Android : Battery App For Displaying Strength

Dec 25, 2009

I am looking for a battery app/ widget with the following aspects if it exists. Displays battery % to the percent, not like others that only do in intervals of 10 (40%,30%, etc) and also optionally whats using how much battery life.

Android : Battery app for displaying strength


Android :: Code For Displaying Signal Strength Of Wifi Access Point

Nov 28, 2009

I need to develop an application which scans the wifi access points and also gives their signal strength.I wrote the code for scanning the access points but I dont know what packages to use for measuring the displaying strength.Can anyone please tell me how to display the signal strength, also give me the code for that.

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Android :: Battery Status And Signal Strength Acheivement

Sep 11, 2009

First I want to acheive battery status and signal strength instantly. For Battery Status, we can use SystemProperties.get ("status.battery.level_raw") to get current battery level. This class is not in SDK reference, but we can see this function is used in BatteryService and other fields. I use it successfully But for Signal Strength, I only find the way to use onSignalStrengthChange(int asu) which only gives us an "asu", new version seems to support onSignalStrengthsChange(....). But now, is there better ways for exact signal strength?

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Motorola Droid :: Why Battery Usage Not Displaying Everything

Feb 22, 2010

So I just switched to DroidMod 1.0 from SholesMod 2.0.5. Now when I check my battery usage it only shows Voice Calls, Display, Cell Standby, and Phone Idle, and thats it! It doesn't display anything else like it used to. Does anyone know why?

ps I wasn't sure whether to put it in the Root section or not, Mods feel free to move

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Android :: Get GPS Signal Strength?

Jul 10, 2009

How can i get the gps signal strength and the number of satellites. im using android 1.1 sdk.

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Android :: How To GSM Signal Strength

Aug 26, 2010

I want to find the signal strength of GSM network. but not found any method in 1.5 sdk version is there is any alternative available to find the signal strength.

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Android :: GPS Signal Strength

Jul 17, 2010

I'm guessing that the GPS hardware in most Android phones is the same or close. If it makes a difference I have the Moto Cliq XT.I'm going hiking tomorrow and will be using Google's My Tracks program. I've tried it twice... the first time I could not get a signal despite being out in desert with nothing to block the signal. Next time I was in the mountains and once I had a signal, it was rock solid. Worked like a charm. But I did not want to take a chance and held it in my hand the entire time. I'm wondering if anyone has tried it while the phone was in their pocket. Any issues with sat lock on? This would be much easier. I also can't imagine that you'd not be able to use GPS while the phone was in your pocket as it's not really possible to have it in your hand all of the time.

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Android :: FM Signal Strength

Nov 18, 2010

I want to know the FM Radio signal strength in Android. For this I have to interact with hardware or not? Or is there any API which can directly give me the value of signal strength?

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Android :: Return Gps Signal Strength?

May 5, 2010

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Android :: Getting Current Signal Strength

Jan 14, 2010

I am trying to figure out how to get the current signal strength of the Android 2.1 device. So far I can only find access to the SignalStrength object if I am listening for a change. I don't want to have to wait for the strength to change in order to see what the strength is.

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Android :: Measure GPS Signal Strength

Aug 23, 2010

How to measure GPS signal strength?

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Android :: Network Signal Strength In 1.6

Oct 28, 2010

How can we get network signal strength in android 1.6

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Android :: Instant Signal Strength?

Oct 8, 2010

I need to find a way to measure the current signal strength of Android phone, without the need to register a PhoneStateListener that God knows when it returns the actual asu.

something like: int signal = getPhoneSignal();

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Android :: Signal Strength Is Sometimes Marginal?

Sep 11, 2010

I am on Verizon network and was looking to get a Samsung Fascinate. I looked at the signal strength a 2 different stores, and both store Fascinate phones were about -10dBm higher than my 8320 Blackberry curve. Can I use this as signal comparison? Would I lose the ability to call in theory before the blackberry? I sometimes spend the weekend in a rural area where the signal strength is sometimes marginal on the blackberry at over -105 or so dBm is why I am asking.

