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The files (if they are considered as such) to which logs are written by the device are not in /system but in /dev/log. These "files" are reset at every boot, so unless the device you have has a boot-time script that automatically saves logs to a file in, say, /sdcard, there is sadly no way to retrieve the logs you want while in recovery.


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If you go through your apps list you can see all the apps that have permission to send texts (or you could use appops to save having to click on every app), you can then narrow it down based on how reputable the app is, and/or doing web searches, once you thing you have narrowed down the app you can either, uninstall the app or block the permission using app ...


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If the logs are really bothering you, you can deal with it two ways. Options one is to turn them off. You can do this with adb shell setprop log.tag.BadTag ERROR That will only log them if it's error or higher, but you'll have to kill the application before it'll listen. The second option is to use logcat directly and filter out what you don't care ...


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First the log in android it's a circular log, that means that if you have a lot of logging going out there you're older statements will be overwritten. Why don't you use a custom solution like microlog for android http://code.google.com/p/microlog4android/ You can use command logcat | grep 'YOURTAG', for only showing your apps logs. It can be done through ...


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I have a galaxy s4 with 4.4.2. I realize that Touchwiz is a bit different between the two devices but maybe this will help. I can't tell you for sure what contributes to the ranking on the list but it seems to me that it's based on number of calls primarily. There is no one in my favorites list that I have not made a call to and I have many contacts not on ...



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