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This would ideally show the right details.
Refer this video(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcTAXsFHu5I) which shows that the 3T has Snapdragon 821, and a 3400 mAh battery.
No, it's not a bug. It's both the fault of the app developers and OnePlus.
It's OnePlus' fault since they are giving the same model number to the US and EU OnePlus 3T that they gave respectively to the US and EU OnePlus 3 (A3000 and A3003).
It's the app developers fault since they only read the model number and fetch the specs from a database (well, they do this to speed the process up). So, when they detect A3000/A3003, they show you the OP3 specs.
Try AIDA64 instead.
I think the consensus is that they forgot to update the device database, and that's what most of these go off of. I ran this one when I got mine and it shows the correct processor.
The thread is appreciated, but the AnTuTu benchmark suggested in the HowToGeek article appears to be missing.
AIDA64 was suggested in one of the other topics and seems to do the trick. The information is under CPU->Instruction Set.
Are you sure that device supports Vulkan? I can't find anywhere online that says it definitely does.
The hardware is capable of Vulkan, and for many devices Android Nougat is a necessary condition, but a Nougat version doesn't guarantee that Vulkan drivers have been shipped.
If you're not sure then https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64 (not a game, it just lists specs of a device) should confirm.
Oh, I forgot to add that. Yes, it has 64-bit processor with 32-bit OS. So I replaced the OS. You can check your processor's architecture using AIDA64 app from play store.
Okay, many questions:
First, This device?
Second, did you previously have a Freedom Mobile WiFi Calling compliant device & WiFi Calling activated?
Guess being stock Android Pie may be a key factor here, so would you mind posting the build.prop if possible (use AIDA64 to get it, it's under System Files & remove anything specific to your actual device if present like serial number or IMEI)?
Under Settings > Network & Settings > Mobile Network, is there an entry for Settings Version? If so, what's listed there?
[Trying to gauge if this device is simply masquerading itself as a Pixel^(3/3XL/3a) somehow.]
On top of the website you mention, I have also used the android application AIDA64 for quick look up of the capabilities (it is in the "devices" menu) (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en).
The inability to update GPU drivers is indeed a huge handicap as there can be significant changes in the capabilities. Ex: my tab s3 became capable of doing multi draw indirect following an update.
Hopefully the bug doesn't effect you, but to test it properly, download aida64 (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en), open it, go to the CPU tab, then look at the numbers next to your phone's core clocks, then touch your finger to the sensor. For me, these numbers jump from 384Mhz to 1555Mhz instantly.
>Are you familiar with the nPerf App? It has a "Mapping" feature that will "paint" the map as you drive with 3G, 4G or 5G. Could that be enough to knock me off without even doing a Speedtest?
I wouldn't think so, but I don't know.
I'm curious what temperature the modem is running at.
I usually use this app to check the temperature sensors (and other sensors) on my device, under the thermal tab near the top it lists the modem temperature.
Imei does not inherently indicate ram in any way. However, from your Imei, they can find your model number and attempt to estimate ram from that. The correct ram can be found in an app like AIDA64 or in settings :)
> I was unable to find it under "About->Phone" either.
In LineageOS 16.0: System > About phone > press on Android version 9 > Baseband version.
I like the free app AIDA64 > Android panel to see Baseband & Bootloader. Also neat is it's > 3-dots > Send Report in E-Mail to yourself so you can copy/paste the data w/o having to type everything.
AIDA64 is an app which lists all your specifications, and can reads lots of sensor values as well. Not sure which "normal" apps use these sensors though.
Check with Aida 64 it might not even be a genuine samsung device thats why it might not be showing cause the app can't read the value correctly.
This is highly unlikely just wondering.
Check the specs in that app to match the real S7 Edge.
I would've bet on 60Hz.
AIDA64 confirms 60Hz.
That's for the normal Android mode. I don't know what it is for the Gear VR, but I'm pretty sure it's 60Hz too. The Note 3 panel was capped at 60Hz (even though the Oculus DK2 boosted its refresh rate to 75Hz) and the Note 4 panel too.
AIDA64 can tell you.
If your camera is OK then don't worry about it. There is controversy and people are on both sides of the debate.
