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Debugging on Android
JavlinMartin last edited by
I'm trying to produce an Android application with Debug Symbols so that I can read my crash dumps from Breakpad.
Right now when I try and debug my android app I get this dialog:
"This does not seem to be a "Debug" build.
Setting breakpoints by file name and line number may fail.
Section .debug_info: Not found.
Section .debug_abbrev: Not found.
If I output verbose logs while deploying my application I see this line:
"Stripping libraries to minimize size."
I know there are some issues debugging on android (as you can see in the following link), but I'm currently testing with a KitKat device (Android 4.4).
I'm currently running QT Creator 3.2.2, Qt 5.4, Android NDK r10e. I have also tried different versions of Qt Creator and the Android NDK - but so far, I still have no luck.
- Does anyone else have an android application debugging correctly? If so, what is your setup.
- Is Qt stripping debug symbols for Android - and can I turn this off.
tomaslov last edited by
Please take a look at a previous thread on this: