iPhone Reboot Log

I want to see when was my last few reboot time.
Is there any way can view the iPhone reboot log on iPhone?
Any app can do this?
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Billy MaVice PresidentAuthor Commented:
Just like the last reboot command on iOS
Anyone know?
David AndersTechnician Commented:
You can't get to that syslog normally.  The wiki details a cydia application manager which only exists on a jail-broken iphone.

You used to be able to view the logs with the iPhone Configuration Utility 2.0, but that's no longer available.  I don't know if Apple Configurator has that ability.

Someone's also written their own utility for that.

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I tried the utility, but it seems out of date and wasn't working for me.

Apple Configurator 2 from the App Store seems able to read the logs, but it's only a portion of it.  I only got 20 minutes of logs from my phone through Apple Cofigurator 2.  You may have to experiment with it, but I seem to only get recent logs while I'm connected to the phone.  I'm not sure how to pull up older logs.
Billy MaVice PresidentAuthor Commented:
I don't have Mac, any chance can do it in Windows?
Unfortunately, it seems that Apple Configurator 2 is only for a Mac.

See if you can get the older iPhone Configuration utility.

The original source from Apple has been removed.  http://thetechjournal.com/electronics/iphone/download-apple-iphone-configuration-utility-for-mac-and-windows.xhtml
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