How do you locate memory leaks of your app in Android studio?
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- February 6, 2019 at 12:57 pm #53256
Android Studio is using Android Device Manager (ADM), this ADM is employed to locate the memory leaks in the Android platform.
When you initiate ADM in the Android Studio then on the left-hand side of the ADM, you will notice your device emulator in which a heap sign will be displayed. When you are working on any mobile app then you will see the heap size, memory analysis and other statistics displayed on it.
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