Device Info HW provides hardware and software information for Android devices.
App that detects components on your smartphone and provides complete information about its hardware.
Now, detection can be done for LCD, touchscreen and cameras as well as sensors, memory flash, NFC, charge, wi-fi and battery.
It is both interesting and useful for developers working on android kernels and Android apps.
App features quick navigation and a new design. You can also choose a dark theme from the PRO version, or get 2 weeks of free.
You can switch between tabs or the navigation panel. You can click many items to go to a different tab or menu.
Recent devices have started android 7.0, which is reading some information but has been blocked by some vendors.
App tries to give as much information as possible. The app can read more if you have root (turn on the settings).
LCD – Model. For recent android detection require, root.
You can also check the colors using the LCD test.
Touchscreen – Show model. Also, you can see how many fingers were supported during the multi-touch test.
Camera – model, vendor, resolution
Sometimes, a list with supported cameras can be used to detect it if you are unable to.
Hardware information by camera model and software via API.
Camera2 api is defaulted to 5.1+; camera permission can be granted so it can use old api.
Get detailed information about the SoC of your device
CPU : model, cores, clusters, family, abi, governor, frequency.
GPU: Model, vendor, opengl frequency, and list of extensions
To open the CPU monitor, click on the clock speed.
System: Complete information about your firmware build.
Type lpddr memory and some devices operating frequency.
Flash: Chip and vendor EMC (Ufs) or flash (SCSI).
You can view storage and memory usage by going to the memory tab.
Battery information: Base info, and for some devices additional info:
– The current consumption is measured at the discharge speed
– Charging speed equals charge current minus current consumption
– Power profile – Encoded by the manufacturer to calculate consumption
* Kernel profile
Temperatures by thermal sensors
Sensors: Basic sensors are available and can be tested.
Drivers: You can search for other chips in your device.
Partitions: A list of partitions and their sizes.
PMIC: List of power regulator voltages applied on the components.
Input devices: list of input devices.
Applications: You can quickly locate apps and view information about them, as well as system apps
– Display the i2c address for the chip
– Open engineering menus for mtk or Xiaomi
– List of CPU codenames: HiSilicon, mtk and Qualcomm
It is possible to search for information about other devices, and to compare and verify similar drivers. It is available at deviceinfohw.ru
You can also upload device information. Check out the Info Center.
You can choose from a dark, light or black theme.
Dark is available in the free version for 2 weeks.
A report can be created with details about the device.
It will be saved as a file. You can support HTML and PDF.
The share button allows you to open the file or send it as an email.
Take this example:
Liste of i2c and spi devices
It is useful when there are many chips available or they are not categorized.
App Defender for protecting your copy.
This also supports the development of the app.
full: Qualcomm, Mediatek, Exynos, Rockchip, HiSilicon
Basic: Spreadtrum, Intel, and other
Driver information is not always available on all devices. It also depends on the vendor and soc. Upload your device information if you need assistance.
You can contact me via email or forum if you have any questions, want to translate the app into your language, or have interesting ideas.
– Android 4.0.3 or higher
To upload device information, you will need INTERNET. This is used for manual upload only.
CAMERA is required to obtain camera software characteristics for an old camera api.
For information about wi-fi connection, please use ACCESS_WIFI_STATE