No need to be rooted on JB and above If you have the ability to connect to a computer with adb, you don't need to be rooted (I'm not). You can just run "adb shell" from your computer when the phone is connected, and from there, do "pm grant org.jtb.alogcat.donate android.permission.READ_LOGS". Worked like a charm for me, persistent over reboots. This program is SO useful.
Great! Thank you for this useful app. I got it after reading about it on thriveforums. org and reading that Dolphin HD devs recommended it to users to send logs when people have problems. Bought the donate version because I believe if an app is useful to me, I should support the developer. Quite a bargain. Thanks again.
Why so few donations? I looked at the free version and saw 100000+ downloads. 500+ for the donation version. Shameful. I didn't even get the freebie but this version right away. It's just 0,75€ people. Will update stars after actually using the app :D
Must use work-around for JB devices From Android Terminal Emulator, enter "su" to request SuperUser rights, then type: pm grant org.jtb.alogcat.donate android.permission.READ_LOGS An alternative work-around is to convert aLogcat to a system app using TitaniumBackup. I had success with both methods. I use this app for troubleshooting. It's a great tool.
Best log viewer out there, and _can_ work with JB For those with Jelly Bean and are lucky enough to be rooted, you can use this command to give aLogcat the permission it needs: pm grant org.jtb.alogcat.donate android.permission.READ_LOGS Remove the .donate from the name if you want to do the same for the free version.
Necessary part of every developers and testers toolbox Especially given that the price is only a cup of coffee, and it will save you thousand fold in head scratching when you hunt for unexplainable behavior in your apps :-)
- Support for Android 3 / 4, Google TV
- Performance improvements