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There is a free app MyAndroidTools which shows the logcat with the applications names responsible for the loggings.
You need root for this (where I was making mistakes). So, in a terminal: su logcat V > /sdcard/logcat.txt then, without killing the command, just press home to keep the terminal running in the background. V means verbose (the highest level of detail) D means debug and there are other less detailed levels. Exercise caution when sharing D and V ...
If you go to "Settings>Applications>Google" you can turn off automatic syncing to the device. For the login button there's two things you can do: I think you can deauthenticate the device from your google settings. Simply solove the problem by creating another account you use just to do work-stuff. You shouldn't mix private and business life. Hope this ...
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