I'm trying to profile a Unity application using Streamline on a Samsung A20e. However I'm stuck in the process, because gatord is refusing to copy to the target app directory.
Steps I have done:
-Build a development build of the app (Also tried to set it explicitly to debuggable in the manifest)
-Deploy the app on the phone
-Run the app
-Close the app
-execute gatorme.bat (this is the default gatorme.bat from github)
I'm calling gatorme.bat like this:
gatorme.bat com.replaced.replaced G71 ./bin/gatord
gatorme.bat fails on the following line:
adb shell run-as com.replaced.replaced cp /data/local/tmp/gatord /data/data/com.replaced.replaced/
With this error message:
cp: Skipped dir '/data/data/com.replaced.replaced//gatord': No such file or directory
Stuff I tried that didn't fix the problem:
-Fix the double slashes in the path.
-Make the app explicitly debuggable in AndroidManifest.xml
-Copy gatord by hand to Android/data/com.replaced.replaced (but I'm guessing this isn't the same path)
Any help would be welcome!
Hi Floris, The gatorme.bat script is quite old, and has since been replaced.
With Mobile Studio 2020.3 you can directly connect to devices via the tool GUI. Can you try that and let us know how you get on?If you need command line there is a command line Python utility (gator_me.py) which replaces the bat script you have. This is shipped in the tool install, or can be grabbed from GitHub (https://github.com/ARM-software/gator/blob/master/gator_me.py).
Kind regards, Pete
(P.S. I moved your post to the Graphics and Gaming forum)
Got it working with gator_me.py. Thx.
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