CPU Clock History

by axlrose...@zworg.com » Wed, 19 Jan 2011 09:45:02 GMT


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 So I want something that can keep track of CPU clock speed over a
period of time. Specifically when the screen was off. I asked around
and no really had a good solution.

Being new to android but old to linux, I figured I could just make a
script that would check /proc/cpuinfo and every couple of seconds and
save it to a text file. Simple....I thought.

CPUinfo on my phone (HTC Incredible) doesn't show processor speed.

Anyone know of a way to accomplish what I want? Maybe there is an app
out already that will do what I wish, but I haven't been able to find
one.

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