Step through a release version in Android

Is it possible to debug a signed release of one's application on a commercial Android device that cannot be modified? One which does not have with debuggable = "true".

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Yes it is possible. However, the application must have android:debuggable="true" in its manifest file.

Here is a similar question that gives you more detail.


If you can connect to the device with the debugger, than once the application is running it doesn't matter if it was from a signed apk, you can try to attach the debugger to the application process.


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