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Using Google Chrome Console On Any Mobile Device!

dev0x0 profile image Mohamed El Bahja ・1 min read

Google Chrome is my default web browser in all my devices, in this post I'll share with you how to use the console on your mobile devices.

Let's Start.

Android

1 - Enable Developer mode by going to Settings > About phone then tap on Build number 7 times.
2 - Enable USB Debugging from Developer Options.
3 - On your desktop, open DevTools click on more icon then More Tools > Remote Devices.

Chrome Remote Devices

4 - Check on Discover USB devices option.
5 - Open chrome on your phone.
6 - Plug your phone via USB, then you will see an authorization popup click OK.
7 - You will be able to see your phone tabs and Inspect them.

Chrome Remote Devices Debugging

iOS And Others

Just open new tab and type: chrome://inspect, then click on Start logging button, then visit the page that you want to debug.

I hope this helps you 🙏

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Discussion

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Win10, Android 9 - doesn't work for me, nothing happens when plugging in. USB debugging is on. What now?
Edit: It's a Samsung, maybe that's why
stackoverflow.com/questions/219259...

 

Changing USB connection mode to "Audio Source" while everything was connected worked for me (Win10, Android 8.0).
stackoverflow.com/a/49193147/6464705

 

I haven't seen the discover USB devices

 

On new chrome version you can find it on:
chrome://inspect/#devices