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    How to read the event log...

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    Does anyone know how to read the Event Log?

    I need to decipher parts of it regardless of how boring it may be...

    Thanks, Gern

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    Re: How to read the event log...

    I wish it was a handbook to the event log too
    BB8900 is mine!

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    Re: How to read the event log...

    Seems like these lines may be warning or alerting me of something... I have no idea what tho

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    W net.rim.port.udp - PRab - 8/21 08:04:23 
    a net.rim.udp - INcn - 8/21 08:04:23

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    Re: How to read the event log...

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    Re: How to read the event log...

    I went looking on the web once, and there's not a lot of information available on deciphering log events. In the options, you can select to log Debug Info, Information, or Warning level events. I could never find out if selecting Warning would log the levels below it as well.

    The events themselves seem to be part of the BB API (Application Programming Interface), which allows the BB OS to use the BB hardware, and allows third party applications to work.

    I had a list once of all of the Event Logger Options in alphabetical order. If I can find it again I'll upload it.

    A short while later.......

    I could only find a hard copy, so I'll type it out. Maybe it will generate some discussion and we can all understand this better. I originally did this on a 7100i, so there'll be some references to iDEN. Items in bold seem fairly intuitive.

    alarm
    App Perms
    cmime
    ContentInjector
    EnterpriseIM
    FW
    Jave Exception
    LBS
    LBS-GPSProvider
    Location API
    Mail API
    net.rim.activation
    net.rim.addressbook.idensim
    net.rim.addressbook.lookup
    net.rim.appdelivery
    net.rim.blackberryemail
    net.rim.bluetooth
    net.rim.browser
    net.rim.browserpush
    net.rim.calendar.ota
    net.rim.calendar.ota.data
    net.rim.conrec
    net.rim.DataServices
    net.rim.desktop.sb
    net.rim.deviceagent
    net.rim.deviceoptions.synchronization
    net.rim.gcmp
    net.rim.gme
    net.rim.gpak
    net.rim.hrtRT
    net.rimlipmodem
    net.rimippp
    net.rim.itadmin
    net.rim.lstp
    net.rim.mdp
    net.rim.memclean
    net.rim.ons
    net.rim.optionsapp
    net.rim.otafm
    net.rim.otasync
    net.rim.recovery
    net.rim.reminders
    net.rim.ribbon
    net.rim.sb
    net.rim.sms
    net.rim.smsui
    net.rim.stp
    net.rim.stputil
    net.rim.tasks
    net.rim.tcp
    net.rim.tcpdatagram
    net.rim.timesync
    net.rim.transmission.SendThread
    net.rim.tunnel
    net.rim.udp
    net.rim.usb.pwd
    OSSMA
    Peer Transport
    PersistentContent
    PhoneApp
    profiles
    prov
    quickcontacts
    Security Self Tests
    Security App
    StreamDatagramConnectionBase
    System
    UI
    USStd
    Last edited by ma077146; 08-22-2007 at 02:24 PM.

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    Re: How to read the event log...

    Yep...Hold shift...while pressing LGLG
    Should work

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