Originally Posted by KestrelX
Would you mind explaining to this noob where to look for that information? Would be happy to try, but don't recall ever seeing that info before when getting an OTA.
Edit: oops I went and read op. You need a log file app and I imagine root since I saw a post about requiring root now in order to view debug logs? I haven't gotten around to rooting yet.
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You don't need root. All you'll need to do is enable USB debugging on your tablet in Settings > Developer Options. If you don't have Developer Options under settings on your N10, go to Settings > About Phone and repeatedly tap the build number until you get the note at the bottom of the screen saying developer options have been enabled.
Once that's done and USB debugging is enabled, wait to get the OTA notification on your tablet. When you get it, don't install it yet. First, go under Settings > Developer Options and choose "Take Bug Report". Email that bug report to yourself. When you get the report, search it for ".zip" (without the quotes) and post what you find!
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