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My S6 has that CE0168 as well.
I believe (could be wrong/inaccurate) the EU versions all have this.
Mine is definitely not fake, so I would assume yours is fine also.
If you're unsure, download the CPU-Z app to check system specs. The fakes ~~usually~~ have very different specs to the official models.
Well that's good. I don't think a G3 sits well in the stomach, nor would it be any more fun once it has to come out. You can double check with CPU-Z to confirm that the specs are correct
Have M8, have CM13, can confirm, same issue. I'm extremely disappointed, but phone-wide adblock ability is more valuable to me than Pokemans. The same issue appears for the CPU-Z app and renders it unusable.
I suppose I'll have to wait for the CM team to fix it. Impatiently.
they did eventually stop using intel and switch to Qualcomm so if it's relatively new it might not be affected if you know your specific model number you can check on the list or you can download an app that will tell you what specific cpu your device has
It's a sometimes noticeable decrease in speed. You can verify the decrease in clock speed and disabling of cores with applications like CPU-Z.
You can use something like this:
Some details on your soc may also be present in your android settings.
Anyway, even if you have exynos 5433 still should be moderately powerful enough for a lot of console ports, and console quality games.
I'm seeing three different chipset variants of that phone (two Mediatek ones, and one Snapdragon), so what it can emulate is going to vary based on which model you have. But to start, you can definitely do NES, SNES, Genesis, TurboGrafx-16, PS1, and Nintendo DS, maybe with frameskip. Full speed GBA with the "My Boy!" emulator, but not sure with others.
CPU-Z can tell you which version you have. If you have the higher end model (Mediatek MT6755M @ 1.8GHz), then GBA will be fine with any emulator, NDS won't need frameskip, and you can also do some N64 games, Saturn, some PSP games, and probably some Dreamcast titles, though I don't know if Dreamcast will run well.
The Wiki has a ton of emulators, separated out by platform (NES, Master System, SNES, PS1, etc.) and by free and paid for each. Check it out, there's links for whatever you should need.
For future reference, you can use CPU-Z from the Play Store to tell you what processor you have, as well as a lot more detailed information about it.
There's nothing wrong with this, it's completely normal for a phone to reach 40° after heavy tasks like multiple consecutive restarts.
Edit: Your phone already has thermometers inside of it to measure and maintain internal temperature. You can see it using an app like CPU-Z https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
Just like Shadow_84 said: The kernelversion string in the system settings won't always state, if your system is 64bit or not. You need to check with other tools or sites like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z to see which architecure ultimately runs on your phone
I'm seeing mixed reviews on that device, some saying it's got a SD625 (which should be 2.0GHz), others saying it's a 1.4GHz processor (makes me wonder if there's a MTK or Exynos version). Can you download CPU-Z and post specs, that might help clarify. Alternately, HWInfo is a good tool as well, and will report the screen's refresh rate. Some cheaper devices skimp on display and use 50Hz screens, which fucks everything emulation-wise. HWInfo will tell you if that's the case.
There are some games on N64 that simply chug in places, because they're that intensive, even on more powerful hardware. The N64 is a weird beast. This could be one of them. I had similar issues with Wetrix.
Typically, Snapdragon is released in NA, LATAM and China, and Exynos is everywhere else.
You can use CPU-Z to tell you exactly what you have.
Let me know what you have if you find it out.
That's alright, either way should work in the end.
You can probably check using CPU-Z: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
I would consider getting a new phone immediately, recently a few people have mentioned that their previously revived Nexus 6P went back into a bootloop. With no remedy without a hardware fix.
This should only be temporary, expect that your phone will permanently stop working and your data gone along with that.
It doesn't mean anything..
..look at the phones chipsets:
They are either what they should be, or they arent.
edit: for example.. if you see MTK chips in your samsung, its not a samsung and lots of clones will use such tech. just look up the hardware and compare.
CPU-Z seems to show a bunch of additional temp readings I don't think it has a widget though.
just noticed I also have AIDA64 on my phone, it shows the same temp sensors as CPU-Z.
Eh, it's been overheating for me since day one. I think all of them are. I don't think there's much to worry about, but if it's some crazy temperatures, you should check them with CPU-Z
EDIT: Ignore everything I said about fixed WiFi. It worked fine for 5 minutes. Now it's broken again. I'm done.
