Shutdown Log in Android

by pavan m » Fri, 20 May 2011 19:16:31 GMT

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 Hi Folks,

Where does an Android phone store the shutdown log? I know that the boot up
log can be obtained by pulling out contents of kmsg or dmesg through ADB.
But I'm not aware of how to retrieve the shutdown logs in Android. There's
no /var folder where linux systems generally store their shutdown logs in



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