Just like before an airplane crash, Shake records a detailed environment profile covering the last 60 seconds before a bug was submitted.
Black box includes device and app data, like memory load and connectivity status. You'll find the charts right below the screenshot:
What do the charts show?
This line chart shows the CPU usage of your app. When you hover over the chart, your app's exact CPU load is shown as a percentage of the total available CPU. We account for multi-threading — your percentage can go above 100% which would mean multiple threads were very busy.
Your app's CPU usage is captured every 0.5 seconds.
Device memory usage
This line chart shows the device's total memory usage. When you hover over the chart, the usage percentage, as well as the exact memory usage over the total amount of memory available, is shown, for example: 9% • 224 out of 2464 MB.
Device memory usage is captured every 0.5 seconds.
App memory usage
This line chart shows your app's memory usage. When you hover over the chart, the total memory usage of your app is shown, for example: 122 MB.
Your app's memory usage is captured every 0.5 seconds.
This chart shows the connectivity details of the device. When you hover over the chart, connectivity details are shown such as WiFi name, cellular connectivity type (GPRS, Edge, 3G, LTE or CDMA) and "Offline" if there was no network connectivity.
- WiFi • Office_Network_Name
- Cellular 3G
Device connectivity details are captured every 2 seconds.
This chart shows the orientation state of your app, such as whether the app is in portrait or landscape mode. When you hover over the chart, the exact state is shown.
App orientation is captured every 2 seconds.
Enabling and disabling
Black box is enabled by default, however, you can use the method below to disable it: