Bugreportz is a command-line tool that is designed to collect and generate detailed bug reports. It is commonly used in Linux-based operating systems like Android. The tool offers various functionalities to gather and analyze system information, logs, and other relevant details, assisting in troubleshooting and resolving software issues.
Bugreportz helps extract logs and files related to the bug, including kernel logs, system logs, and the output of various diagnostic tools. It collects data from different system components, such as the network, CPU, memory, battery, and installed apps, allowing developers to have a comprehensive view of the system state.
The tool provides a streamlined and simplified way to create bug reports by automating the collection process. It generates a well-structured report containing relevant information for debugging purposes. Additionally, Bugreportz allows developers to customize the data collection process based on specific requirements.
To use the tool, users typically need administrative or root access to execute it. The bug reports generated by Bugreportz are often shared with developers or support teams for further analysis and troubleshooting, contributing to quicker bug resolutions and software improvements.
List of commands for bugreportz:
bugreportz:tldr:94a86 bugreportz: Show the progress of a running `bugreportz` operation.$ bugreportz -ptry on your machineexplain this command
bugreportz:tldr:95b39 bugreportz: Generate a complete zipped bug report of an Android device.$ bugreportztry on your machineexplain this command
bugreportz:tldr:aa35e bugreportz: Display help.$ bugreportz -htry on your machineexplain this command
bugreportz:tldr:f5463 bugreportz: Show the version of `bugreportz`.$ bugreportz -vtry on your machineexplain this command