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Android Logs

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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Samuel1
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Android Logs

Post Posted: May 17, 15 06:11

Have any of you extracted logs from a rooted Android device? I need to know what the *default* format Android stores its logs is. If a date is July 24, 2013, does it appear as

2013-07-24
07/24/2013
24-07-2013

Does anyone here know?

And secondly, does each log file contain a standard extension such as *.log?

Thank you all.  
 
  

indi
Senior Member
 

Re: Android Logs

Post Posted: May 28, 15 14:56

Did you try logcat, dumpsys, dmesg commands to extract logs from rooted android devices?  
 
  

derekf
Newbie
 

Re: Android Logs

Post Posted: Jun 13, 15 22:25

I'm not sure what kind of log buffer you're looking for but you can always try and run:
logcat -b radio -v time -d

This will dump all of the radio buffer log and print out the timestamps of each event. Also, the buffer (-b) can be changed to your liking.  
 

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