Battery Charge Source Current

Battery Charge Source Current

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This very simple app displays what kind of charger you're connected to :

Fast Charger, Normal Charger, or USB charger,
and how many milliamps are being delivered.

This helps me determine which charger in my house is the fastest, and helps me evaluate how good each charger is.

Currently it is known working on the Samsung Galaxy S2.

It DOES NOT work on the Samsung Galaxy S3.

If you know how to measure battery charging milliampres, please help on the forum topic:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=33334437#post33334437

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Recently changed in this version

V1
V2 - Minor fixes to support more phones. Still can't figure out the S3. Needs testing.
V4 - Minor fixes, some numbers weren't numbers and flagged a FC.


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Comments and ratings for Battery Charge Source Current
  • (43 stars)

    by Sean Ashcraft on 19/04/2014

    "Unknown charging source"

  • (43 stars)

    by steve patton on 19/04/2014

    Force close upon opening, HTC DNA. Please fix.

  • (43 stars)

    by Jesse Sangiuliano on 19/04/2014

    Doesn't work on S5. Shows same 1200ma reading with 1 amp and 2 amp charges, and with both a 2.0 and 3.0 USB cable.

  • (43 stars)

    by Zheng Shang on 05/04/2014

    When charging it displays minus sign: -1412385mA=actual 1,412.385mA; not charging 12385mA=actual 123.85mA; the decimal point is not only missing, but the digit after decimal point is inconsistent... Try CurrentWidget, which works for me.

  • (43 stars)

    by Steve Rand on 27/03/2014

    This app shows the power source potential, not what the phone is currently drawing from the supply. Tested on a tablet and a Note 2.

  • (43 stars)

    by hemann singh on 24/03/2014

    Dosent work

  • (43 stars)

    by Stefan Lind on 24/03/2014

    The numbers are false but still it shows if you lose any power by switching cables or use extension usb cabels ^^ so yo know if you lose charging time whit different setups or chargers but the numbers are false :P