It’s common to add debug logging information to an app when it’s being developed. Unfortunately, many of these debug logs make it into production.
To see all of the logging information, simply type
adb logcat from the command line. There is such a wealth of information that it helps to save it out to a file using
adb logcat > logging.txt to get some idea of what’s in the logs.
We can filter the logs using LogCat that can be run from the command line. LogCat also comes with the Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (DDMS) that is part of the Android SDK. Ideally, because of the volume of logs, we’d want to filter the logs based on log messages coming from the application we’re looking at. See Figure 8-2 for the log messages from com.riis.logfiles. ...