I’ve been writing and updating Status Report (available on the Play Store) since 2014. It’s a multi-functional or all-in-one tool for checking the sensors and details of your Android device. You can also use the app to scan Bluetooth and WiFi devices in your local proximity. The information you find can be shared using the share button with other apps like Gmail and other Android apps. The app was written in Java within the IntelliJ environment.
Lookup your current Android version
View your hardware details
Check your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Number
Check your SIM Serial Number
Lookup your Internet IP address
Scan and share nearby Bluetooth and WiFi devices with an associated position (latitude and longitude). Share this data via Gmail, Facebook, Twitter or other apps.
Cell and Neighbouring Cell information
WiFi details (MAC, SSID, Link Speed, Lease, DNS and router information)
Get position (GPS and Network) and satellite information
View your position as provided by the location stack
Access CPU and Bootloader information
Access Runtime data
View Memory and Storage information (e.g. Heap details)
Check your battery health, voltages and temperature
Check your battery type (e.g. Li-Ion)
Status Report is also extremely useful if you’re attempting to ROM (e.g. Cyanogen) your device, providing information about the build and device details which allow you to choose the correct distribution. The app doesn’t require root or su activation to access the data presented.