How to pull a Logcat file from your android device

How to pull a Logcat file from your android device

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How to pull a Logcat file from your android devices for developer trouble shooting using ADB Link to ADB zip files Link to Motorola Drivers Lin

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How to pull a Logcat file from your android devices for developer trouble shooting using ADB

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    So if my phone stop working/ and or restart on his own , is that visable on this logcat ???

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    I want android-info.txt file plz help me

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    says "waiting for device" been 5 mins

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    Very helpful Thanks a lot .

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    Does this work on KitKat? I'm getting the storage space running out notification. I've looked on google and they say to dial a number and it clears this log file and after rebooting the phone should run tons better. Will it delete anything important?

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    I have one question sir how can I delete all of log cat inside the file

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    Awesome.. you really helped me with that. !!!

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    Hello dude, nice to see ur video. but this is sufficient while single device is connected, please give me sollution when multiple device is commected…

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    my device still not attached, but I already install driver and turn on usb debug

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    LOL THE PHONE IS FROM BCE..

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    in the comand window after adb devices comand it says- ZXID64D68D offline, and then AFTER ADB LOGCAT IT SAYS WAITING FOR DEVICES AND THEN NOTHING HAPPENS. HELP !

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    what is the use of this app

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    how to take log on boot plz make a video on that

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    Hey Dude,
    Where can I get ASUS drivers?

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    Hey Tom . I have a question for you . I 'm trying to get a logcat on my Galaxy Tab Pro (10.1 ) Android 4.4.2. I'm testing an app which keeps crashing on my boss want me to get a crash log. I followed developer mode stuff and enabled USB debugging. I downloaded the samsung drivers on to my laptop running Windows 7. I can't find ADB driver

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    "adb logcat -v time > log.txt" and your log file will have the timestamp as well.

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    hey, I need to pull a logcat file from my Samsung while it's plugged into Gear VR. Is it possible to ask the phone to write the logcat by itself and read it afterwards ?

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    did you send the twrpmultirom.IMG to your phone with adb …I have a phone that says encryption unsuccessful every time I power on ..the phone is useless I think I need a recovery software ..to install a ota ROM because I keep getting status 7 error while installing

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    Thanks for posting

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    Great stuff! Thank you. Did my very first logcat to send to Vanir for an issue with my OnePlus One…..

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    Great! , thanks Hossein!

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    Short, practical, to the point.  Exactly what I needed.  Thanks-

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    Says my device is offline oO

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    Informative and to the point. No distracting soundtrack, no annoying silent video. Thanks for the effort on this and thanks for the good and useful info.

    I just installed aLogCat from the playstore. Does this do the same thing? It does not require a PC or usb cable. But the phone had to be running.

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    Informative and to the point. No distracting soundtrack, no annoying silent video. Thanks for the effort on this and thanks for the good and useful info.

    I just installed aLogCat from the playstore. Does this do the same thing? It does not require a PC or usb cable. But the phone had to be running.

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    Help please.  I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0.  A developer wants me to send an ADB logcat.  Do I use the same drivers you have listed in your link for a tablet?

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    FYI it's 7 times dog lol

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    Throwback Video 2. How to pull a Logcat so a developer can fix bugs http://youtu.be/wv1x24CZrvY

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    nice video! thank you 

    how do you pull log of specific appllication from the command line?

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    Nice vid. I didn't know what a logcat file was before this. I'll try it later today

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    I've actually been checking your vids out for a while. and though I was already subbed. Maybe it had something to do with Youtube trying to force us to merge Youtube and Google+, because I am missing several other channels. Now, I'm not one to subscribe to someone, or watch their videos, just because they are doing giveaways, but hey, if I happened to win something, I surely wouldn't complain. 😉

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    glad you like the video. Keep watching I am going to be doing a giveaway video really soon.

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    I don't know W.I.T.H any of that means, or how to read it, but I do know that many Devs won't even acknowledge an issue without you sending the logcat. I did it a little different because I had already installed the Android SDK on my machine, but same principle, different path. ( (like I'm going to develop android apps, when I didn't even know how to pull a logcat). Appreciate the vid, and subbed sir

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    sounds like you need your drivers installed

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    keeps saying waiting for device

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    I'm assuming this doesn't work if all logging has been disabled?

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    Thanks I am really getting into this stuff LOL

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    Nice job, Tom. Keep up the good work,

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    Nice video. Enjoyed watching.

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