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iOS Testing - Capturing Log Files

Crash Logs

iTunes automatically saves crash logs from your iOS device after it is plugged in and synced

On OS X, these are saved :

Console Logs

  • Make sure you have Xcode

  • Open Xcode

  • Go to Window --> Devices

  • In the left pane, select your device

  • In the right pane, there is an upside-down triangle. Click it to open up the console

  • Trash can icon clears the logs

  • If you need to export the logs, click the down arrow next to the trash can
Another option is a third-party app called iOS Console by LemonJar. It's a handy little tool that has built in text filtering to make finding a specific log message easier'


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