From time to time I get a notification on my phone which says:
Bug report #1 captured Tap to share your bug report
When I tap, it warns me about the possibility of sensitive information being in the report. I tap on "Ok" to continue.
But now, instead of the report being submitted somewhere automatically, like it would under something like Windows or Mac OS X, it pops up a "Share with" prompt, asking me how I want to share it. I have no idea, I don't even know what caused the bug report!
The choices I see are
Gmail (who am I supposed to send it to, especially given that I don't know what the report is even about?),
Add to Dropbox (what good would that be?),
Android Beam (never used this, but it sounds like maybe I would need to be in the same room as Android developer for this to be useful), and
Save to Drive (again, seems about as useless as adding to my Dropbox).
I'm not even sure why I'm being prompted to do this, given the complete lack of instruction on what I should be doing.
Update: I tried e-mailing the report to myself. The bug report contained an empty (black) image, and a zip file containing a 16.4MB log file (which appeared to just be a dump of various process info - I didn't look at the whole thing due to length, but I couldn't find any obvious indication of what the problem was) and a FS directory containing a path FS/data/tombstones containing 10 separate files ranging between one month and one year old (nothing from today!). The newest of these files appear to be system related (/system/bin/rild, com.android.nfc, system/bin/netmgrd, ...)