It logs messages and uncaught exceptions in the Android notification area. Too bad that it worked very unreliably. On my Android 3 tablet it sometimes didn't log even when explicitly calling console.log(). So it's just the current version freshly installed on to the physical devices. Still no step-by-step debugger or profiler. How do I make it larger?
However, you need Safari 6 on your desktop machine, which is only available for Mac OS X Lion or later. share|improve this answer edited Jul 16 '13 at 3:29 answered Jul 15 '13 at 9:30 Jez D 7261529 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or Similar to Firebug Lite, it implements a subset of the features of the WebKit Developer Tools.
Your work around works too. Microsoft Internet Explorer users Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox users Apple Safari users Opera users Android Phone & Tablet users iPhone & iPad users Internet Explorer Open the Internet Explorer browser. Click Customize and control Google Chrome in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window. Android Native Browser Debug DOM exploration not working in FB.
If yes , how ? Phonegap However, it's only working with the iOS simulator, not with real devices. Reasonably fast setup...
On iPhone it didn't work at all for some reason, but Firebug is pretty much impossible to operate on phones anyway, due to the small screen. However, if you wanted to, you could easily replace it with a
Method 3 Using Mozilla Firefox 1 Open the browser. Now type "adb forward tcp:9222 localabstract:chrome_devtools_remote" and open "localhost:9222" on your PC's Google Chrome. If you can share the address of the page, someone could take a look (assuming no login is required). have a peek at these guys About this wikiHow Community Tested By: Mohil KharewikiHow Technology Team How helpful is this?
Even console.trace(), which can be really useful sometimes, doesn't work at all.
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