… trying the Challenge exploring Allocation Tracking. On calling up the Android Monitor/Monitors tab, I can’t seem to find out how to enable the monitor - I have “This monitor is disabled” in all the areas: Memory, CPU, Network, etc. Hitting the Stop/Start button does nothing (scrolling is going on, but no activity). I’ve searched through all settings, and can’t seem to find out to enable the tracking.
ou can Simply Go To Tools > Android > Android Device Monitor in That Monitor you can find tabs like System Information or Heap. Is this answer your question?
another way you can have it. like this
Eclipse Preferences (OSX) > Android > DDMS > check Thread Updates Enabled by Default
Add Android Device view to get device pan(e) noted above
Set android:debuggable=true (two g’s) in app tag as noted above
Run your app in emulator
Select device in device pane
Click the update threads button
Android Monitor is not user-friendly. Neither is Layout Inspector.
Any tips on your favorite way of configuring Android Monitor?
well, maybe you should try any other programme?