Test it while it’s hot!
(you need to download all three of the above linked resources!!!)
Don’t forget to enable shared memory option in Hwinfo itself and to run it’s sensors!
(Don’t bother me with your firewall, antivirus, or network configurations… it works super fine)
Report bugs! It’s still beta…
Eduardo · 05/10/2016 at 06:25
Hi AJ, great job my friend, I will try to help reporting some improvements that could be implemented, the minimum value is always ZERO all the time (bug) , a good option to implement it after adding the server ip in the next execution of the app he already connect automatically to the server, another improvement is the graphical interface is the labels could be editable, other implement is in minimum , currents and maximums values you could put after of number the unit used in reading, example, if is clock you puts MHz or other unit editable, doing so would be left more space in side it would be possible to change the width of the dials the result is that it could be possible to add more sensors, another improvement on the host side would minimize the tray, if I have more suggestions sent to you, really your application is the only one and I would be very happy if you could improve it, if you want to send me the source codes so I can try to collaborate and help will be at the disposal.
More good implements is changeble background and other colors in interface , show only dials in fullscreen too is good.
The following image as could be the grafic interface:
AJ · 05/10/2016 at 21:55
Thanks for the huge input! I definitly plan to improve the app and put it in the playstore. Some of your suggestions are already done and some of them are on my todo-list. I will try to get things done in a few weeks when i am on vacation. 🙂
Eduardo · 07/10/2016 at 05:27
I’m glad you’re going to proceed with the development of the app, if you need I can help in any way I can test and report bugs really yours is the only andoid app that interacts with hwinfo and I love the hwinfo why not wanted to change the platform, there is a trigone app but it does not have the resources hwinfo, I’ll be waiting eager for new versions, publish even though versions betas.
Eduardo · 10/10/2016 at 05:15
I made a stand for my tablet, I set it to go straight on in His app, got hit also the tablet DPI and it was possible for 7 sensors, but you can see from the pictures that much left blank, also is very small values, ima suggestion also for this is the current value is at a much higher source, and also have the option to disable the min and max, the circular meter could have a width greater also and as was increasing the value of it all was changing color by example from green to red, the minimum and maximum values on the meter could be fixed and customizable, because for example, the CPU load was cool to be fixed 0-100%
Could have a native already clock in the top bar, I got by using an overlay app, and could also have an option of automatic conect on the server item.
Sorry sending several messages, but I’m really excited about this your app has everything to be a very cool app !!!
Photos current my Setup:
AJ · 17/10/2015 at 13:01
thx for input.
yep the app hasn’t received much love from my side for months now. i was busy with other things.
But once i find some time i definitely gonna consider your input in the next update 🙂
Stefan · 17/10/2015 at 12:47
this is a very nice app and it’s working so far.
If I try to open the app settings, nothing happens. It seems that this feature is not included?
I miss two options:
– Scale down the text size, because already 2 sensors needs the full 4,7″ screen with Full HD resolution (HTC One M7).
– Option to show current value only (no min-max values).
If you add this, it will be great piece of software.
And one third option, which will make this software perfect:
– Add the possibility to combine some sensors to one sensor, like Physical Memory Used / Physical Memory Available / Physical Memory Load.
I hope you can read this.