Check the box, all the specs are written there or just download cpu-z click device when u open it and you ll see what your specs are
It shows you everything about your phone and your battery and sensors which are currently active
Install CPU-Z from the PlayStore
And send the screenshot of your device specifications on here.
I have a feeling you might be running a fake A52.
N64 emulation shouldn't be giving you any trouble. It works on ultra budget 99 USD phones.
check ur cpu with that app
look if you typed in the model number in right or maybe compare it with different websites and come to an conclusion
This app CPU-Z should be able to tell you.
US/CA/HK/SK probably some other areas too would be snapdragon for s20 series anywhere else is exynos.
Snapdragon was reportedly better on the s20 line, not so sure about the s21 but tbh the trade in deals people reported in the US were insane. I'll say again that just because its exynos doesn't mean it will run like garbage I'd see how it goes and know this is probably an option otherwise but exynos 990 is known for not being as good as snapdragon 865
It should be having Exynos since you are in Europe. You can confirm it by running an app like CPU-Z
You don't need to be rooted to look at hardware flags
And the OP is more asking for a process / task manager which is natively accessible in the Settings menu?
Personally, I'd install something like CPU-Z and compare the list of hardware with the official specs. There are lots of things which might indicate it *could be fake but checking the chipsets etc will be more concrete.
if you know the specific model you can google it or install an app like cpu-z to get the info from the device itself. on the SOC tab if it says intel atom at the top it won't work after this update, if it says something else (likely Qualcomm Snapdragon or Mediatek) you're fine
I've played plenty of 8K clips on my S8, but only using players like Samsung VR, Skybox VR Player and Pigasus VR Media Player. And the best results are usually obtained with Samsung VR since it generally has the best performance where very high resolution content is concerned (it leverages the hardware decoding capabilities of your SOC more effectively).
But again the problem is that none of these players support Google's new equi-angular cubemap format (that is being used on Youtube) yet, though I've been told that this will change in a coming release of Samsung VR. So for now you might need to stick with the 4K version and use Samsung Internet.
> I think I have the exynos version
If you're in the US (and China I think) you probably have the Snapdragon variant. If you're anywhere else in the world you probably have the Exynos variant. You can find out for sure using an app like this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z&hl=en
Use CPU-Z to make sure. But unfortunately you may have the MediaTek variant. The Qualcomm variant is actually a pretty good device. However the MediaTek Moto E4, actually any device with a MediaTek SoC is automatically shit. MTK is a shitty company that doesn't honor GPL rules and is known for their countless violations. Plus their product is just crap in general. You might still be able to root it, but you might not. So please use CPU-Z to confirm what SoC you have, and also what is your model number?
You can download CPU-Z: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z&hl=en_GB
It will, however, tell you that you're running an Exynos SoC. Snapdragon is for US, Canada (and South Korea?) only.
Maybe it's giving you an incomplete picture. Try a utility like CPU-Z which from experience usually shows lower available memory or AIDA64.
Could you check the battery capacity with CPU-Z ?
I'm also looking for a replacement battery for my OPO and have seen some people receiving batteries with a lower capacity as advertised.
Thanks in advance!
If you're in the US, you probably have a Snapdragon variant. If outside the US, it's probably an Exynos. To be certain, you can use an app like this.
Sorry, I should have recommended a method of checking. You can just install one of the many hardware information/analysis tools on the play store, such as CPU-Z.
But yeah, if you're in the US you most likely have the Snapdragon variant :)
How hot does it get exactly? You can use this app to check temperatures.
My phone gets fairly warm while quick charging, about 45°C, which makes sense if you consider the amount of energy being pumped into the phone.
The quick charger has multiple charging speeds, and it automatically detects the highest supported speed. Maybe your old cable was slightly damaged or something, making the charger switch to a lower charging rate.
Faster charging = more heat but as long as temperatures don't go over 55°C for long periods, everything should be fine.
Yep! Which would be really weird if you got that mainboard in there.
That's... bizarre. You could check with CPU-Z. I've got a D852 and took some screenshots for you to compare to! in case it does turn out to be a D852.
