update for Qualcomm Snapdragon(TM) S4 Pro
* UI Updates
* Fixed Force Close on Android Jelly Bean
* Fixed reported force closes

Thanks and let me know if you have any questions.
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15th November 2012, 11:57 PM |#58  
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Have you seen this??

Yep; from what I have been told. This functionality is still not available at the Android Developer App Level. Any other examples are appreciated. Thanks for the info!

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Just a thought on a different implementation of the quad core icons...

Would it be possible to save a bit of space on the status bar by having (4) cores incorporated into a single icon of the same with as the current dual core icon? I like to have the CPU usage and the frequency both showing, but it seems like it would be a nice space saver to have all of them show up with a single quad-core specific graphic (with narrower bars for each core).

Thanks for the great app!

Thanks for the feedback. This is a feature many Customers have asked for and I am working on. I hope to have it available in a future release. Thank you for the support!


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Originally Posted by vitoski

Guys I have just one question about this app.
I need to find out an app or widget that will show me when a second core is online. As I can see this app supports multicore phones. However will this app show me when the second core is online and when not along with usage?

If you tap the CPU Icon on the main User Interface you will be taken to a screen where each core detail is listed. Hope this helps.
16th November 2012, 03:24 AM |#59  
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is it "CPU usage monitor" by pocket app builders?

i bought the tablet one, but seems it didnt update anymore? any way i can transfer the license to "CPU usage monitor" instead of tablet version? as i changed my phone from tab 7.7 to galaxy note2 now, the interface is quite weird now, or can u fix the "tablet cpu usage monitor"? i dont want pay it again for "same" app.......
16th November 2012, 05:23 AM |#60  
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Great app, just what I was looking for.

Seems the app is not running in the background, as when I open the app the monitor is reset.
and an idea, possible to see the average cpu frequency each core has used?

Again thx for the app.
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