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Neither of those will help you. The log in Android isn't written to disk: it's stored in a ring buffer in memory, and is lost when the device reboots.
You can use this command on Linux: adb shell logcat | grep install for install app see in logcat adb shell logcat | grep uninstall for uninstall app see in logcat Otherwise In windows you can use Cygwin. You can download from here
This is mostly speculation, but mediaserver is probably what is used to play all and any sound on android. Some app was probably using mediaserver inappropriately, causing it to show as using excessive battery. logcat2 is probably the process used for logging output, and is where many debug and error messages are sent to. Outright deleting them probably ...
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