Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Show CPU usage on Android screen only when enabling developer option in android nougat 7.0 & 7.1. When turning on Android 7 show CPU usage, screen overlay showing the current CPU usage on the top of the screen which looks like com.android.systemUI. It’s easy to enable show CPU usage nougat 7.0 & 7.1 using developer option in android device.
You can check CPU usage & RAM usage using the monitoring section in developer mode. Other options include in the monitoring section is a strict mode and profile GPU rendering. Follow the below-given step by step guide to finding out which app usage more CPU usage on Android 7.1.2 and Marshmallow 6.0 devices.
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How to Check CPU Usage Android 7.1 Nougat and Marshmallow 6.0
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
First of all, check the developer option is available under the system section. If hidden developer mode in your android device, follow below settings to enable it.
Settings > System > about phone > Tap “Build number” 7 times
Now developer option is seen in the system section.
Step 2: Tap “Developer options” under the system section.
By default turn off developer options in your android phone or tablet devices.
Step 3: Turn the toggle on & press “OK” to enable developer options.
Various sections are available in developer mode including debugging, networking, drawing, hardware-accelerated rendering, media, apps, and more sections.
Scroll down until you see the “Monitoring” section. You can see the “show CPU usage” option. By default turn off show CPU usage in android device.
Step 5: Enable show CPU usage nougat & marshmallow.
You can view the above the screen that showing current CPU usage on top of the screen. That’s all about CPU usage in developer mode. Other useful settings available in developer option is USB debugging, demo mode, logger buffer size, USB configuration settings, pointer location, Force RTL layout direction, Windows animation scale, Force GPU rendering, inactive apps, background process limit and more.
Check App Memory Usage Data on Android 8.1
Settings > Apps & notifications > App info > Select app > Memory
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Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Running services > App RAM usage data
Check Memory Usage By Apps In Android 10
Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Memory > Memory used by apps
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