Download OsciPrime Oscilloscope apk Dagobert free for Android smartphone

19 Nov
OsciPrime Oscilloscope

Posted by Nexus-Computing in Tools | Nov. 19, 2013 | 16 Comments

Apk file size: 1.1 MB

Open Source Android Oscilloscope

Important Note: By purchasing this application from here, you are supporting the Open Source project (hardware and software), and enable us to constantly keep the application up to date. Also you will always get the most recent updates from us directly. You can download the source code and the application at under GPL.

This is a fully functional Android Oscilloscope. It works with the standard microphone audio input as well as with our USB Oscilloscope. It replaces our legacy version of the "OsciPrime Oscilloscope".

*Best Experience on Tablets or devices with large Screens*

Key Features:
-> Powerful multi-touch functionality in an oscilloscope like never seen before
-> All basic oscilloscope functionality (Trigger, Interleave, Measurement, Attenuation, Offset, etc.)
-> Hardware Ready: With our OsciPrime Oscilloscope hardware, you can measure real voltage sources =>
-> Customization: Measuring in dark environments? Set up your workspace theme-colors as you like to fit your requirements.
-> Export Screenshots to PNG for further use

-> 44100 kHz Mic input Mono
-> USB Oscilloscope 2x 8 bit 6 [Msps/s]
-> for more Info about USB scope specs

Currently working on:
-> Testing and improving Hardware
-> Adding Logging Support for the Android Application
-> Tinkering for an Ubuntu Version of the SW

Information regarding USB Oscilloscope Hardware:
We are currently developing a new hardware board, which we will make available for ordering under

Refunds: You are not happy with our Oscilloscope, or your device does not support feature XY? No problem, we are refunding you even after the standard refund window! Just get in touch with us and we will try our best to resolve the issue or refund you.

Release 19 November 2013
+ Improved Graphics performance by removing unnecessary layer
+ Font size refined to scale better with displays
+ Fixed misbehaving lower bar on 4.4 (Nexus 5)

Release 22 November 2012
+ Calibration Offset is now calculated as float (fixes bug with OsciPrime hardware)

Release 31 October 2012
+ Fixed Nullpointer in Audio Source
+ Added Buffer Preview and Window
+ USB OsciPrime: Uses double the amount of Y-Space now
+ Added xxhdpi graphics

Release 19 October 2012
+ Added debugging Option for manually setting params on the hardware
+ Fixed issue with triggering on falling edge
+ Improved trigger results for low frequencies
+ Fixed notification issue

Release 23 August 2012
+ Temporarily disabled attenuation changed when source not running
+ Added a new offset parameter for every attenuation setting
+ Added option to fetch calibration of the USB scope from our webserver
+ Fixed a bug with the network sink where it would hang until client connects
+ Added option for fullscreen mode (experimental)
+ Added option to stop data acquisition when exiting the application
+ Changed the color palette
+ Changed app name to "OsciPrime" only

Release 27 Jul 2012
+ Redone calibration implementation
+ Handles are now more flexible and easier to add
+ Added Holo Dark Style Checkboxes
+ Added Network Sink and Source (experimental)
+ Added Clipping indication (see settings)
+ Fixed default zoom level for other resolutions
+ Added Button to activate probe compensation for USB
+ Externalized some Strings

Whats new

    Release 19NOV13
    + Improved Graphics performance by removing unnecessary layer
    + Font size refined to scale better with displays
    + Fixed misbehaving lower bar on 4.4 (Nexus 5)
    Release 22NOV12
    + Calibration Offset is now calculated as float (fixes bug with OsciPrime hardware)
    Release 31OCT12
    + Fixed Nullpointer in Audio Source
    + Added Buffer Preview and Window
    + USB OsciPrime: Uses double the amount of Y-Space now
    + Added xxhdpi graphics

Nexus-Computing part of our Tools and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Nov. 19, 2013. Google play rating is 92.1053. Current verison is Dagobert. Actual size 1.1 MB.

Download osciprime-oscilloscope.apk 1.1 MB


Jess Huberd

Great help on problem child. We had a late 2000's Chevy topics that had erratic behavior with both engine and trans. Made a homemade cable from phone Mic input to trans input speed sensor. With a voltage limit/control inline. For being such a crude signal source cable. The graph was great and precise. I was able to take screenshot to prove trans had to come out. Someone had put too long of a bolt in bookbinding. Denting torque converter. The dent showed up on graph even though you couldn't see it when engine barred over.

