Allocaton Tracker - "This monitor is disabled"


#1

… 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.


#2

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?

Update:

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

Ethan Stark


#3

Android Monitor is not user-friendly. Neither is Layout Inspector.
Any tips on your favorite way of configuring Android Monitor?


#4

well, maybe you should try any other programme?