Click here to Skip to main content
11,923,046 members (60,569 online)
Click here to Skip to main content
Add your own
alternative version

Tagged as



How to Enable Detailed Spokes Logging

, 7 Jan 2013 CPOL
How to Enable Detailed Spokes Logging.

Editorial Note

This article is in the Product Showcase section for our sponsors at CodeProject. These reviews are intended to provide you with information on products and services that we consider useful and of value to developers.


Something not working quite right with Spokes or your integration to Spokes?

If you need to turn on more detailed application logging in Spokes to try to see what is going on or to post log entries on PDC when asking for help, please follow the below process:

Pre-requisite: full Spokes Software is installed. Obtain from

To turn on Spokes logging run the program:


in there you choose High or Very High

Also in that program click the blue link to open the log folder…

It puts the log file here:


Note, logs get numbers on the end when they rollover, e.g. PlantronicsURE.log.*

(can be numbered .1 .2 .3 etc as log size rolls over 10MB)

If you are trying to reproduce an issue you can use Very High setting, then reduce again once you've completed test.

It is apparently not recommended to leave on Very High all the time because it *could* introduce subtle behaviour differences, e.g. around DFU (firmware upgrade).

I personally leave mine on Very High all the time as I often use the debug trace information when debugging Spokes integrations.

This article was written by Lewis Collins. Lewis became a member of the Plantronics Engineering team in August 2011. In this role he provides software consulting and expertise internally across teams and to external development partners who want to integrate with the Plantronics SDK kits and headset products. Previously Lewis gained experience in a wide range of software engineering activities and technologies, working in the telecommunications and public safety sectors as a software engineer at Integraph, a consultant for Altran Technologies UK and as a software engineer for Teleca Ltd.


This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)


About the Author

United States United States
Today’s smart devices and applications have untapped potential in the realm of context-aware computing. Plantronics is making it possible for its audio devices to deliver contextual information to a range of applications through Plantronics headsets. The Plantronics Spokes SDK allows developers to create a range of business applications that will have the power to change the way we communicate and collaborate.

Please check out our DevZone for more info on the Spokes SDK:

You may also be interested in...

Comments and Discussions

-- There are no messages in this forum --
| Advertise | Privacy | Terms of Use | Mobile
Web02 | 2.8.151125.3 | Last Updated 7 Jan 2013
Article Copyright 2012 by Plantronics
Everything else Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2015
Layout: fixed | fluid