android – Crashlytics deprecated method disabled()-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error:

When using Crashlytics + Fabric for Android there is a really easy way to enable and disable crash reporting. I use it so during development and testing there aren’t a ton of crashes alerting everyone.

Crashlytics crashlytics = new Crashlytics.Builder().disabled(true).build();

The disabled(boolean) method is now deprecated. Does anyone know what the replacement is for disabling and enabling crashlytics programmatically?

How to solve:

Mike from Crashlytics and Fabric here.

Here’s what you want to use depending on your preference:

CrashlyticsCore core = new CrashlyticsCore.Builder().disabled(BuildConfig.DEBUG).build();
Fabric.with(this, new Crashlytics.Builder().core(core).build());


Fabric.with(this, new Crashlytics.Builder().core(new CrashlyticsCore.Builder().disabled(BuildConfig.DEBUG).build()).build());

See CrashlyticsCore.Builder#disabled documentation.

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