System

$$SYEXEC xxx$
Use SYEXEC for execution shell command and print output to widget.
More info here
$$SYSR:path$
$$SYSRxyformat$
Shows total and free space for any device on Android
$$SYSR:path$ sets path to device for current context
$$SYSRxyformat$ shows total and free space for current context
More info here
$$SYMC$
By default $$SYMC$ shows the volume label of SD card
$$SYMC$ has extented form: $$SYMC:param$, where param can be one of:
cid, csd, date, fwrev, hwrev, manfid, name, oemid, scr, serial, type, uevent
$$SYMF$
Shows the Free RAM
$$SYF.$
Shows current date and time
For example:
$$SYF.MM/dd/yy h:mmaa$ shows “04/06/70 3:23am”
$$SYF.MMM dd, yyyy h:mmaa$ shows “Apr 6, 1970 3:23am”
$$SYF.MMMM dd, yyyy h:mmaa$ shows “April 6, 1970 3:23am”
$$SYF.E, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mmaa$ shows “Mon, April 6, 1970 3:23am”
$$SYF.EEEE, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mmaa$ shows “Monday, April 6, 1970 3:23am”
$$SYCPUFR$

Current CPU frequency

You can change filename in the widget config in category “CPU frequency”.
Also you must be sure, that permissions allows read this file to anyone.

$$SYCPUzc$

CPU utilization

z is
U for user processes
S for system processes
D for idle cycles

c is a number of CPU core. May be null.

Examples:
$$SYCPUU$ shows CPU load by user processes for all cores.
$$SYCPUU0$ shows load on 0 core
$$SYCPUU1$ shows load on 1 core

$$SYSTT$
Total Storage
$$SYSTF$
Free Storage
$$SYSDT$
Total SDCard
$$SYSDF$
Free SDCard
$$SYSTT1$
Total Storage. One digit.
$$SYSTF1$
Free Storage. One digit.
$$SYSDT1$
Total SDCard. One digit.
$$SYSDF1$
Free SDCard. One digit.
$$SYSTT2$
Total Storage. Two digits.
$$SYSTF2$
Free Storage. Two digits.
$$SYSDT2$
Total SDCard. Two digits.
$$SYSDF2$
Free SDCard. Two digits.
$$SYCD$
Day
$$SYCM$
Month
$$SYCY$
Year
$$SYCH24$
Hour 24
$$SYCH$
Hour
$$SYCMI$
Minutes
$$SYCXM$
Show am/pm
Available with PRO version