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tBattery Graphical Analyzer for WM
Do you want to have an application that tells you more detailed information about your battery’s status? XDA member Quelltextfabrik presents tBattery, this web application will let you to visualize the vast amount of data tBattery creates, as it displays the battery life percentage over time.
Also, the app gathers data from all the sensors (life percentage, temperature, current, voltage, mAh etc.).
Originally posted by Quelltextfabrik
Why it might be useful
As stated, with all the sensors being read (life percentage, temperature, current, voltage, mAh etc.) you could visualize a lot of data and create a usage profile for yourself. You could compare your usage patterns with others and get hints, for instance about your charging habits.
Please let me know if you are interested in that kind of web-based extended visual logging.
Displays only life percentage and the time passed
You cannot download the graph, screenshot is the only way to save
There can be quiet weird values for the x-axis, like 1020 minutes. I’ll fix that
Display date/time on mouse cursor position in graph
Choosing the value(s) you want to display
Anonymous storage of logs and graphs for later reference
User registration for storing logs and allowing comparisons between devices/ROMs etc
Simple download of graphs as images
Let me know what features you’re missing and I will try to add them.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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