I want to access the log files of my tablet (Optima Smart 220, running 4.1.1 Jelly Bean). Also, how do I root this device so I can get the log files?
Where should I begin the hunt for the cause of crashes / reboots when logging apps do not work anymore?
On my Galaxy S3 (I747, rooted stock ROM, 4.1.1 jellybean), there are a number (currently 66) of files in /data with names following the format RS_##.log, where ## is a 1 or 2 digit number, currently ...
I know that Android devices have an on-board adb server. I am able to start the server through the terminal emulator and run adb commands, but the device itself does not show up in the device list. ...
Since aLogcat now no longer works with Jelly Bean, how can I access the system log files on my device without either root access or attaching it to a computer? I have tried using adb logcat from my ...
When using aLogcat to view my Android log files, I find very few messages showing up in any of the views. Selecting Verbose level and no filter, I see that Main contains mostly garbage collection ...
Summary I have been having problems accessing the K9 log messages using aLogcat, see below for more details. What I would like to know is: Why are no log messages from K9 appearing in the aLogcat ...