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is there a way to see what happend in backround during boot?

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Default is there a way to see what happend in backround during boot?

Hey, i like to see what happend in backround during boot instad of animation. is it possible?
 
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You mean something similar to a PC bios screen, or a verbose mode? With logs of what's happening on screen, but during boot time?

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Sorry can't figure how to edit a post from the mobile app, but here was a quick search found, but keep in mind I have no idea if it works for nexus 5:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...livedmesg.lite

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Not tested dmesg or logcat apps from chainfire on n5 but they work well on other devices. Used them a lot. Its the closest you'll get

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Just tested. Does work but causes issues with screen once booted. Whole screen is raised about 2 inches. Literally. The status bar is at the bottom of the screen below nav bar
 
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Just tested. Does work but causes issues with screen once booted. Whole screen is raised about 2 inches. Literally. The status bar is at the bottom of the screen below nav bar
I just tried it, I was having the same issue.
Click "Uninstall live dmesg lite" from the app, reboot activate it again and it should work correctly.
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