Download Androbench (Storage Benchmark) apk 5.0.1 free for Android smartphone
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AndroBench is a benchmark application which measures the storage performance of your Android devices. AndroBench provides two kinds of benchmarks: Micro and SQLite. With the Micro benchmark, you can quickly compare the base performance of your storage device with those of other devices. The SQLite benchmark tests the performance of insert, update, and delete queries on a database table that mimics the one used in a messaging app. To obtain correct results, please minimize background activities while you run AndroBench. AndroBench is available for free and without any advertisement, and thus feel free to use it.
New UI design
Enhanced SQLite benchmark
Removal of Macro benchmark
Support for File-Based Encryption in Android N
Wrong text in the dialog box fixed
Detecting available storage size fixed
Detecting I/O scheduler fixed
Minor bug fixes (5.0.1)
[email protected] part of our Tools and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update Nov. 1, 2016. Google play rating is 81.233. Current verison is 5.0.1. Actual size 1.0 MB.
Crashes and locks up! Cannot recommend!
Crashes when testing SD card Works fine on internal storage, but crashes when testing SD card. LG G-Pad 8.3, CM11
Crashes on HTC One m7 Crashes when trying to benchmark sd card. Works for internal storage
No personal data will NOT be transmitted? Meaning that personal data WILL be transmitted. Or are you pretending it is poor English?
No way to select an external sd, very limited ranking capability. Ok in other means
Bug Bug on Moto E, 4.4.4. Keeps flashing opening logo. Impossible to be used.
Doesn't Measure SGSIII SDCard Unfortunately, the two locations that it lets you pick from (/data and /sdcard) are both on internal storage. Samsung's non-standard implementation uses /extSdCard to represent the actual SDCard. Otherwise it seems like a useful tool.
Seems abandoned Wanted: 3 tests per scheduler, min,max,avg. File browser to select mount points for benchmark. Export results (email)
Good but inflexible No obvious means to test external sd or micro sd cards on TF700. Also force closes if selecting /sdcard (on board NAND) of tf700. /data works ok.
Great benchmark! This app proves that LagFix is not a placebo.
Crashes when trying to benchmark It doesn't work for me, crashes everytime when starting sequential read 1/3 (it does succeed to initialize read). Not sure what might be the problem. Using CM 10.1.2 on Samsung galaxy S (galaxysmtd)
No Ext- access Doesn't read/test external card, which is why I downloaded app. Does look cool, and tests internally so...
Crash on Galaxy S (CM11) Crashes after the 1st bench
Works well / has good test coverage This has been very useful when comparing various MicroSDHC cards with each other and vs internal memory.
Doesn't work Crashes at end of micro test every time on droid x
For what it costs, what should I expect? The browser test? Is it based on network times? This Samsung nexus is junk then because Opera Next is quite good on my old 2.2.2 froyo. What's up?
Stopped at first run What can I say ?
Halfway works Work on /data but not /sdcard on Asus Transformer TF700.
Excellent app. Excellent app to test ur phone's memory.
Benching wrongly the Galaxy Note Except if I am wrong, this app is getting wrong numbers on my Galaxy Note and at least one other user. I am way below other handset on write, and way higher on "browser".
Nice Lack of same or similar devices for comparison
Good but cannot export A good benchmark app, but no option for exporting results.
Needs same device comparisons I'll rate 5 stars if it ever shows comparisons of other results on the same device I have. I'd like to see if my particular Nexus 7 is normal or slow or fast compared with other N7's.
Not working Not working on nexus 7 4.2
Inaccurate Like others, the benchmarks on my phone are ridiculously low and clearly incorrect.
Crash on note 2 n7100 Crash when doing micro bench seq read on note 2 /sdcard. The same benchmark was successful on /data.
TRIM works Got this to test if the Android 4.3 TRIM is working and thanks to it saving history it shows it is working by comparing before and after 1hr sleep during 24hrs period.
Clean and works great
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All over the map results
Results are not up to date
Fatal Exception on Micro benchmark. Null pointer exception occurs during sequential reading. Android 4.0.3, kernel 3.0.8, Captivate, ATT E/AndroidRuntime( 2270): FATAL EXCEPTION: Thread-224 E/AndroidRuntime( 2270): java.lang.NullPointerException E/AndroidRuntime( 2270): at com.andromeda.androbench2.Result$Thread_Benchmark.run(Result.java:949) E/WindowManager( 2270): Activity com.andromeda.androbench2.main has leaked window [email protected] that was originally added here E/WindowManager( 2270): android.view.WindowLeaked: Activity com.andromeda.androbench2.main has leaked window [email protected] that was originally added here E/WindowManager( 2270): at android.view.ViewRootImpl.<init>(ViewRootImpl.java:344) E/WindowManager( 2270): at android.view.WindowManagerImpl.addView(WindowManagerImpl.java:267) E/WindowManager( 2270): at android.view.WindowManagerImpl.addView(WindowManagerImpl.java:215) . . . Other benchmarks complete successfully. Update: Found out that this is due to default Target Partition setting being /data which doesn't exist on my phone. I changed it to /sdcard and Micro run works now. Please fix exception.
Crash It crashes for me right after the 'initializing'
Excellent Confirmed my suspicions regarding my tablet and phone. Knowing is the first step to addressing problems.
It works on my phone but it keeps crashing on my tablet, every time it goes into sequential read, write test. Please correct the problem and i would give it full 5 star rating.
Crashes on testing external sd card Please fix sd card prob
Force close on Nexus 6P stock
Works as expected All tests run as expected, history list useful on Android 5.1.1 Nexus 6.
Unexpected stop The app notify unexpected stop on checking the device.
Can not export results
So old Everything is from so many Android versions ago. Also it doesn't even show comparison to a lot of other phones with overall ratings and name and model numbers. It just gives illegible product numbers, I guess.