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Naum Lukin
Naum Lukin

9900 Android Delete Dumpstate Logcat


Good day, I am using the LG 3g Beat, the code you provided *#9900# does not work on my phone it says connection problem or invalid mmi code. My phone says I have insufficient memory and I deleted all unused apps and my photos are stored on my external card.




9900 Android Delete Dumpstate Logcat


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My phone is running out of internal memory. So I searched online and found a solution, which was to dial *#9900# and then delete dumpstate/logcat. But when I dial the same on my MOTO E, I dont see anything happening. It Just says USSD Code running and closes. My phone is running on Lollipop 5.1. Can you please help me delete dumpstate/logcat?


Dialing *#9900# and selecting Delete dumpstate/logcat clears the logs even if your phone is not rooted and this seems to work only on some Samsung Phones. So that excludes the Motorola phones.(based on the comments from this blog post)


The app developer needs a log report from the Android device in order to troubleshoot and fix the issue. The log files required by the app developers are dumpsys (diagnostic output for system services), dumpstate (error logs), and logcat (system message logs).


Dumpstate, logcat files are stored on the /data/log partition that, unless you root the phone, you and none of the apps you install will have access to it. Dialing *#9900# and selecting Delete dumpstate/logcat clears the logs even if your phone is not rooted and this seems to work only on some Samsung Phones.Dumpstate, logcat files are stored on the /data/log partition that, unless you root the phone, you and none of the apps you install will have access to it. Dialing *#9900# and selecting Delete dumpstate/logcat clears the logs even if your phone is not rooted and this seems to work only on some Samsung Phones. So that excludes the Motorola phones.


Dumpstate, logcat files are stored on the /data/log partition that, unless you root the phone, you and none of the apps you install will have access to it. Dialing *#9900# and selecting Delete dumpstate/logcat clears the logs even if your phone is not rooted and this seems to work only on some Samsung Phones.


Android developers can log messages for debugging with logcat. You can delete it without worrying about losing any data. The logcat file should only be a couple MB, you can change the size in developer settings.


No, I have not run any logs at my end. However, that Delete dumpstate/logcat thing has helped recover some space (3GB). I now have 7.94GB in "Other" with internal storage usage analysis as 56.24GB / 64GB reported in Samsung myFiles - Again which I have no idea where it is and what those files are. 041b061a72


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