I got it to work with GenyMotion, but not on real device. There must be some setting i am missing to allow inspection of webview.
I thought maybe I need to build for debug. But when I tried that, it didn't make any difference for inspection (both debug and non-debug work on GenyMotion, but not on real device). But if I build for debug everything in the UI is really tiny!
I can probably get by for now on GenyMotion. Bu there are some appearance differences on real devices, and it would be handy to have this working.
Post by Vladimir Musulainen on May 23, 2017 7:18:36 GMT
I constantly use Chrome remote device webview inspector with rhodes applications and it works perfectly. But some time ago I faced too with the inspector cannot connect with the webvie. I have an opinion that this may be connected to the device
Thanks, I tried a number of things, and haven't found a solution yet.
- try connecting USB directly to Mac, not to a USB hub - try accept or deny MTP when connect with USB
Neither of these make a difference, and anyway, I DO see Chrome sessions in Chrome DevTools. Just not webview in Rhodes app. And yet I do see webview in Rhodes app on GenyMotion.
Debug/production build doesn't seem to make a difference. In fact, I seldom/never use debug build for Android, and was able to inspect on device in the past. And I can inspect on GenyMotion with production build.
Of course, it is up to my build.yml configuration to remove "debug" capability for real production builds. For now, I build with it always on.
(And I just caught something with another project I will email Konstantin about...)