Ampere

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Author: Braintrapp
Category: Tools
Rating: 4.5
Size: 9.1M
Version: v3.39
Did you ever believed, that one Charger/USB cable set charges your device very quickly and another not? Now, you can prove this with Ampere. Quantify the charging and charging current of your battery life. PRO features: - Widgets - Notification - alarms on device - Alerts to Android Wear Not every single gadget is supported because there are devices which lacks an suitable measurement chip (or the port ) and they can not be supported whatsoever. Please read the list of not supported mobiles at the conclusion of the description. The app is not intended to be mA authentic. It's only good for assess which Charger/USB cable combo will be currently working the best for you on the exact same device. -- Please read and the FAQ: http://goo.gl/R8XgXX -- Start the app and await ca. 10 seconds ("measuring" is on the screen ). Following this time, the charging or charging present will be shown. The present is dependent on a lot of items: - Charger (USB/AC/Wireless) - USB cable - Telephone type - Present tasks running - Screen brightness - WiFi country - GPS condition please do not use the readings on this app as tangible science. However, the readings are good enough to relatively quantify how different chargers and USB wires fair on the exact same device. In the event the app shows 0mA all of the time, please use the settings alternative"Old measurement process". You can force the app with it to use the old measurement port, if the Lollipop device has one. Regrettably some Samsung apparatus do not give proper (measured) values (e.g.: S5), just the maximum potential charging current with the genuine USB cable/charger setup. This can be a firmware issue. -- Wallpaper information: The app steps the charging/discharging present of the battery. If your telephone is not connected to a charger, then you see the discharging present which will be negative. If you join with a charger then the present what the charger provides will be employed to furnish your telephone and the remaining power will be charged into the batterylife. If your phone absorbs 300 mA with no charger attached (-300mA around the screen )then a 500 mA charger will charge your battery maximum with 200 mA present (200mA on screen ). -- Technical info: The exhibited current is an ordinary value from 50 measurements minus the 10 top values and the 10 lower values. The exhibited present can be shaky or unstable or even zero which meansthat the Android program provides shaky values. Every business utilizes different battery types along with other hardware making it tough to acquire accurate results about your charger. -- LiPo batteries do not draw the max for the complete time required to control the telephone. If your battery has been charged nearly full then the charging current will be far less as by lower battery levels. - A chart explaining LiPo charge phases: http://batteryuniversity.com/_img/content/ion1.jpg - Dave's (EEVBlog) LiPo Charging Tutorial: http://youtu.be/A6mKd5_-abk -- Phones/ROMS compatible just with"Old measurement system" switched on and selected the appropriate"Measurement port": HTC One M7 / M8 LG G3 Phones/ROMS reported to ben't working on this app: Galaxy Grand Prime - fortuna3gdtv Galaxy Note2 - t03g, t03gchn, t03gchnduos, t03gcmcc, t03gctc, t03gcuduos Galaxy S3 - d2att, d2spr, d2vmu Galaxy Tab4 7.0 - degas3g HTC Desire 510 - htc_a11ul8x26 HTC 1 S (ville), X (endeavoru), XL (evita) HTC Sensation 4G - pyramid Please don't give wrong rating, if your telephone is among those aforementioned. Not the app is wrong, but your phone doesn't support this kind of measurement however. If the app doesn't work in your device with pre-Lollipop Android version, then please browse the first and the next posts in this XDA developer forum thread: http://goo.gl/pZqJg8. Please post your issue with screenshots from the XDA thread. Please read the FAQ: how http://goo.gl/R8XgXX
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