Like many other issue trackers at Google, we’re upgrading our Android Open
Source Project (AOSP) issue tracking system to Issue Tracker. We are
hoping to facilitate a better collaboration between our developers and our
Android product teams by using a tool we use internally at Google to track bugs
and feature requests during product development.
Starting today, all issues formerly at code.google.com/p/android/issues
will migrate to Issue Tracker under the Android
Public Tracker component. You may have noticed that we are already using the
new tool to collect feedback on the O Developer
What has been migrated
open and closed issues you’ve filed
your starred issues
issues you’ve commented on
Getting started with Issue Tracker
You can learn more about navigating our Issue Tracker from our developer documentation.
By default, Issue Tracker displays only the issues assigned to you. You can
that to show a hotlist of your choice, a bookmark group, or a saved search.
You can also adjust
notification settings by clicking the gear icon in the top right corner and
The mappings in Issue Tracker are also slightly different than code.google.com
so make sure to check out Life of a Bug to
learn more about what the various statuses mean.
Searching for component specific issues
Opening a code.google.com issue link will automatically redirect you to the new
system. We’ve cleaned up some of the spam, but you’ll be able to find all of the
other issues from code.google.com in Issue Tracker, including any
issue you’ve reported, commented on, or starred.
You can view all reported Android issues in the Android
Public Tracker component and drill down to see reported issues for specific
categories of issues, such as Tools and Support Libraries, by searching
for specific components.
Filing a bug or feature request
Before filing a new issue, please check if it is already reported in the issues list. Let us know what issues are important to you by starring
an existing issue.
Submitting a new issue is easy. Once you click “Create Issue”, search for the
appropriate component for your issue. Alternatively, you can just follow the
correct issue creation link for each component listed in Report Bugs.
Here’s some helpful links to get you started!
Navigating and creating issues in the Android component
Navigating Google Issue Tracker
Google Issue Tracker announcements for other products
Android Developers Blog