Whenever you're working on the (SQLite) persistence layer of your #Android
app, especially when debugging a problem, it can be invaluable to see the executed SQL statements in plain text in logcat.
So for verbose logging simply set the appropriate properties with "adb shell" like this:
adb shell setprop log.tag.SQLiteLog V
adb shell setprop log.tag.SQLiteStatements V
adb shell stop
adb shell start
That's it. Whenever any of the installed apps now accesses the database you should see the executed statement in the log output.
These simple lines saved me some gray hair today :)