[Android] – How to setup remote debugging for chrome on android devices with a mac?

Prerequisites :

  • X-Code
  • Homebrew ( To check : $ brew doctor ) .

Setup :

$ brew install android-sdk

# Add your environment variable ( ~/.bash_profile )

export ANDROID_HOME=/usr/local/opt/android-sdk

# Run the android application

$ android

# install “Android SDK Platform-tools”

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Usage

  • Connect an Android Device via USB.
  • Open a terminal and enter “chrome-android”.
  • Open Chrome on your device.
  • Visit localhost:9222 on your desktop machine for remote debugging.
  • Chrome Plugin

Chrome Plugin

A simpler way to perform remote debugging directly with Chrome is to install the “ADB Plugin”. It’s a Chrome Plugin/App and can be installed from the Chrome WebStore. All you need is a running Android SDK, nothing else. The ADB Plugin adds a icon to the Chrome toolbar which shows all inspectable targets on connected devices/emulators.

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