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Here my application "com.android.hello" calls a core library "libvt.so" through JNI call. There is a segmentation fault in "libvt.so". When executed I get the following log What I see is some Hex value followed by a library name. #00 pc afe0d24c /system/lib/libc.so

Also there is a Stack section 01-01 00:02:57.800: INFO/DEBUG(1600): stack: 01-01 00:02:57.800: INFO/DEBUG(1600):bef2e570 bef2e604 [stack] 01-01 00:02:57.810: INFO/DEBUG(1600):bef2e574 afe0a333 /system/ lib/libc.so

This too gives similar information. I am looking for little more informations rather than Hex values. Like the backtrace feature where the stack hex values is mapped to the function names and function names are visible.

Please provide information how to see the function names in stack rather than Hex values. Is ther any compiler options needs to be updated? Any makefile to be updated to enable backtrace?

Android :: Stack trace gives Hex values not function names when core library crashes


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