[HELP] Logcat enable.
I've just set up a new handset.
Since changes ive made over night im getting;
- unfortunately, 'app name' has stopped.
I'm trying to generate a logcat, having no joy.
- handset; SGSV
- rom; XTRESTROLITE
- kernel; blaze
I have turned logging on via 'pimp my rom' tweaks.
Upon adb logcat command i get;
- Unable to open log device '/dev/log/main': No such file or directory
So i set about tying to manually ensure logcat is enabled.
First with ADB;
> adb shell
shell@klte:/ $ logcat-enable
/system/bin/sh: logcat-enable: not found
Then via USSD code;
Number dialled, no code.
Then i attempted to follow as per these instructions;
I found system set to ro, remounted rw ok.
But ran into a dead end here;
"First you need to locate the logger kernel module...
logger.ko located in...your /system folder...
Try these locations:
The folder "modules" does not exist in system or lib/system.
Help would be much appreciated.
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