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DiamondJohn

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@DiamondJohn Is there any truth to the matter that sqlite code works on all devices except Oneplus devices, e.g., OOS 11?

I have never owned or even held nor seen a Oneplus device. So, you tell me.
To be clear, I waas answering the question if Oneplus can support SQLite in a shell, because, if you are running android, you are 100% running SQLite from Java. Just about everything is stored in many individual SQLite databases (and hence the dynamic dB methods of TeMeFI are sooooo powerful). Your Call log, SMS Log, your media dB and much much more are stored in their own SQLite database, by android. The Playstore runs off of a local SQLite database. My local install of my navigation app Waze, uses an SQLite database to store a history of where I have previously driven and what I wish to keep as a favourite. AdAway stores and builds my hosts using an SQLite database.
 
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To be clear, I waas answering the question if Oneplus can support SQLite in a shell, because, if you are running android, you are 100% running SQLite from Java. Just about everything is stored in many individual SQLite databases (and hence the dynamic dB methods of TeMeFI are sooooo powerful). Your Call log, SMS Log, your media dB and much much more are stored in their own SQLite database, by android. The Playstore runs off of a local SQLite database. My local install of my navigation app Waze, uses an SQLite database to store a history of where I have previously driven and what I wish to keep as a favourite. AdAway stores and builds my hosts using an SQLite database.
I have a OnePlus device. What is a sample TeMeFI command I can run to determine whether SQLite works in a shell on my device. I think it does, but I will double check and report my results here, as soon as I know a quick way to test this.
 

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I have a OnePlus device. What is a sample TeMeFI command I can run to determine whether SQLite works in a shell on my device. I think it does, but I will double check and report my results here, as soon as I know a quick way to test this.
Basically anything worth looking at.

If you have the "Database" menu item, then it has passed the first acid test that it has found a candidate sqlite3 binary file; which I also provide a fallback one. Within that menu tree, the very first item (after "Menu Up" and "Hide Menu") is "SQLite 3 Test & help". Run that to get the location and version of SQLite used in your shell, or more specifically by TeMeFI.

To really push it, simply running any of the charts within the battery history & extras (extras get really fancy). If you have anything detached, then you already have used SQLite, as it interrogates (and I say interrogate as oppose to question ;)) the PlayStore dB to see what you have attached.

Trust me, if it wasn't working, you would know, and you would be letting me know pretty quickly as well.

I have a OnePlus device...snip...
And you have just answered the previous posters question (y)
@DiamondJohn Is there any truth to the matter that sqlite code works on all devices except Oneplus devices, e.g., OOS 11?
 

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Basically anything worth looking at.

If you have the "Database" menu item, then it has passed the first acid test that it has found a candidate sqlite3 binary file; which I also provide a fallback one. Within that menu tree, the very first item (after "Menu Up" and "Hide Menu") is "SQLite 3 Test & help". Run that to get the location and version of SQLite used in your shell, or more specifically by TeMeFI.

To really push it, simply running any of the charts within the battery history & extras (extras get really fancy). If you have anything detached, then you already have used SQLite, as it interrogates (and I say interrogate as oppose to question ;)) the PlayStore dB to see what you have attached.

Trust me, if it wasn't working, you would know, and you would be letting me know pretty quickly as well.


And you have just answered the previous posters question (y)
Thank you!

I tried all of the above, and non-surprisingly, it all works on my OnePlus device.
 

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In getting the huge list of grapohs out without too much delay, I made some assumptions, which would probably be better identified as guesses;)

One of the group (ie nmore than one just for this graph) of assumptions is in the Data Connection report/graph
DATA_CONN.PNG

My phone does not have 5G, so I could not get any test values for when it flips to 5G, and so I simply assumed as a placeholder, that the logged text would be 5G. Can someone with 5G check what the actual value is, that is logged?

Other assumptions I made for people to confirm or deny.
  • A HSPAP connection is better than an HSPA?
  • OOS is better than HSPA?
  • In Australia, they have dropped the 2G network, but I saw on some nrelated reading, that there are some phones that may still include 2G connectivity. What are these value logged
  • And as above, what is the 5G flag/text, and are there multiple text flags as there are for 3G connections? LTE / 4G appears to only show as one on my phone(s)
  • Did I miss any? These were simply the ones I got on two of my devices.
 
