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These is the list of crash snapshot properties. They appear in the crash snapshot list and the crash snapshots themselves.

  • Mobile App Name: the name of the app that crashed
  • Mobile App Version: the version string of the crashed application
  • App Crash Time: timestamp when the crash occurred, based on the mobile device's clock
  • Device/Manufacturer: model or manufacturer name of the mobile device on which the crash occurred
  • OS Version: operating system version of the mobile device on which the crash occurred
  • Country: the originating country
  • Carrier: name of the mobile carrier
  • Connection Type: active connection type at the time of the crash,  if known. 
  • Crash id: unique identifier for the crash
  • Exception Name/Codes: name of the fatal signal (iOS) or uncaught exception (Android) associated with the crash
  • Crashed Function: name of the topmost function on the crashed thread's callstack. If this function is an Objective-C method, this name includes the class name. For Android, this name is the fully qualified name of the topmost method on the uncaught exception's stack trace.
  • Crashed File/Line: name of the source file containing the crashed function, with the line number, if available 
  • Symbolicated: For iOS. True if this crash report has been matched with a dSym file and symbolicated; false otherwise.
    The application must have been compiled with the Debugging Information Format set to "DWARF with dSYM File" for a crash report to exist. See Uploading the dSYM File and Get Human-Readable Crash Snapshots.  List only.
  • Deobfuscated: For Android: True if this crash report has been matched with a ProGuard mapping file and deobfuscated; false otherwise.
    See Uploading the ProGuard Mapping File and Get Human-Readable Crash Snapshots. A false value for this property does necessarily indicate that the crash report will not be human-readable since it is possible that the application in question was not obfuscated. List only.
  • Archived: whether this snapshot has been archived
  • Request Timestamp: when the request was initiated. Snapshot only.
  • Connection Type: active connection type at the time of the crash, if known. Snapshot only.