How to inspect network requests and responses happened in Android System WebView remotely?

Recently I have a problem in inspecting network requests and responses happened in Android System WebView.

The problem is that our app sometimes failed to load some urls with Android System WebView, but we can not get enough information to trace these cases.

Tools like Fiddler or Charles have some limitations like I should have access to that Android device, right?

And I also tried tools like Chrome Remote Debugging, this tool was amazing to debug problems in Android System WebView, but I should have Android device and development machine connected via USB, right?

So, is there any helpful things for me to inspect network requests and responses happened in Android System WebView remotely?

Thanks all.

chrome dev tools tab is blank after upating the Android webview to latest version

Open dev tools tab on clicking inspect of the app. Once after updating the android system webview version to latest i.e. 65 version in the mobile, chrome dev tools tabs appears completely blank.

This works fine for older version of webview.

Android Devtools broken when inspecting Webview

This worked well and the problem started happenning about two weeks ago.

I run a Chrome on a Windows 10 computer. I have already tried uninstalling, and then reinstalling Chrome since the issue started. No change.

This is what happens:

1) I start Android emulator
2) Run my cordova app in it
3) Go to chrome://inspect and click on the link for my running app on emulator. It is listed ok, that works.
4) The DevTools window opens, but it does not show all the information as it did. I see half of the screen blank. The menu tabs sometimes don’t show, I have to minimize, then maximize, then they MAY show.
There are no scrollbars for any of the content panels so I cannot actually see anything useful.

I tried clicking on the gear icon in the top right of the screen, to open Settings, and see if changing something there would fix it. Nothing. The settings window opens but it will ONLY show the links on the left to the settings areas. The right side where the settings controls should be, is completely blank.

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I have created a new emulator and the same happened.

I have Android Studio 3.0.1

I tried inspecting the devtools with shift-ctrl-j

It is showing some strange errors. As if it was loading an older version of itself:

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Please help, I need to use this to debug my cordova app during development and I don’t know what else to do. Thank you.

Google Chrome Devtools broken when inspecting Android Webview

This worked well and the problem started happenning about two weeks ago.

I run a Chrome on a Windows 10 computer. I have already tried uninstalling, and then reinstalling Chrome since the issue started. No change.

This is what happens:

1) I start Android emulator
2) Run my cordova app in it
3) Go to chrome://inspect and click on the link for my running app on emulator. It is listed ok, that works.
4) The DevTools window opens, but it does not show all the information as it did. I see half of the screen blank. The menu tabs sometimes don’t show, I have to minimize, then maximize, then they MAY show.
There are no scrollbars for any of the content panels so I cannot actually see anything useful.

I tried clicking on the gear icon in the top right of the screen, to open Settings, and see if changing something there would fix it. Nothing. The settings window opens but it will ONLY show the links on the left to the settings areas. The right side where the settings controls should be, is completely blank.

enter image description here

enter image description here

I have created a new emulator and the same happened.

I have Android Studio 3.0.1

I tried inspecting the devtools with shift-ctrl-j

It is showing some strange errors. As if it was loading an older version of itself:

enter image description here

Please help, I need to use this to debug my cordova app during development and I don’t know what else to do. Thank you.