How does one get the current energy consumption rate of the phone? Are there any Android energy profilers?

by Brent » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 13:04:42 GMT

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 It is useful to know how much energy different features (i.e. GPS,
accelerometer, screen) of the Android phone are consuming, but I have
not been able to find an energy profiling application for Android
phones (something similar to what Nokia makes; see ),
which would allow me to see the current energy consumption without
resorting to using an oscilloscope. Does anyone know of such a utility
or how I could get the current energy consumption programatically
using the Android API?


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