Logcat to UDP

Logcat to UDP


Simple tool for android development that send log to UDP port or share it via email, bluetooth, etc.
Background service is collecting logs and sending them to destination IP and UDP port. You can send logs to desktop computer through home wifi network, or to server with public IP or cname.
If you want to send log to email (or share it different way), click "Share log" from menu and choose your favourite app to send with.

Receive logs from your phone even if it is not connected to computer.

To listen logs use this python script http://code.google.com/p/logcatudp/source/browse/test/listener.py
Example:
$ ./listener.py 192.168.1.10 10009

You can also use your desktop syslog server to receive logs.

For more info see homepage http://logcatudp.googlecode.com/

Jelly Bean compatibility issue: application is not compatible with Android Jelly Bean/4.1. Read more: http://code.google.com/p/logcatudp/issues/detail?id=6

If you want to rate low, please write comment what is wrong.

Please do not write issues or feature requests to reviews. Rather use discussion mailing list on homepage. Thanks.

Recent changes:
v0.5:
Added function to share log to menu (choose app which you want - eg. gmail).

v0.4:
Fixed service stop after switching network providers.

v0.3:
Added optional custom filter for log messages (eg. "*:e LogcatUdpCfg:d LogcatThread:d").
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4.6
User ratings
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File size
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About Logcat to UDP
Simple tool for android development that send log to UDP port or share it via email, bluetooth, etc.
Background service is collecting logs and sending them to destination IP and UDP port. You can send logs to desktop computer through home wifi network, or to server with public IP or cname.
If you want to send log to email (or share it different way), click "Share log" from menu and choose your favourite app to send with.

Receive logs from your phone even if it is not connected to computer.

To listen logs use this python script http://code.google.com/p/logcatudp/source/browse/test/listener.py
Example:
$ ./listener.py 192.168.1.10 10009

You can also use your desktop syslog server to receive logs.

For more info see homepage http://logcatudp.googlecode.com/

Jelly Bean compatibility issue: application is not compatible with Android Jelly Bean/4.1. Read more: http://code.google.com/p/logcatudp/issues/detail?id=6

If you want to rate low, please write comment what is wrong.

Please do not write issues or feature requests to reviews. Rather use discussion mailing list on homepage. Thanks.

Recent changes:
v0.5:
Added function to share log to menu (choose app which you want - eg. gmail).

v0.4:
Fixed service stop after switching network providers.

v0.3:
Added optional custom filter for log messages (eg. "*:e LogcatUdpCfg:d LogcatThread:d").

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A Google User
Apr 7, 2012
uController ready When I saw this I knew I had to utilize it with my arduino Ethernet board. As of now, I've got it configured to output received packets over serial but will be enjoying myself very much when it's a single unit displaying my logcat on an LCD screen. I would like to know why I am receiving my logcat packets from source IPs external to my network? Some appear from the androids IP but most others from a handful of outside IPs. Either I've missed something simple or the app routes traffic out(hopefully unlikely)
A Google User
Apr 7, 2012
uController ready When I saw this I knew I had to utilize it with my arduino Ethernet board. As of now, I've got it configured to output received packets over serial but will be enjoying myself very much when it's a single unit displaying my logcat on an LCD screen. I would like to know why I am receiving my logcat packets from source IPs external to my network? Some appear from the androids IP but most others from a handful of outside IPs. Either I've missed something simple or the app routes traffic out(hopefully unlikely)
Dan Harrington
Apr 7, 2012
uController ready When I saw this I knew I had to utilize it with my arduino Ethernet board. As of now, I've got it configured to output received packets over serial but will be enjoying myself very much when it's a single unit displaying my logcat on an LCD screen. I would like to know why I am receiving my logcat packets from source IPs external to my network? Some appear from the androids IP but most others from a handful of outside IPs. Either I've missed something simple or the app routes traffic out(hopefully unlikely)
A Google User
Mar 14, 2012
Awesome time saver This app saved me a ton of time on an adk app!!!
Russell
Mar 14, 2012
Awesome time saver This app saved me a ton of time on an adk app!!!