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[WIN][TUTORIAL]HOW TO USE ADB,DDMS AND TAKE A LOGCAT {pictorial explanation}

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By Powerhouse, Senior Member on 31st May 2013, 12:38 PM
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15th October 2013, 01:45 PM |#31  
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Hello Guys

Im really having trouble with taking a LogCat. I created my own Rom and i get BootLoops. I tried to take a LogCat at the boot but it didnt work. I always get Empty Logcat.txt files. I even tried to take a LogCat of a WORKING ROM, but the same, i always get empty files. I tried to disintall and reinstall everything like OP showed in this guide, but it didnt change anything. Every Help is appreciated. I tried both, taking a logcat with CMD and taking a logcat with DDMS

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15th October 2013, 02:07 PM |#32  
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Hello Guys

Im really having trouble with taking a LogCat. I created my own Rom and i get BootLoops. I tried to take a LogCat at the boot but it didnt work. I always get Empty Logcat.txt files. I even tried to take a LogCat of a WORKING ROM, but the same, i always get empty files. I tried to disintall and reinstall everything like OP showed in this guide, but it didnt change anything. Every Help is appreciated. I tried both, taking a logcat with CMD and taking a logcat with DDMS

Greetz Blackphantom

1)Which versiin of windows is your Workstation running on .. ??
2) whice Device ??
3) which version of Android is it runnin' ... ??
4) Are drivers installed on your PC ??
15th October 2013, 02:19 PM |#33  
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1)Which versiin of windows is your Workstation running on .. ??
2) whice Device ??
3) which version of Android is it runnin' ... ??
4) Are drivers installed on your PC ??


Hello

Windows 7 64x Ultimate
Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505
4.2.2
Yes all Drivers installed and Up to Date

Greetz Blackphantom
9th November 2013, 02:24 AM |#34  
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can make a guide for Wireless ADB?

that's easy peasy!

Steps:
1. Have a rooted device with USB debugging enabled
2. Install Wireless ADB from the play store
3. Activate it with Teh Buttonz!!!
4. In your computer, open a command line (cmd.exe for windows), go to ADB's directory and type:
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adb connect 192.168.0.3:5555
Keep in mind that the port (the :5555 part) is optional, the 5555 is the default one, usually you don't need to change it, unless you're using it
5. ?????????
6. Remote ADB!!!

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Yes I am 100% sure, even read that article and can someone else running windows xp try shift right click

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you can also try opening the Run windows that used to be in the main menu by using the combination [Windows Key]+[R] on your keyboard...
People launching the Run window in 3... 2... 1... lol xD


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ok i have found a fix for shift + right click on windows xp follow this tutorial on youtube. if you have question reply to me not on youtube its not my video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUHZgVBmTk4

but now i am stuck when i type adb logcat > logcat.txt it just says - waiting for device -

help????

Try reinstalling drivers, that usually helps

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Hello

Windows 7 64x Ultimate
Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505
4.2.2
Yes all Drivers installed and Up to Date

Greetz Blackphantom

Since you're building a ROM.... Are you really sure you aren't disabling /dev/log/main or any /dev/log devices?
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9th November 2013, 07:29 AM |#35  
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Will add to OP (i never knew anything about wirless adb)....thanx Carlos
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19th November 2013, 01:23 PM |#36  
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Nice guide mate.. it did cover what all i wanted..
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WIRELESS ADB

1. ROOT IS NECESSARY !!
2. Enable USB debugging.
3. Install Wireless ADB from the play store
4. Activate it .
5. In your computer, open a command line (cmd.exe for windows), go to ADB's directory and type:
Code:
adb connect 192.168.0.3:5555
Keep in mind that the port (the :5555 part) is optional, the 5555 is the default one, usually you don't need to change it, unless you're using it
6. That's it ..!!

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15th December 2013, 12:37 PM |#38  
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In your manual says "Now type this in the terminal ." Terminal on the phone or computer?
15th December 2013, 03:22 PM |#39  
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In your manual says "Now type this in the terminal ." Terminal on the phone or computer?

Hi ildar2099, type that on the computer .
Cheers. Good luck.

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24th December 2013, 12:35 PM |#40  
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24th December 2013, 04:53 PM |#41  
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how to make this manual on hdpi phones?

If you meant "how to use this guide in hdpi devices ? " , well then ,
This guide is Universal and it can used in any Android device irrespective of their dimensions ..!

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