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Simple CPU Statistics With CPUStats
Developed by XDA forum member amossam, CPUStats provides a way to check information about CPU frequencies and the CPU governor on your Android device.
The app refreshes every 2 seconds, showing information such as total system uptime, deep sleep time and min, max and current CPU frequencies.
Still in early development, CPUStats requires root permissions and should work on any rooted ROM and any Android device. Also requires cpufreq_stats module to be loaded – the app will auto-exit if not.
The dev has requested that any users report back their findings providing details such as exact version, ROM and device.
For more information and to download the app, head on over to the application thread.
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