I'm doing continuous (every 0.5s) current measurements with a 34461A on an Android device. The multimeter somehow interferes with the device so it reboots. For one device it's when it's booting, for another one it's when I turn off the screen.
I posted on xda-developers too as this can be a software issue that I could override but I want to understand the hardware interference that causes it to trigger.
So in essence: what's the built-in resistance of the DCI mode and why it could interfere with the circuit? Also, is there a way to circumvent the underlying issue?