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For Android developers, Application Not Responding (ANR) errors can be quite challenging to resolve. Often, there’s no insight provided into why ANR errors are occurring, and developers lack visibility to trace the source. Great news - Duncan Hewett, VP of Product at Bugsnag, reveals how to automatically detect ANR scenarios from inside the code.
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We compiled a few tips on how to leverage the diagnostics in your error reports to investigate ANR root causes. Discover how to identify clues from your stack traces and extrapolate patterns in user interactions and ANR crashes through breadcrumbs. Plus, we show you how to distill ANRs to the most commonly affected devices with device level diagnostics. You’ll want to start using these tricks right away.