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comment Android debugging-Boot Loops: Is there any way to get a log of information without ADB? Can the emulator even help?
I've edited my post to reflect more specific system details.
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asked Android debugging-Boot Loops: Is there any way to get a log of information without ADB? Can the emulator even help?
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comment Does the Android emulator generate some sort of log file I can access if it crashes?
This is great information (as well as the posts you reference). However, it seems there's one massive wall every developer is going to run into: what about a BOOT-LOOP? You're phone (or emulator) crashes as it boots up with your installed image, and keeps trying to reboot, but keeps crashing. How do you get kernel messages or any kind of log to figure out how far the phone gets?
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comment Does the Android emulator generate some sort of log file I can access if it crashes?
Yeah but it just says <waiting for device>. And if the emulator is simulating the phone crashing, does the emulator itself produce any log messages?
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asked Does the Android emulator generate some sort of log file I can access if it crashes?
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comment Android PandaBoard: Linux terminal output for debugging?
Yes, I am trying to find some sure way of getting console output of the boot process. It seems that everything that I've tried so far relies on the phone booting successfully, which means there's no developing options available to non-Android developers when the phone doesn't make it to a stable state. I want to see what's going on inside the phone, but don't want to engage in hardware destroying practices such as soldering. We're trying to weigh the different options available. This one would cost money though, so we want to know what the PandaBoard can do.
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asked Android PandaBoard: Linux terminal output for debugging?