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Show Device UpTime with Mortscript

Show Device UpTime with Mortscript

This small tool created by XDA member copenhagen will let you know how much time your Windows Mobile device has been turned on, great to do some battery tests with different ROM´s, different batteries or to do some benchmarking.
This application can be used on all Windows Mobile versions such as 6.1, 6.5 and 6.5.x and should work in any resolution.

Originally posted by copenhagen
Hey Peeps!
I wrote a script to show you the device uptime.
I know there is software out there to do this already, but this is simple small and you dont need to install anything new.

What it does

  1. 1. when you boot your device it writes the current timestamp to a file \UpTime.log
  2. 2. Anytime after that when you run the DisplayUptime.mscr it calculates the difference between the BootTime and CurrentTime and then displays the results in the form of x Days, x Hours, x Minutes, x Seconds

!NEW! – I added LastBoot date/time & Current date/time to message window and reformatted how the info is displayed

And that’s it. It runs for a brief moment at boot up, and then again when you run the script. light, fast and effective.

For more information continue on to the application thread.

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