DDMS in Android Studio
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- January 9, 2019 at 3:18 pm #51841
Android Studio has debugging tool known as DDMS i.e. Dalvik Debug Monitor Server.
It has extensive debugging features which include:
– Port forwarding services.
– Screen capture on the device.
– Thread and Load information.
– Incoming call and SMS spoofing.
– Radio state information.
– Location data spoofing.
DDMS is integrated with the Android studio. To launch the DDMS, you need to open the Android Device Monitor (ADM) first and then click on the DDMS menu button. Once DDMS is launched, then on the left-hand side the list of connected devices are displayed along with the processes which are running on the specific device.
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