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I'm having similar issues on a Kindle Fire with iCloud. One quirky workaround is to open Settings | Servers and disable your server(s). Then re-enable them. That seems to force an update.
I am the author of MacroDroid and I have some experimental (root only) features in development to do this but have not yet released anything in the public version. I have an action called "Launch and Press" that allows you to launch an app and record a series of touch events and they will then be played back at the same rate. Basic touch events work ok, but ...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2270795 Lol, I'm a little late, but here you go!
For information about seeing log messages, look at the answers to How can I view and examine the Android log? Note that the behaviour is different between 4.1-jelly-bean and prior versions. Android users don't work like users on a normal GNU/Linux system, so unlocking the lock screen is not a "login" in the same way that logging into a terminal session, ...
I don't think it logs location but I think it does most of everything else you're looking for: Network Log I use it every now and then to monitor net traffic and it works really well.
If you're looking to change the default size for a log buffer, to persist between reboots, you can recompile the kernel with updated buffer sizes. The file containing log buffer definitions is: <kernel>/drivers/staging/android/logger.c The versions I'm looking at use a macro to define log buffers in that file: DEFINE_LOGGER_DEVICE(variable, name, ...
It seems you cannot run logcat from Terminal Emulator without having root on your phone. In this case you have to su first. AFAIK, it comes from Android Permissions: Terminal Emulator simply doesn't have enough permissions to view device's log. So the system says Permission denied. On the other hand, as others said, there are plenty of apps that allow you ...
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