Not wanting to get your hopes high BUT yes I also saw the ifixit teadown and saw that Gear live and Lg g watch being the 1st devices Samsung Gear live has it while G watch doesn't but then I read the other day about this nifty app AIDA64
and saw this
It says WiFI not supported And I AM SO HOPING it means that it can be turned on by a software flick. :)
the viewport information is not lying, it looks like you have a 1366x768 TV that can display 1080p.
> is there an app that can tell me the display resolution?
Yes, you can try AIDA64
>And an app which can bypass this 4k certified limit?
I don't think that exist.
Install AIDA64, click on System and look for Device. In the device row, search the thing that's written there. Just type it in Google and it should work. Sometimes it doesn't, so type <device> Xiaomi.
You will have to update the ROM manually.
Also, do you mean pixel launcher like the launcher where you open apps?
One more thing, install AIDA64, go to system and tell me what's under product. I need this, because there are 2 versions of your phone. A global and an indian model. There's curtana and miatoll. If you have miatoll, you're good to go. If not, I don't know if you can have this ROM. I'll still look into this.
That should be enough.
The phone also needs to be 64bit. There's a playstore app you can use to check whether your phone is 32 or 64 bit.
This is it on Google Playstore
Oh, sorry, changed up the names.
I meant AIDA64. It's better. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en&gl=US
You can check with AIDA 64. Press on CPU and the top section will tell you which SOC you have.
But yeah, I was a longtime Exynos user with my Note 3 Neo and Note 8. I made the Switch to a Xiaomi Mi10T Pro and don't regret it.
What phone are you using?
Install this and check if it's 64 bits based or not. Only phones which have it can run citra.
Mine phone can't 😭
Yeah. That's the same case with the 8A.
For confirmation, you can get AIDA64 from the Play Store, and check.
Mine shows it's a 64 bit processor running on 32 bit Android on the Instruction Set row.
I think that 4 gig devices are going to be around for sometime to come, and I don't see Niantic saying we need more than that. Below is a site that maybe of help with a list of devices with a 64 bit chip set:
Here's an app that will tell you what you have, that's listed in the link above:
I'll dig around and see if I can something else for resources.
Now as for using 2 phones, I've found when out playing legit, it's easier to handle 2 phones, versus what I've seen with people trying to juggle a phone, and a tablet at the same time. I use my daily as both a phone, and for out playing. I have another 1 dedicated to Pokemon Go that doubles for both spoofing and for legit play, whenever a second account is needed, or some other people shows up after I've done the raid, and needs a bit of help doing the raid. For general day to day use at home, I prefer my desktop. But it's an each to their own matter.
Can you tell me what is your OS kernel? Is it 32 bit or 64 bit? You can check what is says under CPU in aida64 app on playstore .
thank you, I can see the model # from the phone is SGH-I747M but not the 'codename' aka d2XXX which is what makes me nervous, although someone here suggested that they installed d2att successfully
also saw AIDA64 recommended elsewhere
edit: Device ID is totally useless, it may have been useful at one point given the rating but read the more recent reviews!
Can a few of you download this app and charge your phone's to 100% and report what the charge counter says. I can get mine to 3450mah and that's it.
> There are 5 different versions of Asus > Zenfone 2 in https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/ so I can't check for you with incomplete info.
You need to always mention your device's model & codename when asking questions, especially in the OP.
You can use apps like Aida64 > System > Device if you don't know it or browse the different Zenfone 2 pages in the wiki to ID your device's manufacturer's code name.
Play a game for about ten minutes, then quickly switch to an app like AIDA64, tap the "Thermal" menu, and take a screenshot (power button and volume down button held at the same time). Post it here and I'll take a look.
I downloaded the one that's labeled all devices. You shouldn't have downloaded arm64 I'm not sure weather the Exynos version is arm64 you can however find out weather your Exynos S8+ is arm64 or not by downloading adia64 off the playstore once downloaded check the cpu section to find out weather you have arm64 or not.
did you buy through a carrier?
You can check your branding easily:
Install AIDA64 from PlayStore -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en
Open app and go to "System"
Check your "Brand" value, should be blackberry if unbranded
going by the system files in AIDA64 (not so versed on system files as well) here are three I can talk about in simple terms:
/system/build.prop - Build Properties - some device information, such as the device model, android version, CPU architecture, etc
/proc/cpuinfo - CPU Information - identifies the CPU maker, architecture, core count
/proc/version - Kernel Version - information about the Linux kernel on the device
Glad I could help.
