Last Updated: Jan 01,2011
Second Widgit From The Top, What is it? I tried "System Info Widget" and its not that. Anyone?
Is it "perfect sys monitor"? hmm idk that looks pretty new to me
Hm, pretty cool looking.
If you find out what it is, please let us all know.
Although I looked up perfect system monitor and it looks pretty similar, just different layout..
I believe this is what you are looking for....Elixir
Elixir - Android app on AppBrain
That's it! Thanks Kevin
What is the second one from the bottom? That one looks cool too.
Could be Widgetsoid, there are several that look very similar to it.
I think I found it.
It looks like it is Power Control Plus Power Control Plus (widget) - Android app on AppBrain
$1.99 could be worth it. I think I'll give it a shot.
You are right about how several look like it. I also found this Extended Controls - Android app on AppBrain
Extended Controls for $0.99
Extended Controls is pretty nice. I have been using it for a while, and they remade the UI recently, which really inproved it IMO.
I thought it was switchpro widget
And it's free! Win!
I just downloaded Elixir... it's a great app! Gives you a one-stop place to find ALL system information. I had never thought about know many lumens of light are falling on the light sensor, or if the proximity sensor is working correctly. This app would be great for hardware diagnostics.
I'm a little overwhelmed by the number of options it gives you for the widget, I don't know which ones to use first.
what is the widget that shows the sounds, and can you change the volumes from the widget?
That's Audio Manager.
cool, downloading now
Do any of them do the data toggle correctly? Widgetsoid is what I have used but the data toggle is completely broken.
I may buy power control Widgets sometime tomorrow and if I do I will let you know.
Did anyone else experience that elixir eating battery? I really did not use it that much and it said 11% of NY battery usage went to that. I had been unplugged for 9 hours with around 67-69% battery left. Normally 15-18 hours unplugged will only take me down to around 50% maybe a little less with heavy usage. I may reinstall tomorrow on a full charge and see if it really is killing the battery or if it was just me playing with a new app. Not even angry birds uses that much battery when I play it before class.
I've tried Widgetsoid and didn't have any problems with the data toggle. Just be sure to set it up correctly, try going into the advance settings under the app(not widget) after you set up your widget. Set the data toggle mode to "APN toggle" and the modifier string to "ANPdroid"
Most system monitors will use battery. The more monitors you have set up, the more juice you use. Also how frequently it updates itself, Elixer's default is every few seconds.
Doesn't work, it just permanently switches on the data when my wifi is off rather than directly toggling the data on and off.
EDIT: Ah ha! Looks like the recent update has fixed it. Works now, perfect!
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