How to run a sysdiagnose on an iPad

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Sometimes you need to dump your system logs for a developer of an application to understand why things are failing. sysdiagnose lets you have your iDevice emit a giant tarball of information so that they can pick out what the problem is.

However, their official button pressing procedure is finicky and doesn't give confirmation that anything is happening. Here's how you unconditionally force your iPad to do a sysdiagnose:

Then you can give the developer the file they need to diagnose the issue. Hope this helps!

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Tags: iPad, iPadOS