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re you sure those Dad jokes aren't too risque? I mean, you don't want to offend anyone...or, uh, maybe (hopefully) you do.
you jest, but you may not know or remember of the instance where someone wanted me to changed the OP because the app name *could* be read in a questionable manner

I actually found the source code for the text report I get the data from, and found a few more items to report on.

and regarding my own question about the difference between HSPA and HSPAP, i came across that the final P is really a "+", so its just HSPA+ which we would all know from 3G (with theoretical 4G speeds).

In the source, there are a lot of old 2G and even a CDMA possibility, but I didnt see anything I would associate with 5G;

oos
gprs
edge
umts
cdma
evdo_0
evdo_A
1xrtt
hsdpa
hsupa
hspa
iden
evdo_b
lte
ehrpd
hspap
gsm
td_scdma
iwlan
lte_ca
nr
emngcy
other

But then again, OOS is a mystery to me, and my phone goes into that state; whatever the heck it is.

Ahhh...Ha.! found it, 5G is "nr" which stands for New Radio
 

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you jest, but you may not know or remember of the instance where someone wanted me to changed the OP because the app name *could* be read in a questionable manner

I actually found the source code for the text report I get the data from, and found a few more items to report on.

and regarding my own question about the difference between HSPA and HSPAP, i came across that the final P is really a "+", so its just HSPA+ which we would all know from 3G (with theoretical 4G speeds).

In the source, there are a lot of old 2G and even a CDMA possibility, but I didnt see anything I would associate with 5G;

oos
gprs
edge
umts
cdma
evdo_0
evdo_A
1xrtt
hsdpa
hsupa
hspa
iden
evdo_b
lte
ehrpd
hspap
gsm
td_scdma
iwlan
lte_ca
nr
emngcy
other

But then again, OOS is a mystery to me, and my phone goes into that state; whatever the heck it is.

Ahhh...Ha.! found it, 5G is "nr" which stands for New Radio

Assuming this list of connection names is not just a coded reference to questionable things of a nefarious nature :D ..thanks! Seriously, I followed a notification here not knowing the topic of the latest post but those network details may help me figure out what has been going on in an area where I get intermittent signal and there have been regional upgrades in technology. Thanks again.
 
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Assuming this list of connection names is not just a coded reference to questionable things of a nefarious nature :D ..thanks! Seriously, I followed a notification here not knowing the topic of the latest post but those network details may help me figure out what has been going on in an area where I get intermittent signal and there have been regional upgrades in technology. Thanks again.
The graph will show how your connection changes over time. But the next release in the wings is MUCH better, clearing a number of bugs; as well as now supporting "nr" ie 5G (the image below is from a build before I introduced "nr" so it still shows 5G). There is also signal strength and a few others that may help. All found under "Graph of Mapped Values [MAP]".

PS: if you or anyone works out what OOS is, I would feel a lot better, considering it is my phones 2nd most common connection. approx 60% LTE and 40% OOS? I think a question in the "ask anything" thread may be required to get to the bottom of this.

DATA_CONN2.PNG
 

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The graph will show how your connection changes over time. But the next release in the wings is MUCH better, clearing a number of bugs; as well as now supporting "nr" ie 5G (the image below is from a build before I introduced "nr" so it still shows 5G). There is also signal strength and a few others that may help. All found under "Graph of Mapped Values [MAP]".

PS: if you or anyone works out what OOS is, I would feel a lot better, considering it is my phones 2nd most common connection. approx 60% LTE and 40% OOS? I think a question in the "ask anything" thread may be required to get to the bottom of this.

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In advance of playing around I did some research in re OOS. Maybe this?

out-of-service (oos) recovery for long term evolution (lte)-only networks

https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2018164824A1/en
 

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In advance of playing around I did some research in re OOS. Maybe this?

out-of-service (oos) recovery for long term evolution (lte)-only networks

https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2018164824A1/en
after I stopped bleeding from my eyes on reading the title of "OUT-OF-SERVICE", it actually dawned on me, that I was often on WIFI, so, with LTE being a data connection, it would be logical that the modem switches all data over to the faster WiFI broadband. But the plot (alternative word for stupidity) thickens

The following is a little embarrassing...BUUUUTTT.... then the real forehead slapper sunk in. I actually clicked on the OOS items, and on reading the extra details I put on the bars, I realised that ALL the OOS bars aligned perfectly with when I put the phone into airplane mode overnight. :mad: :mad::sleep: I had some issues with the phone bootlooping recently, so have been scared to shut it down at night and then reboot it in the morning, so just went to AP mode. I never did this before so it slipped my mind (well, thats my excuse;))

So,
  1. it makes total sense that OOS is out-of-service.
  2. I need to adjust the colours and height of OOS to indicate its for no reception ie red and low
The weird thing is, my WiFI signal still comes out ok during the AP mode.

OT: How did you find this link? what were your search terms? which search engine? Maybe I just saw the word "patent" and skipped right over it.:unsure:
 

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after I stopped bleeding from my eyes on reading the title of "OUT-OF-SERVICE", it actually dawned on me, that I was often on WIFI, so, with LTE being a data connection, it would be logical that the modem switches all data over to the faster WiFI broadband. But the plot (alternative word for stupidity) thickens

The following is a little embarrassing...BUUUUTTT.... then the real forehead slapper sunk in. I actually clicked on the OOS items, and on reading the extra details I put on the bars, I realised that ALL the OOS bars aligned perfectly with when I put the phone into airplane mode overnight. :mad: :mad::sleep: I had some issues with the phone bootlooping recently, so have been scared to shut it down at night and then reboot it in the morning, so just went to AP mode. I never did this before so it slipped my mind (well, thats my excuse;))

So,
  1. it makes total sense that OOS is out-of-service.
  2. I need to adjust the colours and height of OOS to indicate its for no reception ie red and low
The weird thing is, my WiFI signal still comes out ok during the AP mode.

OT: How did you find this link? what were your search terms? which search engine? Maybe I just saw the word "patent" and skipped right over it.:unsure:
Using Google, at first searching for the following:
mobile phone connection type oos

That found some results which later turned out to be correct but mixed in with other results that did not help to confirm at that moment, so to give Google's subjective algorithms a poke I did the search again like this;
OOS mobile phone connection type oos

That search found the patent and some other supporting sources of information. To your point about easily discarding the patent from the search results, yes indeed that's easy to do considering the dry and unhelpful information on most of the page but due to past experience when a patent was the winning point of a dispute with a service provider the word gets my attention. As to the repetition and capitalization of one word from the search term, that can alter Google's results. There have even been times where in frustration I've made every other word in the search term a word Google repeatedly considered optional even in mandatory criteria search as it seems to have done with OOS.
 

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New Version v1.1.09

There has been changes / extensions to the battery history reports
  • Moved all to its own sub menu
  • It now graphs 73 different data points. 101 if you count the "All's"
  • added the reports for the details of "Output Types", "Filter Types by Output Types" and "Mapped Values by Filter Types" See the attached images for a preview.
  • Added displaying the "AUTO-PLUS-DATA" which optionally returns the Raw data, but molded/cleaned a LOT more than the RAW data
  • changed some colours/heights for mappings. eg OOS for data connection is now RED and LOW


Download: SEE OP!

New Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>New Menu Items"
  • Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Extras>Mapped Values by Filter Type
  • Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Extras>Filter Types by Output Types
  • Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Extras>Output Types
  • Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Extras
  • Currently Running>Battery>Battery Stat Summaries>GPS
  • Currently Running>Memory>Virtual>Set Swappiness

Updated Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Updated Menu Items"
Most should be in the ones mentioned above.

Enjoy and stay safe.
 

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    New Version v1.1.10

    The following items are of special interest
    • Compile / update SQLite binary to 3.36.0
    • Option to force use the internal SQLite over the ROM default. TeMeFI Configuration>Default Startup Config>Use Internal TeMeFI supplied SQLite
    • Memory Summary Currently Running>Memory>Memory Summary
    • Improvemets to swap file enable (removed swappiness as its for ALL swaps & broadened priority values)
    • Broadened set swappiness, including enabling a swappiness of 100
    • Hide keyboard better after search. I think newer android re-shows the keyboard once i hid it. ie it worked in earlier Android
    • Banana gets "stronger" the longer he is allowed to dance while waiting for results...

