Logging is the process by which the system records what's going on - i.e. events, errors, warnings, and related information. Most apps provide details in log files, so the system logs help to debug problems.

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Enabling logcat in a ROM that has it disabled

I'm running Liquid Smooth 3.2 on my Motorola Droid 1. This ROM comes with logcat disabled (/dev/log/main doesn't exist). I tried starting the logcat service myself by adding the following to ...
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How can I log the start and stop connection with known WI-FI networks

At the end of a week , I would like to see a log for each connection with a (known) WI-FI network I made with my Galaxy phone. I automatically connect to different networks. It would be nice to see ...
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Is it possible to track what information on your phone an app is uploading?

If you are concerned about what information an app is sending about you (your privacy concerns) is there any way of tracking this? Can you see if an app is sending photos on your phone? Can you see if ...
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Is there a way to read a network log file directly from the Android device using a Linux tail command like?

Is there a way to do what's asked in the topic subject for unrooted and/or rooted phones? I'd like to read from a system log file instead of constantly listening the network activity for battery ...
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How can I view and examine the Android log?

There is a lot of interesting stuff in the Android system log, that is helpful in many ways find root causes of problems identify misbehaving apps How can I view and examine the Android log?
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Why does the Ebay application automatically startup at boot?

I can't find a good reason that this application must always be running on my phone. However, it starts at boot and I'm constantly getting error traces in Logcat about the Ebay application. Why does ...
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How can I record touches?

Is there an existing app I can install that will record my touch interactions in the background? I just saw this and it made me want to play around with my touch data to see what it looked like. ...
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Are there any log files you can examine do determine why an unrooted Android device is rebooting repeatedly? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where are log files located on Android? Yesterday evening I left wi-fi enabled overnight. This morning I found my Archos 101 rebooting over and over again (eating up the ...
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HTTP Connection refused ! _ BASIC question

I am using my Android to talk to my wamp server . I am sending bits via http connection to a script on /www/ directory. But in logcat, i am getting the foll, error ; ~error in http connection ...
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Is there a program which will log each program I start on my Android device?

I am looking for a program that will count each start of a program on my Android device. Over time, you install quit a lot of programs. It would be nice to see how many times you actually start ...
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How can I keep track of all types of contact interactions in one place?

I'd like to record the interactions with different companies (e.g., the cable company) and document my interaction with them by recording the phone calls, uploading photos/pdfs of paperwork and set ...
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Android Log Output KINETO

On my T mobile G2 there is always a lot of action in my Log output that has the tag KINETO these are the two most common things it puts in there: ERROR/KINETO(9304): KLOG0C3- xmk_QueryOSQueue SDL ...
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Does logcat dump debug logs while it isn't expressly running?

my android device reboots itself automatically sometimes,so i need to get a way to debug whats causing that. i know about logcat,but what about the debug msgs when logcat isnt running,does logcat ...
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Does access to logcat need root?

My device is already rooted, this is why I'm asking. Do you need root to monitor the logcat stream on the phone? If I ran the logcat command from within a Terminal on the phone, would that work?
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Where are log files located on Android? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I view and examine the Android log? My android (2.1) phone (a HTC Wildfire, if that matters) sometimes reboots without an apparent reason. Not extremely ...