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Android: how to use Tracer for OpenGL ES for window which is added in a service?

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I am working on create some window that is create in a service and got some UI problem recently. The difficult thing is that I cant use the Tracer for OpenGL ES tool because I cannot specify an Activity, so What should I do to trace the frame in my window?

posted May 15, 2016 by anonymous

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To run Tracer in Device Monitor:

1-Start the Android Device Monitor tool.
2-Activate the perspective for Tracer by choosing Window > Open Perspective...
3-Select Tracer for OpenGL ES and click OK.
and for further information go to this link
https://developer.android.com/studio/profile/gltracer.html#generating

answer May 18, 2016 by Hasan Raza
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