    Download: SEE OP!

    New Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>New Menu Items"

    Updated Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Updated Menu Items"
    All should be the ones mentioned above.

    New "Memory Summary" report
    This report pulls together and visually displays a summary of multiple Memory / Swap textural reports.

    Some examples:
    1. Only Zram
    live only zram.PNG
    Probably the most common case out there

    2. My live with ZRam and a single swap
    my live with 2 swaps.PNG
    I found that the Zram file on my Pixell 4a, was always 100% full. So I have added a swap file. This was the driver for this report.

    3. A test case with 3 swap files and ZRam.
    many multiple swaps.PNG

    And as usual, clicking on a block in the graph pops up extra info

    Enjoy and stay safe.
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    Thank, last noob quest? When i replace sqlite3 in my rom with one from TeMeFi, i already set permission 755, but group permission can't, while original is "shell (2000), replaced file is "root (0). Any wrong if let it still there? Thank and sorry :(
    I would not feel comfortable with a single word answer on this question. This thread and myself are not an android source of whatever info/training you wish for, and I dont wish to head down that road. The last issue you had was not an issue with TeMeFI, but clearly a ROM issue, which I helped you fix. I could of just told you your issue, and set you on your own research path. There are many other threads on XDA where a question like this is on-topic, but its not here. This is the TeMeFI thread.

    If anyone else wishes to answer your question, then they should feel free, but still, I would quote it and answer it in another thread, where many more people could be helped.

    Although, your issue did make me think of a feature where instead of falling back to the inbuilt SQLite, I could add a feature where TeMeFI users could explicitly select the internal SQLite binary as the one to use when using TeMeFI. It would of avoided you touching your ROM to enable the features of TeMeFI; and ONLY TeMeFI, so you would still have a dud sqlite binary (only used by shell commands).
    5
    ...snip...
    Although, your issue did make me think of a feature where instead of falling back to the inbuilt SQLite, I could add a feature where TeMeFI users could explicitly select the internal SQLite binary as the one to use when using TeMeFI. It would of avoided you touching your ROM to enable the features of TeMeFI; and ONLY TeMeFI, so you would still have a dud sqlite binary (only used by shell commands).
    Thumbs up on that possible feature.
    FYI: I have this config option available for the next release. Some warnings though.

    The scripts that use SQLite that are generated with this option on, would be dependent on TeMeFI being installed.

    I normally update the version of scripts when I update them, and this part is actually an include which crosses ALL SQLite scripts, which are a LOT. Once a script is flagged as updated,, any saved Favourites become invalidated and wont run. Because of this flow-on effect of updating the version of the include, I have NOT updated the version number. It bugs me, but I too have a lot of favourites that depend on this include.
    4
    ...snip...
    I have to resort to using Solid Explorer or other third party file managers for me to be able to select Package Manager as the execution app.
    ...snip...
    oooo... almost forgot, for file managers, look into MiX by @HootanParsa

    3
    I just found an interesting use for my own app. I wanted to see if I could script turning Always On Display on and off. The steps I used were

    • I had it off
    • ran the Current State>Settings>Generate Set All and saved off the report
    • Turned AOD on in the settings
    • Went back to TeMeFI and re-ran Current State>Settings>Generate Set All and saved the report off again
    • Went into TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Logs>Difference Between Two TeMeFI Logs> Then selected the two saved off logs

    I found the line (doze_always_on=1), created a script to turn it on (=1) and another for Off (=0), saved these two into /sdcard/TeMeFI/scripts

    Now I can go into Dynamic Lists>Run User Scripts and turn it on or off within TeMeFI.

    the end game wasn't really to turn it on or off in TeMeFI, it was really a concept test for another small app.

