How To Disable Debug Logging In Kodi


If you are getting an annoying logging message (LOG, MEM, CUP %age) on your Kodi screen that means Debug logging has been enabled on your Kodi and if you don’t know how to disable it then follow this simple guide to disable it.

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Debug logging in kodi

Follow the below instructions to disable Debug Logging in Kodi:

01. From Main screen of your Kodi go into System

o2. Click on System again

03. Now select Logging and then on the right side of your screen you can see an option “Enable Debug logging”

04. Click on “Enable Debug logging” and it will be disabled

05. That is it, debug logging has been disabled and you will get no more logging message on your Kodi screen.