Install on macOS
Arm Mobile Studio is provided as a dmg package. To mount it, double-click the dmg package and follow the instructions. The directory tree is copied to the Applications folder on your local file system for easy access.
Launch Arm Mobile Studio tools on macOS
Launch the tools directly from the Arm Mobile Studio directory tree in your Applications folder:
- To launch Streamline, go to the
streamlinefolder, and double-click the
Refer to Get started with Streamline for step-by-step instructions on how to capture a performance profile of your application.
- To launch Graphics Analyzer, go to the
graphics_analyzer/guifolder, and double-click the
Refer to Get started with Graphics Analyzer for step-by-step instructions on how to trace an application.
- To launch Performance Advisor:
- Navigate to the
performance_advisordirectory, and double-click the
- Your computer will ask you to allow Performance Advisor to control the Terminal application. Confirm this.
Performance Advisor opens the Terminal application, and sets your PATH environment variable so you can run the
pacommand from any directory.
pa --helpcommand to list all the available command options.
Refer to Get started with Performance Advisor for step-by-step instructions on how to generate a report.
- Navigate to the
- To launch Mali Offline Compiler, navigate to the
mali_offline_compilerdirectory, and double-click the
Mali Offline Compiler opens the Terminal application and sets your PATH environment variable so you can run the
malioccommand from any directory.
malioc --helpoption to list all the available command options.
Note: On some versions of macOS, you might see a message that Mali Offline Compiler is not recognised as an application from an identified developer. To enable Mali Offline Compiler, cancel this message, then open System Preferences > Security & Privacy, and select Allow Anyway for the "malioc" item.