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Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy"
Thank you for answering the post, solid.

AFAICS, one variant of the Samsung Galaxy A5 is SM-A520F with an accelerometer rate of 200 Hz, however, there are quite some Android devices with about 500 HZ. If you select an entry in the table at, you could get more detailed data. For the SM-A520F you find, for instance,

Accelerometer: Available
Name K6DS3TR Accelerometer
Vendor STM
Range 78 m/s²
Resolution 0.0024 m/s²
Rate 195.4 Hz

Technically, there are different modes for the accelerometers with varying ranges, resolutions, and rates. There is no way to change these by the smartphone OS API though. Typical ranges are 8 or 16g…

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Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy" - by Don H - 11-01-2021, 12:35 AM
RE: Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy" - by Jens Noritzsch - 11-03-2021, 11:09 AM

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