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Android :: Application For Change Strength Of Vibration?

Jan 25, 2010

Is there an app out there that lets you change the strengh of the vibration? I never seem to feel the vibration when the phone is in my pocket.

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Android :: Determine Data Signal Strength

Nov 21, 2010

I know that it's possible to determine the data connection type (WIFI/or cellular) through Android, but is it possible to determine the cellular connection type and strength?

I have an app that downloads some images and I have found that on GPRS or on 3G with weak signal that this download process slows up the app unacceptably. What I want to do is say that if you have either WIFI or a strong and fast data connection then download; otherwise display a default placeholder image.

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Android :: Changing Signal Strength Programmatically

Sep 19, 2010

I want to change the network signal strength programmatic-ally in android..Even though signal is full i want to make it 50% or even 0%. Friends is it possible..?

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Android :: Get RSSI - To Get Bluetooth Signal Strength

Jan 27, 2010

I am working on Android platform 2.1 and trying to make an app that can get the Bluetooth signal strength from remote devices. It seems i should try to read the 'RSSI'

something like : int rssi = intent.getIntExtra (BluetoothDevice.EXTRA_RSSI, Integer.MIN_VALUE);

But it just keep returning the latter default value.

Did anyone ever manage to get the value of RSSI? Do we need to pair the device before getting the RSSI?

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Android :: Change The Signal Strength Icon?

May 26, 2009

I have some doubs about the Signal strength icon display as below:

1) Is it possible to change the signal strength icon?

2) Which is the API/method dealing with the icon updation in the status bar , based on the signal strength values received by the phone from the network?

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Android :: Signal Strength Data For WCDMA

Apr 18, 2010

I'm writing an app to monitor detailed radio data coming off the phone that I'm sending back to my own server that is collecting this information from a number of different devices. The purpose is to analyze the data from all devices, and generate a kind of "real-time network coverage" pattern.

The data I'm looking for is "Eb/No". From what I understand this is interchangeable with the term "Ec/Io". My first approach lead me to the new Signal Strength (http://developer.android.com/reference/ android/telephony/SignalStrength.html) support in Android 2.1. This is great, however you can only get Ec/Io values for "CDMA" and "EVDO" networks. My problem is that I'm on ATT, where I'm "WCDMA".

I was hoping Android would give me the "CDMA" values from Signal Strength changes (since "WCDMA" is somewhat similiar to "CDMA"), however the update has the gsm flag set to true, and it's giving me values for the gsm signal strength and gsm bit error rate instead.

For example, in my PhoneStateListener:

CODE:....................

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Android :: API In Dorid That Measures Bluetooth Strength?

Nov 24, 2010

Is there any API in Andorid that measures the bluetooth strength?

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Android :: Class / Method For Getting CDMA Signal Strength?

Nov 3, 2010

Is there any class or method for getting cdma signal strength I got for gsm but not for cdma in android??

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Android :: Signal Strength Of Each WiFi Access Points?

Aug 9, 2010

I am building an application reading the signal strength of each available WiFi access point. I've written code like:

wifi = (WifiManager) getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE);
// Get WiFi status
WifiInfo info = wifi.getConnectionInfo();
textStatus.append(" WiFi Status: " + info.toString());
// List available networks
List<WifiConfiguration> configs = wifi.getConfiguredNetworks();

However, I have two problems:
In debugging, configs only contains one connection. However, I can see that there are several APs available in the system's wifi setting. i.e. configs is an incomplete list. I don't know how to get the signal strength in Wifi Configuration. I am using HTC Hero and Android 1.5.

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Android :: Cell RSSI - Network Signal Strength - On 1.5

Feb 16, 2010

Is there any way to retrieve the current cellular Signal Strength (RSSI) on Android 1.5?

