adb shell dumpsys input command is used to obtain information about the input subsystem on an Android device. This includes details about input events, key dispatching, touch events, and other input-related information.
Here’s how you can use the command:
$ adb shell dumpsys input
The output will provide detailed information about the current state of input events on the device. This can be useful for debugging input-related issues, checking the status of key events, and understanding how the system is processing user input.
You can also redirect the output to a file for further analysis:
$ adb shell dumpsys input > input_dump.txt
This will save the output to a file named
input_dump.txt in the current directory.
Keep in mind that the output can be extensive, and interpreting the information may require familiarity with the Android input subsystem. Always refer to the official Android documentation and relevant resources for a deeper understanding of input-related settings and configurations.
dumpsys commands provides a way to inspect the internal state of various system services on an Android device, which can be valuable for debugging and performance analysis.