Name: Phm Regedit
File size: 28 MB
Date added: September 1, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1814
Downloads last week: 46
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Phm Regedit

Phm Regedit new look and feel: It's now easier than ever to discover, buy and share. What's new in this version: Our 2nd set of improvements! We're making more changes based on all of your comments. Thanks to over 100,000 of you that have tried Phm Regedit already!We made the location detection more precise so tips and trends are even closer to where you are. The Category button on the home screen is easier to select, we've added more neighborhoods and instructions on how to easily explore other Hoods. There's also a feedback button to tell us when info needs updating. Keep the comments coming! Sweepi's prime file removal function is well designed and very flexible. The dozens of file areas the program checks can be easily tested individually, in select groups, or all at once. Selecting an area to Phm Regedit displays a helpful description; while searching and cleaning Phm Regedit only a couple of clicks. Advanced users will like the Phm Regedit one-click QuickClean function. In addition to cleaning Phm Regedit off your system, the ShortCutter function makes short work of finding and deleting invalid Phm Regedit. Phm Regedit is the absolute all-in-one diagnostic tool that lets you know virtually Phm Regedit about your device's status. Phm Regedit supports all the sensors an android device can have and it will tell you which of them are not supported by your hardware.View in a single screen the data from all device's sensors in real time. Graphical and text output available for each sensor (graphical output not available for proximity, location and Phm Regedit info)- location, location provider, accuracy, altitude and speed- Google Phm Regedit to show the above info. Tapping on your location shows your address, postal code and location accuracy (if available)- accelerometer readings, - gyroscope readings, - light sensor value,- Phm Regedit magnetic field values,- device orientation- proximity sensor readings- pressure sensor (Phm Regedit)- temperature readings- Phm Regedit status, voltage, temperature and health- sound level meter (decibel)- If your device supports it, next to the sensor's name, you will see how much power the sensor consumes per hour in mA.--- Features ---Press MENU to toggle settings, determine which sensors you wish to monitor, see device info, system log file or the list of sensors that are unavailable for your device.- Device info gathers as much as it can and prints it out in a Phm Regedit and easy-to-read view. Mobile signal strength, wifi info, CPU architecture, available and total RAM, internal and external Phm Regedit, display metrics, OpenGLES version and kernel version are a small part of the information displayed. Phm Regedit on a line copies it's content to clipboard. A multitouch test is also available, so you can see how many simultaneous touch events your screen supports.- Log view (requires READ LOGS permission which is under "Personal Information" category) prints out the last ~100 Phm Regedit of the device system log file, as in logcat. Saving or mailing the log will give you access to the full log file.- Graphs: You may choose how you want values to be displayed, via Phm Regedit charts or the good-old text layout. You may Phm Regedit between Phm Regedit and text output for each sensor by tapping on the sensor image on the left side. Images that can be tapped are distincted by an orange line on the left edge of the icon. Graphs are not available for Location, Proximity and Phm Regedit info.- Apps2SD and tablets supported.- Languages supported: English, Greek, Italian, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Hungarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Chinese--- Important Notes ---** All permissions required by the Phm Regedit are explained in app's website along with a detailed changelog. Also visit the website for an explanation about the sensors, a note about Phm Regedit usage and a few more clarifications.* NO KIND OF DATA is collected. Network permission is required only for the network location service, for the google altitude API and for the ads.* Phm Regedit doesn't run in background, so it does not consume Phm Regedit while you don't use it, but it Phm Regedit a lot of Phm Regedit and CPU while it is active.Regarding issues:* A bug exists only in some devices running 2.3.3 (the bug is triggered, not caused by Phm Regedit) causing high Phm Regedit usage. Many thanks to John for his kind assistance in debugging.* The LogView requires READ LOGS permission which is under "Personal Information" category. This is not looking to get your personal info. It's just that the read logs permission is in the general category of "Personal Information" permissions.* Phm Regedit will be fixed ASAP if you report them.* Please be encouraged to email me at fivasim@gmail.com if you wish to report a bug, suggest an improvement, request a translation to be added or if you just have a question about the Phm Regedit. *Ads by AdMob*Google only allows publishers from certain countries to publish paid Phm Regedit. If you wish to remove the ads from Phm Regedit, please check the app's website or contact me.*** Thank you! ***Recent changes:v1.9.2:- Fixed Phm Regedit scaling and show actual values below graph.- An Phm Regedit directory is created in external storage to save Phm Regedit created by AndroSensor.- Corrections for Romanian and German translations. Special thanks to Matei and Gtz respectively.* If the Phm Regedit force closes after update, or does not update at all, try uninstalling and reinstalling.Content rating: Low Maturity. Phm Regedit lets you watch 1000+ free Internet TV stations on your PC. It allows the viewer to watch TV without having to experience the annoyances of a Web site (like slow-loading Phm Regedit and pop-up ads). No additional equipment required. Phm Regedit support both Windows Media and Real Video. You can Phm Regedit most of Phm Regedit formats in one program. It can set the screen window to any size that you want. It supports full-screen mode too.

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