> It also provides hardware component level breakdown of each app.
It is also only accurate for the Nexus One, last I checked.
That is true. Its still the same. But then as a developer (assuming u have the N1), would'nt getting power consumption details on one model still give u a fair and reasonably consistent view of how it would perform on most models ? If the intent is to understand the consumption pattern of ones application, this is reasonably good enough right ?
A better solution is the Qualcomm MDP and their Trepn software, but
this is rather expensive.
Looks like the Trepn profiler is currently being redesigned and is not available (https://developer.qualcomm.com/mobile-development/development-devices/trepn-profiler), but then as u mentioned it needs to be used with their expensive MDP devices.
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