Dev Tools(Android Developer Tools) – Device Info
Android Dev Tools is a powerful, productive, automation, essential Android Development Assistant, It can improve your development productivity. It can be used to decompile other app, view layout detail info of other app, view color of screen(color sampler or eyedropper), view the latest open source projects, view activity history, view manifest of any apps, view recently used or installed apps, extract apk or so, debug applications, view phone hardware and software-related information and so on,
Decompile other app
View app’s java file, resource and other file easily, support share files
App Layout Inspector Tool
View or export layout or view info of other app, can show view id, width height, parent and child view, coordinate of view.
View screen color
Similar to color sampler tool or eyedropper, you can view or copy the color and coordinate of any other App easily, and more ARGB and CMYK
View the latest open source projects daily
A well-selected daily Android open source project.
View activity history
View the appName, packageName, title, icon, start time of the activity opened, also include current activity, top activity. support open in small window mode.
View manifest of any apps
View manifest of any apps, search any content of manifest, save manifest to sdcard in text or html.
App Management—View info of apps
You can manage your app easily. View apps installed, recently used apps, recently installed apps in grid mode.
View app package name, version, uid, apk dir, so dir, data dir, first install and last upgrade time, component info and so on.
Extract apk or so of apps
Extract any app’s source apk or so file.
Open or close the options in the developer options quickly
What used to take seconds is reduced to one click! it includes show screen layout, debug gpu overdraw, show layout updates, forced GPU rendering, show GPU view updates, show GPU Rendering, show pointer position, strict mode, don’t keep activities, stay awake, Running Service.
View the system info quickly
includes system version information, hardware information, screen information, CPU information, virtual machine information, network-related information, Device ID information.
(1) You can add tool shortcuts to the desktop by long pressing the tool icon;
(2) You can add tool widgets to the desktop;
(3) You can start the tool through the shortcut quickly on Android 7.1, long pressing the application icon in the desktop;
(4) You can add the tool to the notification bar by Quick Settings Tile on Android 7.0.
By these shortcuts. You even don’t need to open the app.