Android :: Debugging On My Phone

Oct 27, 2010

I want to run and debug my Android apps on my HTC Incredible.Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port. Windows will detect the device and launch the Hardware Update Wizard".But it doesn't.When I connect my phone it's visible as a drive letter and its SD card is visible as a second drive letter and I can transfer files.But Hardware Update Wizard doesn't launch. Nor is it already connected if I go to my SDK tools directory and do "adb devices" it returns blank.So what do I have to do to debug on my phone?

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Nov 29, 2009

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Apr 20, 2010

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Aug 2, 2010

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May 15, 2009

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I've many times debugged my Java EE code running on Tomcat and JBoss quite effectivley with Eclipse, but I'm running into a brick wall debugging an Android app on the Droid. I think I have to debug on the device and not the AVM because the app interacts with MapView, GPS, etc. Maybe I need to use the AVM to effectively debug?What happens is I get NullPointerException or ArrayOutOfBoundsException in the main thread at something like ViewRoot.draw(boolean) line: 1373. Of course, by default, the source won't be found. So I downloaded the source with Git and pointed Eclipse at it. However, I think I don't have the right source, because the line is that the exception appears to have been thrown from is not completely relevant. How can I be sure I'm using the correct source code for debugging the Droid? After writing this, I've found that although Eclipse is not displaying the little green dot when I set a breakpoint in the Andorid code, it does show up in the breakpoint view and I can step through the code. Not sure if this helps me. Is it perhaps my ignorance of Dalvik and/or debugging threaded code?

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