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Using logcat Commands

You can use the logcat command to view and follow the contents of the system's log buffers. The general usage is:

[adb] logcat [<option>] ... [<filter-spec>] ...

The sections below explain filter specifications and the command options. See Listing of logcat Command Options for a summary of options.

You can use the logcat command from your development computer or from a remote adb shell in an emulator/device instance. To view log output in your development computer, you use

$ adb logcat

and from a remote adb shell you use

# logcat
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