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Android Build a Simple Android App Testing and Debugging The Android Log

Osvaldo Restrepo
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Osvaldo Restrepo
Courses Plus Student 483 Points

The Android Log.d

I did everything step by step. But when I look in the logcat, the message doesn't appear. And yes, I applied the "No Filters", I typed perfectly the message in the search box, the import android.util.Log is included... Can anybody tell me what happens?

2 Answers

Suleyman Orazgulyyev
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Suleyman Orazgulyyev
Courses Plus Student 5,798 Points

You can try to search for your TAG, change your TAG to something particular, like bananas, and search for it, and try to choose "Debug" in the dropdown list which is left of the search field.

I had the same problem. On the left of "com.teamtreehouse.funfacts" in Android Monitor I changed the Emulator in the drop-down list. It helped me and I saw my log.