Ken James

Best to be expected! Well done! Very versatile. UI could use a bit of improvement, one suggestion is to make some of the icons toggle. A better & more descriptive HELP screen within the app, as many capabilities have to be discovered. For those complaining how to use. NOTE; On 1st run... Read the 1st & 2nd screens carefully, BEFORE pressing "Got It" ..They are Help screens, explaining the icons. Helps if you know what & how to use an oscilloscope. TO START - use the "Play/Pause" icon

Tony Wheat

Tony Wheat Looks like great software. but I need some instructions to help me to turn it on and get started using it. How do you keep the signal output on screen to be continuous instead of it stopping automatically stopping after 4 or 5 seconds. Please answer this for me. If it won't do this I would like a refund on my purchase. Tony Wheat

Mike Fleming

FOSS Forever! Great Scope! This is well done software and is a real asset. Much better on tablet than phone, but improving.

Michael Imhoff

Hello...could you please send me the schematics to build a custom external probe thanx. Want it to plug to a samsung galaxy s5 if possible. Thanx again

Carl Slaughter

Does not work as expected I needed to be able to use the mic jack to do ttl testing. This does not allow for it. Perhaps I misunderstood or read to much into the description. Without the usb adapter it is only good for picking up and plotting audio from the built in mic. PLEASE NOTE: This only tested this products ability to monitor TTL logic signals from a serial interface. No other functional testing was done. From: Andreas Rudolf Aug 6, 2013 Dear Mr Slaughter I am writing to you because of your review for the Android Google Play Store application "OsciPrime Oscilloscope". Not long ago, Google has made it possible for developers to publicly reply to user reviews. However, I would rather not reply to this review publicly. My suggestion is that you remove your comment. You can still keep the rating of course. However, it would be a nice thing to rethink your review. After all, it is technically not possible to measure TTL signals over an audio input line, and this is certainly not our fault, neither have we ever indicated or implied such a functionality. We are sorry if there has been any confusion with the product, the OsciPrime software and hardware are both completely open source and we try to ke

Nicholas Italia

Awesome The fact that I can change frequency, zoom in and out, and can view one or both of the channels is great. Also, it is cool I can change the colors as well

Uncle Rick

Surprisingly well made! I have been using oscilloscopes for over 35years. And Digital scopes almost since they first came out. I fully expected this app to have a somewhat less than professional approach, but I was really surprised to see a display that compared quite well with professional equipment I had used before. Excellent app. I do so wish that the hardware portion were more affordable though.

A Google User

Works Great!! Only a VERY rare few test instrument apps give truly useful and accurate data. THIS APP IS ONE OF THEM !

David Gilhawley

Amazing Really nice tool. Came in handy already a few times. Works on all my devices.

A Google User

Won't work on my Galaxy 10.1 Tablet Unfortunately my Samsung tablet does not have a USB Jack.

A Google User

Can't beat the price! I'm an iOS developer; I applaud the software developers for releasing this app. It's simple and effective and it breathes new life into old gear. While I'm sure some people would like more complex features & user interface gimmicks, I'm quite happy with the $5 US price and the fact that it runs on old Android hardware. That gets it 5 stars right there. I ran it on my old Samsung Galaxy Tab - I haven't found a worthwhile use for this device since I bought the darn thing, until now. While it would be nice if all the dialogs fit on the screen (there are a LOT of options on some dialogs and it pushes the DONE button off the screen at times), the fact that I can scroll and still access everything keeps it functional. I plan to use this to teach my kids sound theory along with a homemade Arduino sound synthesizer and an Access Virus TI.

A Google User

A great little tool! I just hooked up a voltage divider like so: Gnd - 2.2KOhm - Mic In - 22KOhm - Test point Works like a charm (you need to use 2.2KOhm to make the phone detect that you are using an external mic). Functionality is basic, but for checking noise on a power rail it's just what the doctor ordered. Well done guys!

A Google User

Very interesting tool

Andrew Goloskof

OsciProme Good, but ability to increase width of trace as well as adding levels of persistence afterglow would be a massive improvement!

Robert Flesher

TEK in a box Exceptionally well done and useful.

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