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Quick detection of an ANR issue (Application Not Responding)

How to find out a deadlock is happening?

I recently got struggled with a scenario where my App was blocked for some reason and it never showed a ANR dialog. I discovered it happened due to a specific Deadlock that was not part of my code, and I also found out an interesting option of Android Studio I wanted to share. By using this…

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Francisco Riádigos

Francisco Riádigos

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