The Package Info App

Complete Info For Packages And Hardware

“Package Info” app is developed to inspect full details of apps / packages in your device. It lists all apps / packages in your device with colour codes, depending on its category i.e. The package belongs to system, installed, bloatware or disabled etc… Category marked with different colours. To get full details of an app / package you have to just click on any package in the list and it will show you its services permissions, activities, receivers, content providers, all libraries, signature and many more informations.

It also gives you full details of hardware like device details, software version, display info, network, battery, storage, sensors, processor CPU etc..

What Problem Does It Solves?

Mobile devices are a part of your life and it is with you all the time, so it is very important to understand what is really inside in it. Application you install from play store and outside may look secure but many of them got many security threats. Also there are many reports OEM, Operators include malware in the device to steal your personal data. Package Info app helps you to inspect what packages are inside your devices and lists most problematic apps, with colour code. Our aim is to make the user aware of this type of stealth attacks put inside your devices.

What Is Unique About The App?

We have added many scanning feature to list suspicious / dangerous apps, start-up apps, apps installed outside play etc. Also we display signature of the apps so that if any tampered apps can be detected easily. It also list full details of hardware and system information of your device.

Why Should You Download The App?

Make your device secure and understand what is inside your device which you are carrying all the time. Also get details of the hardware inside your device. Scan for suspicious apps and list it to you. App is free and no ads, please help by reporting packages you think are dangerous to android users.

What Are The Best Features?

Where’s The Challenge?

There are millions of app in the play store and outside, and it is impossible the user to check whether the apps got any security threat. Google scanning etc … are doing great job but it is not handling the attacks from with in (see the blog in details This app gives you an X-ray view of the package / apps inside your device.

Package Details

If you click on a package from the list you will get full details of that package. The details include Package name, size, package path, installed date, version code, type, signature etc … It also shows full details of elements used in the app, see below list

Button Interface

Hardware Details

The app give you complete details of the device which include “Device Details”, “Android Details”, “Display Info”, “Network Info”, “Battery Info”, “Storage Details”, “Sensor Info”, “CPU Information” and many more.

Advanced FAQ

To unlock full potential of your device, you should carefully consider rooting your device. If you are careful the advantage of rooting is much high than its side effects. There are lots of help available on Internet to safely root your phone

System applications are signed with system keys, so the best way to list system app is to select one system app (e.g. Android System) and double click on it. Now click on “Show list” button

Similarly you can list all apps signed by Google / OEMs keys by selecting one of their app and click “Show list” button

How My App Get System Permission

Permission protection levels can be one of four following values:

Type Value Description
normal 0×0 The default value for a permission
dangerous 0×1 Indicates that this permission has the ability to access some potentially sensitive information or perform actions on the device
signature 0×2 Indicates that this permission can only be granted to another application that was signed with the same certificate as the application that defined the permission
signatureOrSystem 0×3 This is the same as the signature protection level, except that the permission can also be requested by an application that came with the Android system image