You may refer below link. It gives you all the steps involved in mobile
proxy settings and details about JMeter test on mobile app.
I followed the above url for one of my mobile application Performance
On Feb 14, 2018 15:21, "sachin Dhote" <sjdh...@gmail.com> wrote:
Before asking a query, I will elaborate what I am trying to test;
I want to test the native mobile app performance using J-meter. I am using
Redmi Note 4 android mobile for testing.
I configured the proxy server on my mobile as below;
1. Disconnected the Mobile date and Wi-fi data is ON
2. Installed the J-meter certificate on my mobile.
3. Select the Wi-fi Network and in advance setting I configured the
host name and proxy as 8080( Same proxy which I put in J-meter HTTPS test
4. Then start the proxy server.
5. Try to login to my application.
Result: Internet connection gets lost and I am not able to login to the
Application. When I open Google app in chrome browser then I am getting an
error . Refer attached images for more details(‘Google Chrome_Error_After
Running Proxy server.png’ and ‘Google Chrome_Error_more details.png’)
Then I followed the steps mention on “https://vmokshagroup.com/
blog/how-to-test-native-app-performance-using-apache-jmeter/” url if
I mam testing
from behind a firewall/proxy server.
This time also same result is coming which I mentioned above.
Could you please assist me in resolving this problem, what could be the
*After doing proxy setting on mobile and before running proxy server I
tried to open www.google.com <http://www.google.com> web site then it give
error as below;*
*“You are offline.*
*There is something wrong with the proxy server, or the address is
*Contacting the system admin.*
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