    The reason I shared, as the above could be used for MANY things, and I think the compare logs feature is probably not well know, like a lot of the other 500 things...
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    TeMeFI

    icon_source3.png

    This app provides/returns a bucket load of information regarding your device and the currently running ROM, and much, much more. And hence the name "TeMeFI"; as its Too Much F????? Information. The F stands for whatever your comfortable with.;)

    TeMeFI v1.1.10
    MD5: ffcfc3386b5a2d18f715bd29cc3b44ea

    Simply download the APK and install as normal, and allow root when asked, and grant storage permissions. I *think* the very first time you run it, there possibly may be an issue with the menu. Simply stop and restart the app.

    You can use it without root, but you will be HEAVILY limited in what you can do. Also, installing busybox opens another menu for you, and so does Magisk (17.*+). SQLite3 is also a HUGE feature adder (ie if you have it, it enables many many methods). Can be installed via Magisk if your ROM does not have it by default.

    If you are unrooted, have a read of the following post, regarding a recently added feature for non-root users

    The "search" function is very useful for finding what you need, but it does not search inside dynamic menu's. Its the magnifying glass in the slide out toolbar/menu

    The current menu can be viewed within the app at TeMeFI Configuration>Show Whole Menu or a historic example at: CURRENT MENU [as at 2021-04-07]

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [APP][TOOL] TeMeFI comprehensive system documentation & action, App for all devices (see above for details)

    Contributors
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    Version Information
    Status:
    Stable
    Current Stable Version: 1.1.10
    Stable Release Date / Last Updated: 4 Jul 2021
    Current Beta Version: 1.0.3
    Beta Release Date: 2018-06-21

    Created 2018-06-19

    I will fill in this page as I get around to it.
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    Fly-out Toolbar items and their Actions

    The fly out toolbar has had its buttons and their corresponding actions change over time. However of recent, they have been pretty stable, and as they have changed over time, and I probably said what / how their function changed, its probably all over the thread. So, I thought it might be best to have a single location / doco of what the current buttons actually do.

    Firstly, to display the toolbar, simply click on the menu. If it isn't already showing.
    MenuButton.png

    EVERY button, has both a "short-press" and "long-press" action.

    The icons kind-of relate to their short press action.

    NB The following are from v1.0..19 The main difference are a long press on the [<] arrow goes back to the previous results, and a long press of the [HOME} icon reloads the current menu (useful if you filtered the menu items), and a long press on the pencil icon saves off the action as a favourite. Also, the long press on the exit icon [X] acts to filter a menu list that was generated by code. eg any list of installed apps
    For Short-press actions:
    Shortpress menu actions.png

    For Long press actions
    Longpress menu actions.png

    If you get an error, a toast will be shown which is HEAVILY CUT DOWN, so please no screen shots! :mad: Also, in a recent release a Bomb Icon will appear on the screen after an error. Short press to display then FULL error, or long press the bomb to clear the error. It will not clear by itself.

    And again, NOT a screen shot of the results. Save off the results using the save button (ie the pencil icon explained above), then get the log text file from /sdcard/TeMeFI, and attach it to a post.

    please stop with the screenshots of a cut down error message :cry::cry::cry:
    16
    New Build!

    New Version v1.0.77

    Download: SEE OP!

    Notable changes are:
    v2 of detach apps from playstore NB: If you are already using it, simply reapply the method. Method 3 is recommended for YouTube, but all 3 have been upgraded
    Added touchable hot-spots to the mem info graph
    Added Timezone view and setting
    corrected the loading of the previous results when displaying the covid pages

    Updated Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Updated Menu Items"
    Application Info / Manage>Detach Package from Playstore>Select Package then Protection Level v2
    Application Info / Manage>Detach Package from Playstore>List all configured detached apps
    Currently Running>Memory>Meminfo Usage Graph by Category
    Currently Running>Memory>Meminfo Usage Graph by Process
    Currently Running>Memory>Meminfo Usage Graph by OOM
    Various Ungrouped Extras>COVID-19 Status Update
    Various Ungrouped Extras>COVID-19 Status Update>COVID-19 Status Update Desktop

    New Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Added Menu Items"
    Current State>Timezone>Set Current Timestamp (ROOT)
    Current State>Timezone>Set Current Timezone
    Current State>Timezone>Get Current Timezone
    Current State>Timezone
    Current State>Timezone>Get Current Timezone (ROOT)

    It is recommended that you delete ALL your existing favorites and re-create them, as they will run the old code/version.

    Enjoy and stay safe.
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    New Build!

    New Version v1.0.66

    This release is a major update.:eek:

    Download: SEE OP!

    • Added a new type of battery history graph. Type 4. This new one plots the battery drain % per hour (user selectable max range) with the colour of the block as the battery level %.
    • corrected spelling of "Manage Permission" to "Manage Permissions"
    • Removed duplicate battery reset, changed it to a short cut
    • Moved a bunch of battery stuff into a new menu of "Currently Running>Battery" INCLUDING the battery history graph
    • moved running processes into a sub menu
    • moved a bunch of dumpsys commands from various location to mostly be under the single menu item "Current State>Dumpsys"
    • Added LMK details
    • Added Setting of LMK min memory values
    • Added Setting of LMK min memory break OOM levels and their mod
    • On the new battery history graph, the horizontal ruler count depends on the % (4-4 lines, 25=5 lines, 50=5 lines 100=4 lines and 200 = 10 lines)
    • added a colour map/legend to battery history graphs that use it
    • Added a few other menu items/actions
    • Improved handling of device rotation/orientation and switching to another app and back again

    As you can see below, there have been a lot of changes to the internal code that run reports, and perform the actions.

    However, the BIG new feature is the "Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Graph", I have now added a new way to look at your battery history.
    "4. Discharge Rate as vertical height and Battery Level as the Gradient Colour (Green=100%, Red=0%)"​

    THIS NEW GRAPH IS THE BIG ADDITION! It is truly my latest obsession. It displays your battery discharge rate / hour as the vertical height (so the lower the better), and the colour of the graph shows your battery level (it should basically fade from green to red, left to right) And logically, the higher the graph, the faster the change in colours. NB: My phone has a removable battery, so you can see jumps where I changed battery, instead of charging the one in the device. Another interesting fact that comes out in the graph, is the jump in discharge (ie the height) during a boot and shutdown, which makes totally logical sense.:good:

    This graph is an early build, so should be considered a WIP:p. 90% of the time, it appears OK:victory:, but I have seen some questionable results (minor) if the device is rebooted and switched between charging often. I thought it was good enough for a first release :highfive:

    It takes some time in getting a firm grasp of exactly what you are looking at, but once you do, its like you can see the "Matrix" :cool:

    NB: This graph is in addition to the previously provided graphs.

    You can view the new graph at 4%/hour (with each horizontal line at 0.5% intervals), 25%/hour (with each horizontal line at 5% intervals), 50%/hour (with each horizontal line at 10% intervals), 100% (with each horizontal line at 25% intervals) and 200% (with each horizontal line at 10% intervals). (and a few others I added at the last minute:rolleyes:)

    An important concept to understand, is the 100% / hour would mean your battery would be dead in an hour, IIIFFFF the graph showed that it was running at full tilt for the full hour.

    There is also a colour chart/grid below the graph to help translate the colours to actual battery levels. But again, if you transfer the file to a pc, the mouse hover should give you the details (I didn't test it, but I did not change it either)

    When its charging, it may appear to flip up and down. This is due to the source data being in whole numbers (ie integers, eg 1 instead of 1.5), so it it charges at 3% per 2 minutes, it will report 1 minute at 1% and then the next minute at 2%, and then back again, and hence the flip/jumping up and down.

    Its good to use the 4% to check your idle drain (mine goes below .5%! which would mean theoretically 200hrs if it stayed like that; but I normally get about 25hrs due to actually using the phone). I switch to one of the higher (ie 25-200%) graphs to see just how high the peaks go for a very short time.

    The other BIG thing is the Low Memory Killer (ie LMK) items.


    Also, its been there a while, but wake-locks are under the new battery menu as well.

