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Log Collector for Android Apps
How to collect logs when you are not connected to DDMS?
Asked by Ragin Dwivedi | Aug 18 2012 | Report this Report abuse
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View Koteswararao  Sakhamuri 's Profile
If you can use adb in cmd prompt follow these steps:
1) adb shell
2) logcat > .txt file
3) dmesg > .txt
Aug 26 2012 | Report this Report abuse
View Anisha Das 's Profile
Logs are very important when you are getting any crash in your app or when your app is not behaving correctly.Traditionally for Android apps, we all collect the logs by connecting to DDMS.However sometimes it becomes so difficult to dig out the log when your device do not get connected to your PC due to some cable problem or any other issues with the device.Recently I faced such problem for my Android Tablet Asus Transformer and it really made me so difficult to provide the crash logs to my developers.If you are the one who faced such problem, here is an app which can help you in this situation.

Log Collector:-

Log collector is an app/tool which can provide you application logs whenever required
You are not required to connect with your PC
You can share logs via various means like Email,Facebook,Twitter,Bluetooth,Messaging etc.
You can edit the logs before sending these logs to your developer.

How to get Log Collector?

You can install it from Android Market(Now Google Play). Just type “Log Collector” and search in Google play.This tool/app can be install on Android 1.5 and above.
Aug 25 2012 | Report this Report abuse