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Not really an answer (not enough rep to add a comment), but I can reproduce this issue on a Samsung Note 4 (SM-N910X) running Android 4.4.4. These devices, instead, seem to parse the arguments correctly: Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920X) running Android 5.0.2 Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G920X) running Android 5.0.2 An OEM device (based on Allwinner A20) running ...
I believe the problem is you have enabled the dumpstate in your mobile, please enter the keystring *#9900# and press SEND. Will be open a new screen with some options, verify if SILENT LOG is OFF and DEBUG LEVEL is DISABLE/LOW. This capabilities are used by developers to verify fails and debug application running in the device, as user you will never use it. ...
Try going into settings>privacy>privacy guard. It shows which apps has permission to camera, location, etc... Also, when you're viewing all your apps in your setting, when u open them it usually shows which apps have which permissions.
If You work on Linux machine, here is a way: $ which adb /usr/bin/adb $ sudo mv /bin/adb /bin/adb2 $ sudo sh -c "echo 'echo $* > /tmp/log_adb_cmd.txt\n/bin/adb2 $*' > /bin/adb" $ sudo chmod +x /bin/adb $ cat /bin/adb echo $* > /tmp/log_adb_cmd.txt /bin/adb2 $* Run Android Device Monitor...and don't forget to reverse operation: $ sudo mv ...
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