I know there's a way to listen for signal strength updates through the TelephonyManager, but this seems to only give a "state," not a numeric value.

Is using the RSSI field on a neighboring cell fairly accurate? I'm guessing not, but I'm running out of ideas.

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Android :: UMTS Signal Strength - RSCP Or RSSI

Sep 27, 2010

I need some clarification on API docs.

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/telephony/SignalStreng... getSignalStrength() indicates: "Get the GSM Signal Strength, valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5"

[url] getRSSI() indicates "received signal strength or UNKNOWN_RSSI if unknown For GSM, it is in "asu" ranging from 0 to 31 (dBm = -113 + 2*asu) 0 means "-113 dBm or less" and 31 means "-51 dBm or greater" For UMTS, it is the Level index of CPICH RSCP defined in TS 25.125"

So, for 3G UMTS networks, does the SignalStrength class not return the same value as the NeighboringCellInfo class ? What are the chances that each RIL implementation is sending something different ?

Has anyone see negative value for signalStrength on UMTS networks as is possible for RSCP index values ?

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Android :: Problem Getting Bluetooth RSSI - Signal Strength

Jan 28, 2010

I'm trying to determine location via bluetooth beacons and while I can discover and find all of the devices around me, when I try to grab the EXTRA_RSSI that's supposed to come through it doesn't work.

Here's the code I'm using and I get a 0 every time.

CODE:....................

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Android :: Testing Telephony Signal Strength Changes In Emulator?

Mar 29, 2010

I was wondering if there is a way to manipulate the emulator to simulate telephony signal strength changes.

I would like to test code that uses TelephonyManager.listen() with LISTEN_SIGNAL_STRENGTHS.

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Android :: Crowdsourcing App To Map Cell Phone Signal Strength

Dec 18, 2009

There is a site Cellreception.com that tries to aggregate cell phone reception from users who bother to leave reviews. But data collection can be made much more easier, even passive:

Make an app that sends the phone's GPS location and the 2G/3G signal strength of the current provider in that location, to a centralized database, aggregate the results, and make them public online.

Nth Signal seems to be an app like that, but I can't find it on the market, and the reviews on Androlib are not good.

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Android :: Measuring Real Phone Signal Strength On Mobil?

Dec 4, 2009

I want to programmatically measure the phone signal strength in a mobile phone. I don't actually care about the mobile phone or the programming environment: It can be based on android or windows mobile or even J2ME and can be from any manufacturer (please no iPhone). However, it needs to be a real, commercial mobile phone and not a special measurement device. This problem is not as easy as it seems with a first look. I am aware that there already exist a number of methods that claim to return the phone signal strength. Some of these are:

SystemState.PhoneSignalStrength for WM6 RIL_GetCellTowerInfo for WinCe (dwRxLevel member of returned RILCELLTOWERINFO struct) android.telephony.NeighboringCellInfo.getRssi() for android

The problem with the above is that they only return a few (under 10) discrete values, meaning that, for instance, the return values of SystemState.PhoneSignalStrength can only be translated to (for instance) -100 dbm, -90 dbm, -80 dbm, -70 dbm and -60 dbm, something that is not useful for my application, since I'd like to have as much precision as possible. It doesn't matter if there is an undocumented solution that only works on only one phone

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Android :: How To Find Signal Strength Of Connected Bluetooth Devices

Jun 11, 2010

In one of my application I need to display all the Wifi and bluetooth devices which are paired to my mobile and it's Signal Strengths .Wifi side it is ok for me to display signal strength(RSSI).But i got a problem at Bluetooth side.I searched for the method which is suitable for this task,i found one method that is intent.getShortExtra(BluetoothDevice.EXTRA_RSSI, Short.MIN_VALUE);

It is displaying only the new device RSSI which is not paired to my mobile.Is there any idea for getting all bluetooth devices RSSI.Plz give me idea or source code ?

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