TargetTimer is a program for Windows that determines what programs and OS services are using the CPU and how much time they are using. A timer is started to "watch" the current activity of the target systems. When the timer times out, the programs or services that are using up CPU cycles are automatically highlighted.
I spent almost 45 minutes figuring out how to check the logcat of the samsung phone to find which process was actively using the wireless network. After putting aside the notion of having no hope of finding the answer, I found that the location bind service was using most of the time. I the source code I noticed that one line was where the problem was coming from for the activity of this service.
TargetServiceConsumers is a simple program that monitors active processes that are spending CPU cycles using the services provided by the target system. The program also tracks the number and duration of each CPU cycle consumed, and reports these results to a log file.The target system is started in background mode and the program is attached to it via a local service. When the CPU starts to incur, the service is instantly created, and all managed by the service. This way, the service incurs in-line with the kernel.
TargetLoader is a very simple program that loads and starts an executable image of the target system. This executable image is saved along with the target kernel as a compressed manifest. The image and kernel are unpacked and the kernel is started using the loader function of the target system.
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