What are Glue log files?
- A text file that contains logs from your last Glue session.
- This is a Player.log from your previous session (The one before the last session). It is there to help saving some crucial info in case of restart or crashes.
Where can i find it (Windows)?
- Open Explorer and go to:
and copy Player.log and Player prev.log
- 💡 Not the logs folder, only the two files.
💡 Hidden Files must be enabled in Explorer’s view
Where can i find it (MacOS)?
- Open Console and go to:
Log Reports > Player.log/Player prev.log >Click RMB* on it >
Reveal in finder and copy Player.log and Player-prev.log
Where can i find it (Standalone Headset 1/4)?
To find Glue log files from Oculus Quest/Pico Neo/HTC Focus (and many
other Android based standalone devices) You need a few prerequisites:
- Open Browser and go to: https://developer.android.com/studio#downloads
- Download version for your platform -Win/Mac
- Install according to instructions: https://developer.android.com/studio/install
Where can i find it (Standalone Headset 2/4)?
After installation open an Android Studio
- Choose Start a new Android Studio project
- Select No Activity and click next
- On the next screen leave everything as it it by default*
and click Finish twice
*No matter what You choose as long as You’re not using
this project for a development
Where can i find it (Standalone Headset 3/4)?
When the Android Studio Project is open:
- Wait until the Gradle finishes building a project. When it is done and a Logcat
Tab in the bottom left corner appears, click on it.
- Now You can Plug in Your Headset
Where can i find it (Standalone Headset 4/4)?
Turn on Your Headset and connect it to your computer with a USB cable.
- Connecting Quest/Pico/HTC Focus etc. for the first time may prompt
a Trust this computer” dialog in th e headset display.
Use controllers to press “Trust Always”.
- When You connect it, headset should appear in the Logcat window.
- Type Unity in the search bar and uncheck Regex.
- Then - after the session/app crash - select whole text and copy it to for ex.
Notepad and save it as a Device .log*
- Next time just plug in Your headset , turn on
Android Studio and repeat steps 2 - 4 from this page
*Name of the device that You are using, ex: Quest.log/Pico.log/HtcFocus.log