Download OsciPrime Oscilloscope Legacy apk Varies with device free for Android smartphone
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*Important Note*: Thank you all for your incredible support. We are taking the OsciPrime Oscilloscope one step further. The new application on the market ( http://goo.gl/UhgYf ) will have all the features plus new multi touch support and is also available as Open Source under http://www.osciprime.com .
This is the Open Source Oscilloscope based on the Bachelor Thesis "Using Android in Industrial Automation" of the University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland.
Note that this application is written for an embedded system for high speed data acquisition (runs on the Beagleboard) and this is a port to the phone/tablet platform.
It will use the microphone as input source, "USB" will only work with the hardware board from our project.
For more information about the project visit
-> (NEW) Tablet support
-> Mic Input, only working mono 44100[Hz] at the moment.
-> Cursor, Trigger, Offset
-> If you want to use it with our board (schematic at http://android.serverbox.ch) up to dual 6 [Msps], 8 bit A/D, no root needed :).
Tested on Nexus S, HTC Magic, LG P500 and Acer A500 3.1 Tab
If you want to add your own features feel free to download the and compile the source:
+ New version of the oscilloscope available in the market: goo.gl/UhgYf and open source under http://www.osciprime.com
+ Fix: Popup of the new version is not showing constantly now, sorry about that!
Added a Tablet Version with UI overhaul
If you decide to use the hardware from our project you can now connect to it without the requirement of root
The Version is available for API level 11+ (Honeycomb)
Nexus-Computing part of our Tools and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update June 21, 2012. Google play rating is 77.9618. Current verison is Varies with device. Actual size 0 bytes.
Nifty Took me a while to figure out how to turn it on. To display audio waveform via microphone: Menu, [ S ], Source Selection: Audio
good tool - I don't have the same screen as ' screenshuts' here, I don't have control on signal,
Good Good, but confusing.
Seems promising But not working with a tablet
Gfggfg Wtf,didnt even have time to figure how that work if it work.
Nice instrument Working proper by microphone
Not useful Not possible to select different axis ranges. There are better free osciloscopes
Just a bait n switch
No save option
great idea It seems amazing to have so much in one place,good luck with the hardware.
Decent oscilloscope! I got this as my school's CRO was damaged and I needed to teach a lesson on sound waves. Needless to say it does its job well but it would be good if you could change background colour for higher contrast.
Great teaching aid. I used this to illustrate to my six year old that sounds are waves. Thank you.
Cool but need improvement Missing the most essential feature of showing the frequency/division. Impossible to know what I am actually measuring. The "t:340" label is not help either. Second: A great idea is to build a frequency down-converter probe so we can measure more than 22 KHz with audio port!
Expert electronics tech thanks u Will investigate your board offering, nice audio input feature. Works well on Samsung Galaxy S II
Pointless I guess with time this could be a great little app. As it stands though it is completely pointless. No units, scale, or clue.
Built an isolated circuit for use with the headphone Jack on my optimus v, works well! Only compliaint is the timebase and inability to record data
Awesome first step! I'm an EE and have been waiting for an app like this. It showcases what is possible but needs the ability to trigger and change scales.
Would be better if you could change the timebase and the gain manually, but otherwise works well. I might make a little circuit so I can probe. HD2
Tried on Galaxy S Samples audio but no obvious controls eg timebase, no instruction list
Works well on wildfire s. Good basic audio oscillo. Some documentation would be nice...
Look forward to seeing this develope. BF.
Really nice start to a good app. Needs some improvement, better time division selection, a multimeter mode, a one shot trigger, stereo audio input.
Good basic design, but needs improvement This is a usable oscilloscope, however there is room for improvement, otherwise a good all round easy to use effort.
No instructions No info on how to use this at all ... no specs nothing... I realize all phone are different but you could at least say that .... it also isn't intuitive on how to change the range or the time scale ... also all the menu options use abreviations that dont make any sense ... long story short this app sucks and the basics are too hard to understand and you'll be spending more time figuring it out than actually using it
Great App! I have been trying to get the others to work for me through some wires I soldered to headphone plug. This one works great for me to test audio circuits I am building.
might work, i dont know every time i press a button or rotate the phone it just spams a big blue advertisement for the new version. incredibly frustrating. uninstalled
Useless Cannot leave the menus without having to quit the app. There's no documentation or manual on how to use the thing. Very poor.
Clipping head unit Can you use this ap with a rca to head phone jack to measure clipping in a car head unit?
Best free oscilloscope bar none! It is quite basic and underdocumented but does the job and there are no ads!
Nice But better triggering control needed.
Confusing How to use this ?
Impoverished. I want to see oscillation my Bluetooth Mic.
Suggestion: Providing a user manual would be better. Your app helped me to justify the use of contents in audiobuffer[i] to be used as amplitude. Thanks.
Definately bad controls. I don't understand what the sliders do. Experience with a real oscilloscope should not be required.
Wireless microphone Wireless microphone working on apps