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I try deleting all file associate with the app (apk, settings, etc) I can now install the app. Seems like residue files are the culprit.
Clearing logcat can't make any difference to your storage problem. The logcat output is stored in a ring buffer, so it has a fixed size, and the ring buffer only exists on RAM: it isn't written to the storage at all. See the frequent questions under the insufficient-memory tag for what to do when your phone storage is getting full.
They're not anywhere. The logs you see in adb logcat are stored in a ring buffer in RAM only. They're deleted when the phone is turned off. Even while the phone is turned on, the oldest entries are continually overwritten by new entries, so that the log doesn't take up more and more RAM the longer the phone runs.
You can use filtering to include only the selected app's messages by the tag(s) used. Use the syntax adb logcat YourTag:I *:S to show logcat output only from YourTag and hide all others. You can have multiple tags also, just separate them with space and have the *:S entry as last. If you need to get all messages from multiple tags in the same app, you have ...
I got the same problem, and I finaly found the solution : You just have to flash another modem !
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