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3C Toolbox - Getting started

- many howto guides below -

After installing 3C Toolbox for the first time, opening the app will display a tabbed main screen containing 5 tabs, centered on the middle one as shown in this screenshot.

 

The very first tab on the middle allows you to request assistance, update translation, search online help (Help and Support) as well as configure every features of the app, starting with the UI (theming for example as in below screenshot), notifications, widgets, active tweaks, etc.

From there on the right you have some tools (explorer, terminal, memory cleaner, system logs, firewall and reboot for rooted devices) that can be used on a daily basis to explore your SD card or Linux file system.

Next tab on the right allows you to look at app statistics since unplugged or charged. This is a key feature to discover which app is draining your battery. It also contains the device recorder which can be set to record anything happening on your device: from apps consuming CPU or network, to component (wifi, bt, etc) states. You can actually configure it directly from there. And lasts are 2 information popups to have a quick look at battery or CPU.

 

The first tab on the left contains all 7 managers, from task, app, battery, network, devicecpu and system managers. They control respective components of your device. Task manager is probably the mostly used. For battery manager if you intend to use it, I suggest you go in battery settings and enabled permanent battery monitoring, consumes 2 seconds a day in average and will enable all battery information and further battery control (markers for ROM changes, plug events, boot, etc…).

Next tab on the left is about key optimization/tweaks for rooted devices, with the first button allowing you to create a CWM restore package in case of trouble, should CWM be installed.



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