Chrome 32 or later installed on your development machine.
USB drivers installed on your development machine, if you're using
Windows. Ensure Device Manager reports the correct USB driver.
A USB cable to connect your Android device to your development machine.
Android 4.0 or later.
Chrome for Android installed on your Android device.
Enable USB Debugging:
1. Navigate to Settings > About Phone > scroll to the bottom > tap Build number seven (7) times. You'll get a short pop-up in the lower area of your display saying that you're now a developer.
2. Go back and now access the Developer options menu, check ‘USB debugging’ and click OK on the prompt.
That’s it, you’re done!
You can now enable and disable it whenever you want by going into Settings > Developer Options > Debugging > USB debugging
Enabling Debug Mode for your App:
Run, Website 2 APK > Menu Bar > Build Mode > Select 'Debug'
Now, Your App is ready to be Debugged.
Connnect your Android Device to your Computer.
Visit "chrome://inspect" in your Google Chrome Broswer
Run App on your Device.
You will see a list of Connected Devices like this:
Click on 'Inspect' to start Debugging on your Desktop Brows
This documentation is still under development, we are working to add more things to it to make it complete. Keep yourself up to date by visiting this page whenever you needs any help. If heaving some issues, you can contact Support