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Android Build a Blog Reader Android App Getting Data from the Web Moving Work from the Main Thread to an AsyncTask

Darrius Taylor
Darrius Taylor
1,934 Points

When using LogCat, I'm only able to see information when I'm using "No Filter". Any idea why?

When I switch over to com.domain.blogreader no information is displayed even though I have Log.i(Tag, String) and Log.e(Tag, String).

Using Android Studio.

2 Answers

Does your TAG string look like this ?

public static final String TAG = MainActivity.class.getSimpleName();
Darrius Taylor
Darrius Taylor
1,934 Points

It does. When I hit run, the Logger doesn't display anything in the log but I found when I clicked run with debugger it does. I didn't think that was required. (I believe in Android Studio you have to run with debugger if you are having this issue.)