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android – Unable to connect with remote debugger

Posted by: admin March 10, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I’m using React.JS and when I do react-native run-android (with my device plugged in) I see a blank page. When I shake the device and select Debug JS Remotely from the option list I see the following screen.

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FYI:

OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Node version is: v4.6.2
java version "1.8.0_111"
react": "15.4.1
react-native": "0.38.0
How to&Answers:

In my case the issue was that the emulator was making a request to:

http://10.0.2.2:8081/debugger-ui

instead of:

http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui and the request was failing.

To solve the issue: Before enabling remote debugging on your emulator, open http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui in chrome. Then enable remote debugging and go back to the chrome page where you should see your console logs.

Answer:

Solved the issue following:

  • Press Cmd + M on emulator screen
  • Go to Dev settings > Debug server host & port for device
  • Set localhost:8081
  • Rerun the android app: react-native run-android

Debugger is connected now!

Answer:

I solved it doing adb reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081 and then reload on my phone.

Answer:

In my case, selecting Debug JS Remotely launched Chrome, but did not connect with the android device. Normally, the new Chrome tab/window would have the debugging URL pre-populated in the address bar, but in this case the address bar was blank. After the timeout period, the “Unable to connect with remote debugger” error message was displayed. I fixed this with the following procedure:

  • Run adb reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081
  • Paste http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui into the address field of my Chrome browser. You should see the normal debugging screen but your app will still not be connected.

That should fix the problem. If not, you may need to take the following additional steps:

  • Close and uninstall the app from your Android device
  • Reinstall the app with react-native run-android
  • Enable remote debugging on your app.
  • Your app should now be connected to the debugger.

Answer:

I had a similar issue that led me to this question. In my browser debugger I was getting this error message:

Access to fetch at ‘http://localhost:8081/index.delta?platform=android&dev=true&minify=false‘ from origin ‘http://127.0.0.1:8081‘ has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. If an opaque response serves your needs, set the request’s mode to ‘no-cors’ to fetch the resource with CORS disabled.

It took me awhile to realize I was using 127.0.0.1:8081 instead of localhost:8081 for my debugger.

To fix it, I simply had to change Chrome from:

http://127.0.0.1:8081/debugger-ui/

to

http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui/

Answer:

Make sure that the node server to provide the bundle is running in the background. To run start the server use npm start or react-native start and keep the tab open during development

Answer:

My case is that when I tap enable remote JS debugging, it will launch chrome, but can not connect to it.

I have tried to run:

adb reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081 

, did but not work.

I uninstalled my chrome totally and install a new one. And it works.

Answer:

  1. react-native start –reset-cache in one tab and react-native run-android in another
  2. adb reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081 ( so you could add it to your scripts and just run yarn run adb-reverse)
  3. If you’re using android, Instead of shake your phone a great tip is run adb commands.

So you can run:

  • adb shell input keyevent 82 (menu option )
  • adb shell input keyevent 46 46 ( reload )

Answer:

The other answers here were missing one crucial step for me. In AndroidManifest.xml I needed to add usesCleartextTraffic:

    <application
      ...
      android:usesCleartextTraffic="true">

You probably don’t want to keep this in the production release of your app though, unless you want to support insecure http requests.

After I added this to my AndroidManifest.xml, then I followed Tom Aranda’s answer, and the emulator was finally able to connect to the debugger.

Answer:

I did @sajib s answer and used this script to redirect ports:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

# packager
adb reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081
adb -d reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081
adb -e reverse tcp:8081 tcp:8081

echo "🚧 React Native Packager Redirected 🚧"

Answer:

uninstall your application, then run react-native run-android. then click debugging end in chrome replace http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui/, end run react-native run-android. if you still haven’t succeeded try again

Answer:

Inculding all impressive answers the expert developers specially Ribamar Santos provided, if you didn’t get it working, you must check something more tricky!

Something like Airplane mode of your (emulated) phone! Or your network status of Emulator (Data status and Voice status on Cellular tab of Emulator configuration) that might be manipulated to don’t express network! for some emulation needs!

I’ve overcome to this problem by this trick! It was a bit breathtaking debug to find this hole!

Answer:

in my case it also need to install it’s npm package

so

npm install react-native-debugger -g