1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 15, 2016 6:47 AM by Edward Correia

    Debugging Enterprise Browser 1.4 on TC8000 with Chrome

    Gord Davey

      Hi all,

      I need to debug some Javascript. I have a TC8000 with Enterprise Browser 1.4.

      I've enabled developer mode,

      I've connected the TC8000 with USB

      The USB drivers are installed.

      I open Chrome -> Developer Tools, and inspect the devices, and it does see my TC8000.

      On the TC8000 the browser has been started (I've even enabled the Debug buttons in my Config.xml) and it is sitting on the page I need to debug.


      Chrome, shows


      Devices               TC8000 #2342344144 (serial #)

                                         No browsers detected.


      (green circle)Connected





      That's it. It does not seem to detect the Enterprise Browser. Even though it is running (yes I clicked on the auth for the computer dialog before running the enterprise browser)

      Is there a debug edition of the browser?

      Do I need to do something further, I've never tried a debugging session like this before.


      Thank You

        • Re: Debugging Enterprise Browser 1.4 on TC8000 with Chrome
          Edward Correia



          Sorry, but EB 1.4 does not support debugging with Chrome Inspector (the docs for 1.4 incorrectly stated that it did, and have since been corrected), but you can debug through Chrome using Weinre. It's documented on our new TechDocs site for EB 1.4. Weinre "officially" supports Jelly Bean but should also work on any higher version that can run node.js.


          Enterprise Browser 1.5 will support on-device debugging with Chrome Inspector, and is scheduled for release in a few weeks.


          I hope this helps.


          Eddie Correia