Root Logger

Root Logger

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This Application requires root access, busybox, and these commands, which are usually provided by Busybox, chmod, ln, ls, cp, chattr, and rm.

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Root Logger is the only application that can log all shell commands that are sent to your phone, including those from other rooted applications.

Root Logger can also tell you who executed the command, when it was executed, and whether or not the command was executed with root access.

This application will help you keep an eye on what's being sent to the shell on your phone and what those applications are doing on your phone.

Remember, any application can send shell commands to your device whether or not it is a "root" application.

Unlike other applications, this is the only one that can not only log root commands, but normal shell commands as well!

At this point new features will be coming regularly.
Please let me know if you have feature requests!

Tags: chattr, rootlogger command script, root logger, root logger pro.

Recently changed in this version

Added uninstall feature for bash.

Comments and ratings for Root Logger
  • (67 stars)

    by Anirban Saikia on 06/04/2014


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    by Adam Aidil on 28/03/2014


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    by md mejbaul on 01/03/2014


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    by Day Ny on 09/02/2014


  • (67 stars)

    by Juan Javier Baca Moreno-Torres on 08/02/2014

    I can not install bash because system part can not be mounted as rw even if it is mounted as rw before install. Busybox was already installed. I thought this app works fine like others from you. However I was unable to take it working.

  • (67 stars)

    by Raymond Cortez on 23/01/2014

    Nice application...

  • (67 stars)

    by Thomas Umbricht on 15/01/2014

    I had to boot into recovery --> mount /system --> cd /system/bin --> mv sh --> mv sh.bak sh --> recovers the original sh. Using ADB.EXE and adb shell.