!! The Easy Device Informer Plus has arrived to smartwatches !!
The use of EDI is simple. Just scroll the screen up or down and find the info what you need.
If you are using a device with Android 4.4 or above, the navigation and the status bars are hidden. To make them visible again, just swipe up from the bottom or swipe down from the top of the screen.
You can find informations about your device in different categories.
1, QuickView - A quick overview of the most important features of your mobile device.
2, Hardware - Displaying info about the manufacturer, model #, chipset, camera, display, battery...
3, Software - This section is all about the android itself.
4, SIM - Some information about the SIM card, the operator ...
5, Sensors - Showing the supported sensors in your device
6, Help - The help menu which describes the functions of the application.
7, Report - You can send the information gathered by the app to an e-mal address.
8, Device Tests - For testing the functions of the device. (Under developement)
Some information will refresh two times in every second. But, if something is displayed improperly, you can refresh the information table, by touching the refresh button found in the upper right corner of the screen.
!! Known limitations !!
The app needs at least android 4.0. although the System memory will not be displayed. From android 4.1 and above, the RAM will show up in the information table. From 4.4, the app will run in fullscreen mode, even on devices with software button layout.
The phone number is not available in every cases. Some SIM cards does not supported by the Android API.
Not every manufacturer stores the correct data on their devices. So some information based on the device's default value, can be wrong. For example the display size is based on the dpi and the resolution. If the dpi is incorrect, the display size will show an incorrect value too.
With the display test, you can check the screen of your device for dark, bright or dead pixels. You can close the test any time, by touching the upper side of the screen.
Proximity Sensor Test:
If your device has a proximity sensor, the application will turn it on. You can check this function by waving your hand in front of the device.
Vibrating motor test:
In case your device has a vibrating motor, you can check it with this test.