How to get crash logs from iPad/iPhone

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    When Acrobat Reader crashes, the crash log on your iOS device will be automatically sent to Adobe.

     

    When you relaunch Acrobat Reader after crash, the following dialog will be displayed.

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    Checking if your iOS device has crash logs

     

    Go to your iOS device's Settings

    • Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & Usage > Automatically Send (for iOS 8 or newer)
    • Settings > General > About > Diagnostics & Usage > Automatically Send (for iOS 7 or older)

     

    Syncing data with iTunes

     

    To get crash logs from your iOS device manually, you need to sync your device with iTunes running on your desktop computer.  See Apple's documentation - iOS: Syncing your data with iTunes

     

     

    Obtaining Crash Logs

     

    For Mac

     

    1. Open Finder.

    2. Select Go > Go to Folder from the menu.

    3. Enter (or copy & paste):   ~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/MobileDevice

    into the Go to Folder dialog.

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    4. Click the Go button.

    5. Navigate to the folder with your device name.

    6. Select the crash logs with the file name Adobe Acrobat_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.
    For older versions, the file name is Adobe Reader_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.

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    7. Copy the files to your Desktop.

    8. Open your email program.

    9. Attach the crash log files to email.  (Do not attach a zip file.)

    10. Attach the PDF document that was open when Reader crashed.

    11. Add a brief description of what you did when Reader crashed.

    12. Send the email to adobereader-ios@adobe.com.

     

     

    For Windows 10, 8, 7, or Vista

     

    1. Open Windows Explorer.

    2. Enter %APPDATA% in the Address bar.

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    3. Press the Enter key.

    4. Navigate to Apple Computer\Logs\CrashReporter\MobileDevice\<DEVICE_NAME>

    Typically, a full path is

    C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\Logs\CrashReporter\MobileDevice\<DEVICE_NAME>

    where <USERNAME> is your Windows user name and <DEVICE_NAME> is your iOS device name.

    5. Select the crash logs with the file name Adobe Acrobat_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.
    For older versions, the file name is Adobe Reader_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.

    6. Copy the files to your Desktop.

    7. Open your email program.

    8. Attach the files to email.  (Do not attach a zip file.)

    9. Attach the PDF document that was open when Reader crashed.

    10. Add a brief description of what you did when Reader crashed.

    11. Send the email to adobereader-ios@adobe.com.

     

     

    For Windows XP

     

    1. Click the Start button.

    2. Select Run from the Start menu.

    3. Enter %APPDATA% in the Run dialog.

    4. Click the OK button.

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    5. Navigate to Apple Computer\Logs\CrashReporter\<DEVICE_NAME>

    Typically, a full path is

    C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application Data\Apple Computer\Logs\CrashReporter\<DEVICE_NAME>

    where <USERNAME> is your Windows user name and <DEVICE_NAME> is your iOS device name.

    6. Select the crash logs with the file name Adobe Acrobat_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.
    For older versions, the file name is Adobe Reader_<DATE_TIME>_<DEVICE_NAME>.crash.

    7. Copy the files to your Desktop.

    8. Open your email program.

    9. Attach the files to email.  (Do not attach a zip file.)

    10. Attach the PDF document that was open when Reader crashed.

    11. Add a brief description of what you did when Reader crashed.

    12. Send the email to adobereader-ios@adobe.com.

     

    Thank you for helping us improve Adobe Reader for iOS!