For more information, see the Help Center article about how to deobfuscate crash stack traces.
To convert an obfuscated stack trace to a readable one yourself, use the If you do not specify the stack trace file, the retrace tool reads from standard input.
However, it's important that you do enable code shrinking on your final APK used for testing, because it might introduce bugs if you do not sufficiently customize which code to keep.
For example, the following snippet from a ) is sufficient and Pro Guard removes all—and only—the unused code.
The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act: As part of its archeology program, the National Park Service collaborates with tribes, interprets the past to visitors, and protects archeological sites.
The federal Advisory Council on Historic Preservation assists tribes with critical historic preservation issues, as does the nonprofit National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers.
If code shrinking is important to you while incrementally building your app, try the experimental code shrinker that's built into the Android plugin for Gradle.
This shrinker supports Instant Run, unlike Pro Guard.
When publishing your app on Google Play, you can upload the file for each version of your APK.
Then Google Play will deobfuscate incoming stack traces from user-reported issues so you can review them in the Google Play Console.
However, many situations are difficult for Pro Guard to analyze correctly and it might remove code your app actually needs.
Some examples of when it might incorrectly remove code include: on a class keeps the entire class as-is.
These federally recognized tribes are eligible for funding and services from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, either directly or through contracts, grants, or compacts.