Is there anyway to see the droid kernel and apps at startup?

Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by enduser2941, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. enduser2941

    enduser2941 Member

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    Hey DF's, I trust all is well.

    Question and I hope I'm asking in the correct thread. Is there any app, config, or anything but a rooted and or custom ROM, that would allow me to see in real time the boot of the kernel and apps.(such as you see in a Linux boot? Or perhaps is there an interactive boot process?

    I am asking because my Galaxy Note seems to choking during start up. I'm leaning towards an app hanging during startup, but to the best of my knowledge there is no way to know which app is causing the problem with out a visual or interactive boot/startup.

    Looking forward to any suggestions you may have.