If you want to go the extra step you can download AIDA64 and check out which sensor you have by hitting the 'Devices' tab and giving the app permission to use your camera... Just to be sure.
If you don't get this solved, I'd recommend this app:
It gives you much more info about the phone including battery temp. and sensor data.
If you have Android Wear, there is a watch app too.
I'm running a custom ROM so I don't have the Zone app...
If the serial numbers appear in AIDA64 under the System tab, then it's probably a software bug.
I'm not sure about the wifi differences, perhaps the look and setting placement are adjusted in a previous software update? I can't tell without an example on what kind of changes happened.
Install this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64
Go under devices and check your camera ID string under rear facing camera. If it begins with SLSI it's a Samsung sensor, if it's Sony_IMX it's Sony. Supposedly the Sony is the better sensor.
Im saying all of that is built in to our phones and what isn't is available in many, trusted, free apps. Task killers are pointless in android, and built in. As are cache clearers. I just really feel like apps like this take advantage of people's ignorance, and nobody should ever pay for them.
Here's a link to a much more comprehensive system information app... Free.
For file sharing, AirDroid and Pushbullet are far better free options.
Everything else is built into lollipop already.
Use AIDA64 on GPlay
Could you tell me what GPU driver revision it has or just post a screenshot? You'll need AIDA64 > /Display/GPU version
AIDA64: stats, stats everywhere
GSam Battery Monitor: it has interesting graphs that plot your battery level along side temperature, phone signal and the rate of change
HomeUX: a new launcher app that is still buggy but has an interesting take on the home screen concept
Inbox: Google's alternative to its Gmail app that can arrange your emails for you
List My Apps: what I used to make this list
Look of Disapproval: for all your ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) needs
OpenSignal: great for checking your providers mobile internet coverage
Pushbullet: this one has been controversial as of late but I still use it as the linchpin between my devices regardless of network. Because I focus on either my laptop or my phone at any given moment, PB gives me that ability to send links to my future self on a different device.
It is currently controversial because of the upcoming Pro version that in addition to being priced at $5/month or $40/year, it hid a few features currently offered for free and restricted some others. It hasn't affected the features I mostly use but it has for a very vocal portion of the user base.
List made using List My Apps
>...S3s sgh-i747m Rogers... the version of cm13 is d2tmo. The stock one when I tried to install Lineage OS claimed it was d2mtr despite claims online that S3s in Canada are d2can...
Wow, that's confusing. Correct I.D. of your device is step #1.
Check the sticker under the battery & I got lucky with the free Aida64 as different sites where giving contradicting & incomplete CPU info & other stuff about S5 Mini G800H.
A link to the LOS ROM you downloaded or it's exact name at least may be helpful for proper troubleshooting.
Here it says Carrier: ...Rogers > https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/d2att
AIDA64 might work if the camera sensor was encoded by Google.
Device Info HW works on my pixel 2 XL without manufacturer encoding.
If that doesn't work there isn't an easy way to look it up without using adb.
You can look it up with AIDA64.
On a side note, how did you check when your phone is manufactured?
Download AIDA64 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en
Open the app and go to devices, rear facing camera is shown at the top for me
10 years using it.
Aida64 will show battery capacity remaining on my Moto360 Gen2.
This is androidapps, right?
Or is he asking for an android app that has that functionality like on PC?
How many cores are unlocked? Download Aida64 to the watch and check. Hopefully it's 2 and not 1!
This has come up a few times. Get AIDA64: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en
According to AIDA64 its a Sony IMX260.
Well, if the battery is faulty, then probably yes.
Download AIDA64, go to battery and see what the Health row is on.
Could you please run the AIDA64 or the CPU-Z app to see if it shows up as Android 11 or 10 ?
> Install AIDA64 (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64), open it --> Battery --> Level - XXX %, "Charge Counter" - ZZZZ mAh. Write those numbers down. You can uninstall it when you're done.
> For example, my battery cycle is 255. Level 60%, Charge Counter 2653 mAh, so my real capacity is 2653/0.60 = 4421 mAh. Therefore, my result is
> Do some math - ZZZZ/(XXX/100) = your battery's calculated real capacity
I think you make an incorrect assumption about the AIDA64 numbers. AIDA64 | Battery | Level XX% just shows the current charge level of the battery.
