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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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[QUOTE=Powerhouse;42043009]




HOW TO USE ADB , DDMS & TAKING AN LOGCAT ..etc

THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN FEATURED ON XDA-PORTAL .....still any doubt about this Mind blowing guide ??



WHAT IS ADB???




SETTING UP ADB :-





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3) Android SDK Setup
Once the Android SDK is downloaded and installed, launch the SDK Manager application from your Start menu.



Enable the Android SDK tools and SDK Platform-tools checkbox and click the Install button. This downloads and installs the platform-tools package, which contains ADB and other utilities.



After installing these packages , Go to the place where you installed ANDROID SDK . IN MY CASE , IT IS :-
If you used a different install location, you’ll find ADB in the platform-tools directory,inside your ANDROID-SDK directory .



Browse to platform tools and hold Shift and right-click inside it, and select Open command window here...

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Note :- To use ADB with your Android device


To test whether ADB is working properly, connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable and run the following command:
Now it will show the devices connected



Now you have sucessfully installed ADB and now we are good to go further..

WHAT IS A LOGCAT :-

Logcat is the command to view the internal logs of the Android system. Viewing logs is often the best way to diagnose a problem, and is required for many issues. This way you'll find out what apps are doing in the background without you noticing.


TAKING AN LOGCAT :-

Now type this in the terminal


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you shall have a log file called name of logcat.txt inside your ADB folder.










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20th October 2019, 07:53 PM |#84  
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Thank you, it really helped me when i had issues with my devices. Android 4.0 , Android 7 and 9
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