How to Change Logger Buffer Size On Android Device

Last Updated on March 31, 2020 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to increase buffer size for logging Android phone or tablet? To change the buffer size on an android device, you must enable developer option on your device. You can see buffer size in the debugging section of developer options. By default buffer size for logging set as 256K and you can set maximum size of each log buffer 16M. You can set log buffer size as 64K, 256K, 1M, 4M and 16M on your android Lollipop 5.1.1, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.1.2 and other latest android device. What is the best logger buffer size Android?

It’s easy to change the buffer size logging android devices. The different device has different settings to enable developer mode on android phone. In the android lollipop and marshmallow device, you can see developer option in settings but in Jelly bean 4.2 use this setting > about > tap the build number 7 times.  After enabling developer option, you can view and control currently running services including apps, buffer size for logging, system RAM, etc and also inactive apps on android phones. But in this tutorial, I will show you simple steps to change buffer size logging android 5.1.1 and 6.0 marshmallow devices.

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Step 1: Open “Settings” on your android marshmallow 6.0 & lollipop 5.1.1.


Step 2: Scroll down until the end of the page and tap on “Developer options”.


By default disable developer option.

Step 3: Enable “Developer options” on your device.

When enabling it, you can see the below screen on your device.


Step 4: Tap on “OK”.


Step 5: Under the debugging section, tap on “buffer size for logging”.

By default the set size of each log buffer is 256K. You can see below screen on your device

change buffer size logging android

Step 6: Choose from above-given screen to change log buffer size android phone

Set Buffer Size For Logging in Android 10 and 9 Pie

By default set android 10 logger sizes per log buffer is 256K. Also chose off to switch off the logger buffer size in Android.

Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Debugging > Logger Buffer sizes > Off/64K/256K/1M/4M/16M

Change Bluetooth audio codec on Android 9 Pie and Android 10

Make sure turn on developer options in your android devices.

Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Networking > Bluetooth Audio Codec

That’s it. Above you can see the step by step guide to change buffer size logging android phone. If you notice that there is something missing feel free to let us know on below comment box. Don’t forget to share this trick with your friends! Connect with us for daily updates.

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