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  • #6420

    V-Play User

    My Game works on Desktop, but after i build it with the Server and install it on my Devices, the app crashes after starting (after startscreen)

    How can i get log files of the Devices?

    Or how can i find out whats the reason for this app crash?

    #6422

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    You can follow the steps from Android Developers documentation about on-device debugging and then inspect the LogCat output.

    Thus the easiest way to get log output from your Android device is to install the ADT Bundle (Android SDK + eclipse with Android plugins) from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

    Then do the following steps:

    extract -> start eclipse -> go to Window>Show View>Other>Android>Log Cat -> connect device via USB.

     

    To filter the log outputs, you can filter for PID or Application Identifier of your game (with level verbose).

     

    Cheers, Chris

    #6424

    V-Play User

    Thx, it worked. I guess its the same with iOS and XCode.

    The problem was: i forget to include “gui” plugin in my config.json

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