[APP][6+]Check for Doze Support [1.1.1-rc2][05/10/2016]

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ISDP

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Apr 11, 2012
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Somewhere near Amsterdam
Hey peeps of XDA!

I've made a simple app to check if your device meets the requirements for Doze!

I also added a new check that was missing, and has probably caused false positives (Saying the phone supports Doze, while it actually doesn't), please download the update and check again

I'll be updating it soon to add more info, and possibly add some more checks to see if Doze is actually working.

Live news can be followed through Telegram, this is the channel link

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  • 1.0.0
    • First release
  • 1.0.1-rc1
    • Added more detailed information about which requirements are met
  • 1.1.1-rc2
    • Added check that tests if the config flag for Doze support is set in the system
    • Changed method of checking for GCM to reduce filesize

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ISDP

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Apr 11, 2012
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Somewhere near Amsterdam
Bro if your device has MM, you have doze... why make an app for this?! :rolleyes:

That's not exactly true!

Look here for the Doze requirements, it states that it needs two things:
  • Significant Motion Detector (SMD) APIs
  • Google Cloud Messaging
Not everyone has the sensors, and not everyone uses the Google Play Services Framework, so i made an app that makes it easy for users to check if their device meets the requirements for Doze! :)

This idea originally spawned from a discussion about Doze on the reddit Telegram group r/Android ;)
 

akhil7000

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Jun 5, 2015
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Bro if your device has MM, you have doze... why make an app for this?! :rolleyes:
That's not true buddy.
There are some devices for which marshmallow custom roms are available but they may not have the doze sensor hardware.
Even i have S3 and i have a flashed a android m custom ROM but my device doesn't support doze feature as there is no sensors.
Anyways kuddos to the developer for this app?

Sent from my GT-I9300 using XDA-Developers mobile app
 
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Rijul.A

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Hi, if I may ask, why did you use the support library in creating this? Since it only supports > 6.0 and you aren't using anything from the support library that a normal activity can't do, you can use have your MainActivity extend Activity and remove the support library from gradle, trim down the APK quite a lot.
 

ISDP

Senior Member
Apr 11, 2012
69
197
Somewhere near Amsterdam
Hi, if I may ask, why did you use the support library in creating this? Since it only supports > 6.0 and you aren't using anything from the support library that a normal activity can't do, you can use have your MainActivity extend Activity and remove the support library from gradle, trim down the APK quite a lot.
It was automatically generated by Android Studio (And I didn't notice, oops), thank you for your suggestion! :)

It helps with improving the application!
 

jean15paul

Senior Member
Aug 29, 2011
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New Orleans, LA
Hey peeps of XDA!

I've made a simple app to check if your device meets the requirements for Doze!

I'll be updating it soon to add more info, and possibly add some more checks to see if Doze is actually working.

Screenshot
N28v7LL.png


Changelog
  • 1.0.0
    • First release
  • 1.0.1-rc1
    • Added more detailed information about which requirements are met

Source
Source Repository
Thanks. Question: are you going to put this in the Play Store or only share it on XDA?
 

pika2000

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Jun 1, 2011
12
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Thanks bro!
Was wondering why my redmi 2 never enter doze. Tried different roms as well. Your app gave the answer in a second. No sensor support :(
 

#MADHAN

Member
Apr 18, 2014
13
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That's not exactly true!

Look here for the Doze requirements, it states that it needs two things:
  • Significant Motion Detector (SMD) APIs
  • Google Cloud Messaging
Not everyone has the sensors, and not everyone uses the Google Play Services Framework, so i made an app that makes it easy for users to check if their device meets the requirements for Doze! :)

This idea originally spawned from a discussion about Doze on the reddit Telegram group r/Android ;)
I and another guy were talking about doze support on Xiaomi Mi3 on the r/Android telegram group. Thank you for this app, Mi3 does support doze.
 
That's not exactly true!

Look here for the Doze requirements, it states that it needs two things:
  • Significant Motion Detector (SMD) APIs
  • Google Cloud Messaging
Not everyone has the sensors, and not everyone uses the Google Play Services Framework, so i made an app that makes it easy for users to check if their device meets the requirements for Doze! :)

This idea originally spawned from a discussion about Doze on the reddit Telegram group r/Android ;)

ISDP, thanks very much! This was great information.
At least I know now that my SGS3 GT-I9305 doesn't support Doze due to lack of sensors.
I didn't realise this up to now; however, I've just recognised the Doze-functionality built into my ROM.
 
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    Hey peeps of XDA!

    I've made a simple app to check if your device meets the requirements for Doze!

    I also added a new check that was missing, and has probably caused false positives (Saying the phone supports Doze, while it actually doesn't), please download the update and check again

    I'll be updating it soon to add more info, and possibly add some more checks to see if Doze is actually working.

    Live news can be followed through Telegram, this is the channel link

    Screenshot
    DRC5ddV.png


    Changelog
    • 1.0.0
      • First release
    • 1.0.1-rc1
      • Added more detailed information about which requirements are met
    • 1.1.1-rc2
      • Added check that tests if the config flag for Doze support is set in the system
      • Changed method of checking for GCM to reduce filesize

    Source
    Source Repository
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    Bro if your device has MM, you have doze... why make an app for this?! :rolleyes:

    That's not exactly true!

    Look here for the Doze requirements, it states that it needs two things:
    • Significant Motion Detector (SMD) APIs
    • Google Cloud Messaging
    Not everyone has the sensors, and not everyone uses the Google Play Services Framework, so i made an app that makes it easy for users to check if their device meets the requirements for Doze! :)

    This idea originally spawned from a discussion about Doze on the reddit Telegram group r/Android ;)
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    Congrats, your app has been posted to the front page of XDA!
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    Bro if your device has MM, you have doze... why make an app for this?! :rolleyes:
    That's not true buddy.
    There are some devices for which marshmallow custom roms are available but they may not have the doze sensor hardware.
    Even i have S3 and i have a flashed a android m custom ROM but my device doesn't support doze feature as there is no sensors.
    Anyways kuddos to the developer for this app?

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using XDA-Developers mobile app