How to read crash dump of Android

by koba » Sat, 14 May 2011 21:35:17 GMT

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 Hi, I wrote about crash dump in my blog.

objdump -S is useful to see source code from object.

"How to read crash dump of Android" 

crash dump is generated by debuggerd.

"debuggerd of Android" 


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