I just tried on all my recent LG flagships (G8X/V50/2xV60) and it matches the battery percentage shown in the status bar in all cases. I don't understand how the current charge level of the battery (which can be between 0% and 100% depending on how and how recently you charged your V60) would say anything about the battery endurance and long term battery health (or "calculated real capacity" as you call it).
I thinks a better method is to install AccuBattery and let it analyze your battery for a couple of weeks. Then check under AccuBattery | Health | Estimated capacity
AccuBattery is also very good in teaching what is good for battery endurance, e.g. if you check the charge/discharge events in AccuBattery | History you learn that:
So if you can frequently keep your battery charge between 35% and 75% you are almost causing no wear to the battery. You can charge it 5000 times rather than 500 times.
Whereas frequently topping it off from 80% to 100% counts almost full towards the about 500 times that you can charge LiPo and Li-Ion batteries.
I shall make a post with some screenshots from AIDA64, AccuBattery and the LG Service menu and notify you.
BTW, you knew that 546368 reads LGMENU in phone dial language, right?
if you install AIDA64
Under display , it says 60Hz
Yes here take a look https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64
Install the AIDA64 app on your TV and it will provide you with all the specs :)
indeed it is
Alternatively, you can download Aida64 or any other similar app, which will help you know if you have snapdragon or exynos
Use an app like aida 64. First you should unlock the bootloader then either flash magisk from the flashtool for your phone or use fastboot to boot twrp , then you can flash it from twrp. Here's the google USB ADB drivers or platform tools:
You may need to install google USB drivers or use the one for your phone.
Any app that looks into phone's sensors and report back the raw results should have it under battery data. This is how it looks from AIDA64
Edit: As seen in discussion below it seems aida64 only shows raw data but if you want predicting of battery capacity you should try something like AccuBattery
Download AIDA64 and look on the CPU tab
Haven't tested it myself but maybe AIDA64?
I used AIDA64 to find out which I had.
Check how many cores you have unlocked with the app Aida64.
Anything that will monitor the CPU frequency will work. Thanks!
If you dont have access to PC:
- Download AIDA64 from Playstore : Link
- Go to devices tab & check fingerprint vendor.
For anyone that is not sure how to find temps
Check if it is/was a demo unit. I don't really know if they have a different model no. or something, but I think they have slightly different specs. Maybe print out the spec sheet of the S7E, download AIDA64 on the phone and compare. Demo units could be bad because if they actually were in a shop, they ran 24/7 charging with display on so the battery might not be the best anymore.
Also, it might be a good idea to check if it's real: video and website link
Apps that might help you if you can install them on the phone (maybe download the apk on a stick at home already and send them over with the OTG cable that should be included in the box):
Phone specs checker AIDA64
Battery health checker Ampere
General phone checker Phone health check
Check if IMEI has been modified or changed IMEI Analyzer
And finally, some codes you can enter in the dialer to display stuff 1. / 2.
Hope it helps!
I'll search it myself, then: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64&hl=en
Grab this and it will tell you everything bit of information about your phone. Including what processor. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64
You can check it using AIDA64 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64
But I guess yes, EU Exynos, EEUU Snapdragon.
Download AIDA64. Look at your specs sheet.
I don't really know.
/u/jamesking420 , I'm in the UK as well, although I have a Nexus Player.
What specific apps are you installing. What are the package names shown when you run AIDA64 on your SHIELD ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.finalwire.aida64 ) and select 'Apps'?
From my understanding, the 'Amazon Instant Video for Android TV' app is currently exclusive to Sony Android TVs in all regions, and there is no way of bypassing this. It doesn't seem to be available from either the Amazon Appstore or from Google Play, so I'm not sure how the Sony TVs updated from v1.35.
The 'Amazon Shopping' app (for phones and tablets, there doesn't seem to be one for Android TV) is available from Google Play - and works across all regions as it has a single package name:
However, the 'Amazon Instant Video' app (for tablets only, there doesn't seem to be one for Android TV) is only available from the Amazon Appstore - not from Google Play - and works across all regions as it has a single package name:
Install this; under codecs section - see if you can find an Mpeg 2 video codec