It senses rotation. There's actually a gyroscope in your phone. If you have an android device you can install the app in the link below and go to the "sensors" tab to see the data from it.
You can just install CPU-Z which should tell you what SoC you have as well as relevant information.
Regardless most Tab S 10.5s come with the Exynos 5 Octa 5420. However if you have the LTE version of that device you may have a Snapdragon 800 instead.
I'm unsure how well you can get around an Android device (whether you know all of this or not) but I'll leave this here nonetheless.
Open the Settings menu and under the DEVICE section select Battery which should show the battery usage of apps and device hardware on your OnePlus One (it is more helpful after a day or two of the phone being unplugged from the charger). Tapping on the most battery draining aspects of your phone will tell you certain things like CPU total time or how much data this app/hardware is sending back and forward etc.
You should use an app like CPU-Z to figure out just how hot the CPU and battery are running and post back the results here. Also figure out the clock speed the CPU is averaging out at.
Like /u/StrukkStar mentioned you should see if your case is the problem. Do a test by going about your average day with the phone in the case and then checking the temperature stats when the phone reaches low battery. Then recharge it and do the same except next time take it out of the case.
I'm not sure off-hand. Maybe CPU-Z? If that doesn't present the information, you can search for terms like 'sensor' and 'check' to find something appropriate.
And specs! CPU-Z can help with that.
Install CPU-Z: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z (it's free and harmless).
Look under the Sensors tab.
You can use CPUZ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z&hl=en
CPU-Z will tell you. Device HW Info is a good tool as well.
Download "CPU - Z" from the Play Store. It will tell you.
You can install this app to check it too. But US market has snapdragon only.
For the sensors, just download the CPU-Z app and see if it reads stuff.
Thanks for the answers!
Thanks for alerting me to that. I guess since I'm the OP for that post, I can still see it. Here's a copy and paste.
This is the reworking of an previous post that was removed. Nobody contacted me about it's removal so I'm recreating it. The post that was removed helped several people setup their Android device. This guide describes the easiest way to spoof on Android if your device is capable of installing a TWRP custom recovery and can block GPS signals with tin foil around the back and corners. Some devices have very good GPS reception and the next best option for you is the Smali Patcher method described in other guides.
App Ninja's spoofing app GPS Joystick is the safest method for spoofing on Android because it's privacy mode hides the package name from Niantic's known scanning of blacklisted spoofing apps installed on your device. It also correctly spoofs the altitude for your location as well as simulating gps drift and slightly varying your speed while moving to make you look more like a legit player and less like a bot.
This short guide is meant to show you how to install GPS Joystick as a system app without the need to root your device. This guide is not meant to spoon feed you every step of the way. Use Google to figure out what's not provided here.
The actual spoofing app name installed in these steps is "Flashlight". The app is GPS Joystick by App Ninjas but I have chosen to clone the app using the name "Flashlight" to make the app appear a little more innocent to Niantic's prying eyes.
THIS TUTORIAL ONLY WORKS FOR DEVICES WITH ARMEABI-V7A CPU's. If your not sure about your device, download this app to check: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z&hl=en_US
Step 1: Install TWRP custom recovery. Use Google to figure this out for your device. If TWRP recovery is not available, you're out of luck.
Step 2: Download the following file onto your device or to a micro SD card if your device is capable of reading those. This is the spoofing app that we'll install in the next step. After clicking on the link below, look for an option to download it.
Step 3: Install the Spoofing app. Boot your device into the TWRP recovery and flash the zip file you installed in the previous step. If you are given the option to do a zip signature verification, DO NOT SELECT IT. After you see it successfully installed, then reboot your device
Step 4: Confirm successful install. Once you have booted back into Android, check your app drawer. You should see an app named "Flashlight" that was installed in the previous step.
Step 5: Install the GPS Test app. Go to the Play Store and download the app GPS Test. We will use it in the next step to confirm that we are blocking GPS signals.