    Totally New Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Added Menu Items"
    Code:
    These first two are simply shortcuts to the original items found in a different location within the menu. Just saves navigating back and forth when investigating/correcting the MediaDB
    	Database>MediaDB SQL>Extend Shortcut: Media Scan File(s) [Java] - Date Range
    	Database>MediaDB SQL>Extend Shortcut: Media Scan File(s) [Java] - Start Character
    
    General info regarding the internal action items. I mainly use this for info and as an integrity check of the menu system before I do a release, in case of a typo.
    For example, The first one is a listing of where I have used shortcuts, which in a way are a duplicate, but only as an entry point. There is only a single version of the code.
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu / Action Shortcuts
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Action Type Breakdown
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Count of Child Menu Items
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Duplicate Sort Order
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Parent Menu Item
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Expand Prefix
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu with No Children
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Action Command
    	TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information
    
    These allow you to view AND modify your LMK. NB: The third item in the list actually has ALL the config detils (mem va;lsand OOM val's) while the first has a bit of textural background explaining LMK values somewhat.
    	Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Current OOM to LMK Min Memory
    	Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Current LMK Min Memory Free Values
    	Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Set OOM to LMK Min Memory Free Break Points
    	Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Set LMK Min Memory Free Values
    	Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)
    
    	Currently Running>Battery>Battery Files /sys/class/power_supply/battery
    	
    	Currently Running>Broadcasted Activity Intents
    	Currently Running>Battery>Battery Properties & Health
    	Currently Running>Battery>Battery Reset
    	Device Details>Kernel>CPU Scheduler Features
    	Dynamic Lists>Files>Data System
    
    	Currently Running>Running Processes
    	Currently Running>Battery

    You will see some "New Items" in this list, as I had major upgrade/fixes after my initial cut of code.
    Modified Menu Items within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Updated Menu Items"
    Code:
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Count of Child Menu Items
    TeMeFI Configuration>Get default Blob Config      
    Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Current OOM to LMK Min Memory
    Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Set OOM to LMK Min Memory Fre
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Two Field Table Filter
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Delete Table Data
    Database>Admin Actions>Individual PRAGMA statements against a Table
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Complex Filtered Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Delete Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered & Grouped Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Table Data   
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Grouped Table Data    
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Two Field Table Filter
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>All Table data        
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Action Type Breakdown
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Duplicate Sort Order
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Action Command
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu with No Children
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Expand Prefix
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Parent Menu Item
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Count of Child Menu Items
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu / Action Shortcuts
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>All Table data        
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Grouped Table Data    
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Table Data   
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered & Grouped Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Complex Filtered Table Data
    Device Details>Display Size                       
    Currently Running>Memory Info>Low Memory Killer (LMK)>Current OOM to LMK Min Memory
    Database>Admin Actions>Run ALL PRAGMA statements for a Database
    Database>Admin Actions>Individual PRAGMA statements against a Table
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Complex Filtered Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Delete Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered & Grouped Table Data
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Filtered Table Data   
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Grouped Table Data    
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>Two Field Table Filter
    Database>Dynamic DB Queries>All Table data        
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Action Type Breakdown
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Duplicate Sort Order
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Action Command
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu with No Children
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Expand Prefix
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Missing Parent Menu Item
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Count of Child Menu Items
    TeMeFI Configuration>TeMeFI Internal Database Information>Menu / Action Shortcuts
    Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Graph   
    Device Details>Kernel>SYS Kernel File join        
    Currently Running>Battery>Battery Simulate>Battery Reset

    Enjoy!
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    New Build!

    New Version v1.0.82

    Download: SEE OP!

    Notable changes:
    NB: the changes made to the detach methods, are only spelling and extra info. There are no structural/technical changes to the detach methods.
    The battery history changes are covering two aspects.
    1. The formatting is now more in-line with the doze graph (black on white table text for headers/labels)
    2. The Auto-Height has been corrected. I think it currently runs off of a % of items by count, not by time at that discharge rate. Previously it rounded the max up so much, it basically included nearly everything every time.

    Updated Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Updated Menu Items"
    Currently Running>Battery>Battery History Graph
    Application Info / Manage>Detach Package from Playstore>ENABLE ATT: One App for re-attachment
    Application Info / Manage>Detach Package from Playstore>List all configured detached apps

    New Items. within the menu at "TeMeFI Configuration>Latest Added Menu Items"
    Currently Running>Doze>Doze Parameter Description

    Enjoy and stay safe.