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Hi guys. Where are application crash logs stored on the actual device? - I don't use iTunes. Thanx.
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    Default Where Are Crash Logs Stored on the Device?
    Hi guys.

    Where are application crash logs stored on the actual device? - I don't use iTunes.

    Thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywalka View Post
    Hi guys.

    Where are application crash logs stored on the actual device? - I don't use iTunes.

    Thanx.
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    Thanx for taking the time to share that.

    I have a program called Moves that is crashing on startup. I thought I would find crash logs for it there but didn't. Does anybody know if I'm looking in the right place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywalka View Post
    Thanx for taking the time to share that.

    I have a program called Moves that is crashing on startup. I thought I would find crash logs for it there but didn't. Does anybody know if I'm looking in the right place?
    To the best of my knowledge, they should be in var / mobile / library / logs / crash reporter..... I get app crash logs there. I have three from twitter there now. You may be clearing them with a cache cleaner ( icleanerpro ) or the app may not log crashes......

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    There are logs in that location for Moves but they are 6 months old.

    The dev asked me to send the logs that iTunes would copy so I thought it would be possible to find the logs for it crashing now.

    Thanx anyway.

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    If anybody's interested it seems iOS only retains 100 crash logs & they are the earliest not the most recent.

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