Step 6: Block your GPS antennae from locking onto satellites. Open the GPS Test app. Along the bottom is a series of buttons that show different bits of information about your GPS. The button on the far left will bring up a screen showing how many satellites the GPS has locked onto. You should see the phrase "3D FIX" appear on the screen. This confirms that your GPS antennae is working. Now we need to block your GPS antennae from seeing any satellites. Wrap tin foil around the back side of your device. Preferable wedge it between your device and a case. Then open the GPS Joystick app (aka Flashlight), go into settings and enable system mode, then spoof to a location other than your own. Go back and recheck if your are getting a GPS fix in the GPS Test app. It's ok if it detects a few satellites but you don't want to see "3D FIX" appear. if you do, experiment with different things. Move the tin foil around, try putting your device into airplane mode. You can also open Google Maps and confirm that you aren't rubber banding with your real location.
If you've successfully completed all the above steps, you are good to go. Open the Pokemon Go app and enjoy the safest spoofing method out there right now.
TL;DR: To install GPS Joystick by App Ninjas as a system app without rooting your device, you can use TWRP recovery to flash the following zip file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Q3zSdsrEF1frYgPA4vIVLORZ-DetlIrQ
EDIT (3/22/20): Updated flashlight.zip to include GPS Joystick Version 4.2
CPU-Z will do the trick.
Use this app (CPU-Z), would make it easier for you to determine if it's an Exynos or Snapdragon device.
CPU-Z can display it
Try downloading the CPUz app to see if it shuts down any of your 4 cores. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
Install CPU-Z and compare the hardware to a real 5x. If you have a 5x you know is real then just install it on both and compare.
Download CPU-Z and compare the the specs it shows with the real specs of the phone
I suggest using cpu z. First find if your processor is arm, arm64 or 86; you find this with the cpu z app in the system tab LINK TO CPUZ. Also in cpu z you can find "api level" this number should correspond with the sdk version number on the xposed download page.
Here is my example: My cpuz system info: I have a arm processor and an api verion 23, so I woild flash the Xposed zip titled "xposed-v78-sdk23-arm.zip"
Here is the link to download the xposed framework from xda
If you're still confused as to which version to flash just download cpuz and screenshot me the information in the "system" tab. And Ill tell you which version to download.
I hope this helps
my G3 box said I had 2 gigs, I installed CPU-Z, and found I had 3 gigs. Here is the Google play store page for that app
I identified mine via an app called CPU-Z
Play Store link:
Can you check what CPU-Z says?
This program will tell you https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
If you download and install this app it will tell you what CPU your phone has and a lot of other information
Check for yourself here
Attach the screenshot and can you also screenshot it using CPU-Z as well as aida64 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
Download CPU-Z from the play store and it will tell you:
Install this app and it'll tell you
Interesting, on my s8 it was displaying some. Do you have the right app? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z this one works best for me as there are more with same name
go to "Systems" tab, what is written next to "Kernel Architecture"?
This app will tell you all about your phone https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
might be on the package/product page. if not, see if it lists the SoC (should be Snapdragon 427) or use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
Just use this one
This one is definitely not shady, the desktop version has been a mainstay in the pc enthusiast community for ages.
Running CPU-Z should help.
CPU-Z shows GPU usage as a %.
I just tried this app and it also shows I have Exynos (which I have) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
Anyway no prob
CPU-Z can do some of that. It's not really a testing app so much as a giving info about your phone app.
Same here. I'm not exactly a phone expert, but CPU-Z doesn't mention the word gyroscope at all in the sensors.
You can check your processor with an app such as CPU-Z. But if you bought it anywhere outside of the US it is most likely Exynos.
It's best to look for root guides and roms on the XDA forums.
S7 on XDA
S7 Edge on XDA
Use CPU z and check the battery temperature under the battery tab. Odd that it doesn't show anything in the thermal tab
Did you try CPU-Z?
You can install CPU-Z from the Play Store to see all your system information:
Download CPU-Z and see if it says you have Qualcomm or MediaTek.
Install CPU-Z. The "SOC" tab says if you are running x86 or ARM64. The "system" tab will give the version of Android you are on.
This app is a good way to check a few things
Download CPU-Z from the play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z
This'll do the trick:
Download https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z and check your specs. Screen resolution is not 4k, its 1440 x 2560
Mind downloading CPU-Z and tell us what temps are you seeing?
In the future, you could also download CPU-Z. It will tell you EVERYTHING about your device. They have PC versions of the app as well. Very handy.
Use this and see what it says. It's very accurate: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cpuid.cpu_z&hl=en