adb bugreport command is used to generate a bug report on an Android device. This report provides detailed information about the current state of the device, including system logs, information about running processes, network information, and more. It is a valuable tool for developers and support teams to diagnose issues on Android devices.
Here’s how you can use the
adb bugreport command:
Connect your Android device to your computer via USB.
Open a command prompt or terminal on your computer.
Navigate to the directory where the ADB executable is located. This is often in the “platform-tools” directory within the Android SDK installation.
$ cd path/to/android-sdk/platform-tools
Run the following command
$ adb bugreport
The command will trigger the device to generate a bug report. This process may take some time.
Once the bug report is generated, it will be saved as a zip file on your computer.The file’s name typically includes the device name, timestamp, and other relevant information.
You can then share the bug report file with developers or support teams to analyze and diagnose issues on the device.
If you want to specify a file name for the bug report, you can use the following command:
$ adb bugreport bugreport_filename.zip
bugreport_filename.zip with the desired file name.
Keep in mind that bug reports can be quite large, and their content may include sensitive information. It’s essential to be cautious about sharing bug reports, especially in public forums. Developers and support teams often use bug reports during the troubleshooting process to identify and address issues on Android devices.