Default Context

The Android SDK automatically enriches context with additional information about the device, system, and release version of your application.

Default Android context helps correlate errors with factors such as specific device types and releases so that you can find the root cause of the problem faster.

Used SDK

  • name
  • version

Operating system

  • name
  • version
  • kernel version
  • whether the application was rooted

Package info

  • Start time of the application
  • Bundle name
  • bundle id
  • version
  • build

Memory size

  • Total available memory on the device
  • Free memory at the moment
  • Whether the memory was low


  • total storage size
  • free storage size
  • total external storage size
  • free external storage size

Device Info

  • Manufacturer
  • Brand
  • Model
  • Model ID
  • Architecture

Battery Level

  • Whether the Device is being charged at the moment
  • Whether the phone was online during the error/crash

Screen info

  • orientation of the screen
  • screen density
  • height pixels
  • width pixels
  • resolution

Emulator indicator

  • Whether the device is an emulator
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