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who can tell me how to  use  adb to debug a chile process.Usually adb is terminated when thed parent process is ending even a child process is forked.Now I want to debug the child process,and I don't have source code
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If your adb has no option to "follow child" processes, set a breakpoint at the fork() then single-step 'til the child process is visible with ps, then start a new adb attached to the new PID
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