Download Settings Debugger apk 1.0.2 free for Android smartphone

22 May
Settings Debugger

Posted by Lucas Grünberger in Tools | May 22, 2013 | 6 Comments

Apk file size: 1.2 MB

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Debug your Sqlite Databases.
Debug your Shared Preferences.
Try to hack your own app via changing settings.

Features:
Browse all your installed apps, see every setting-file, the app uses.
Browse, inspect and debug SQLite databases and shared preferences files.
Kill the app, quick uninstall the app, or even quick clear the files.
Start viewing the content of the file / database simply by clicking the button with the given filename.

Shared Preferences:
Easily change the values of the shared prefs.
NOTE: all values are typesafe!
Delete a preference entry, simply by using the "swipe to dismiss" pattern.
Or delete the whole shared prefs file.

SQLite Databases:
Raw query the SQLite databases (eg SQL statement over several tables)
Long click the table / index / trigger / view to see the create statement
Edit / Delete / Copy a row simply by selecting the desired row and use the actionbar options (menu options)
- supports multiple delete rows (by long click)
Add a new row from scratch.
NOTE: all values are typesafe!
Select columns you want to see.
Create a custom order.


Used Permissions:
check license via Google Licensing:
* com.android.vending.CHECK_LICENSE
* android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
superUser:
* android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER

Whats new

    1.0.2
    * fixed SQLite database could not be opened.
    1.0.1
    fixed several force closes:
    * open database (on restore of the activity)
    * out of memory in the start activity (app icons)
    * reading from the database

Lucas Grünberger part of our Tools and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update May 22, 2013. Google play rating is 97.7778. Current verison is 1.0.2. Actual size 1.2 MB.

Download settings-debugger.apk 1.2 MB

6 Comments

Keith Hall

Superb Great app for manually tweaking settings, clearing histories etc. Would like to see an option to open the "files" folder for an app in the default file manager (I'm assuming this is possible, presumably with intents)

Sheldon Pacheco

Worth every penny.. This is by far the most powerful app settings editor, does what i hope it would, its missing a few things but its minor, keep up the great work.

Christophe Versieux

Great job Nice and usefull

Andrew Tunnecliffe

Does what it says it will do

Christophe Versieux

Great job Nice and usefull!

Oliver B

String sets in shared prefs are broken

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