Out of curiosity, I accepted the AirDrop and an archive started downloading.
The item finally downloaded, and I discovered it was an archive! To be exact, it was a
.tar.gz file that I unzipped with archive-utility.
There are only 2 Apple TVs that could've sent me this file. Both are signed into the same iCloud account, but haven't been touched when the AirDrop request appeared. In fact, neither had been connected to the new Internet router we had installed earlier. I looked in the crash file and it mentioned TestFlight and other tvOS apps, meaning it's the 4th generation Apple TV.
A few hours later, I continued working until I got the notification again. I downloaded another error log and decided to look at it. Here is my
[1;31mERROR:[0m Tracing is off - cannot save trace data to tailspin file Sampling all processes for 2 seconds with 250 milliseconds of run time between samples Sampling completed, generating report... 2017-03-06 02:55:36.471549-0500 spindump[2104:310691] Failed to find matching kernel in /System/Library/Kernels, / Failed to find matching kernel in /System/Library/Kernels, / Spindump analysis written to file /var/mobile/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/DiagnosticLogs/sysdiagnose/sysdiagnose_2017.03.06_02-55-34-0500/spindump-nosymbols.txt 2017-03-06 02:55:42.956842-0500 spindump[2112:310854] Failed to find matching kernel in /System/Library/Kernels, / Failed to find matching kernel in /System/Library/Kernels, /
What happened? Did the fourth-generation Apple TV crash, or was is something else?