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Inspector for Firefox on ANDROID
I am sorry to be asking a question that makes my ignorance so obvious, but I have to admit I am totally stumped on the captioned topic.
I am in the total habit of opening the Firefox Inspector either by holding down the CMD and OPTION keys while striking sharply, but without excessive force, the I key, or, in a futile effort to maintain flexibility, I have made a point of practicing the Inspector Open operation by selecting Tools from the FireFox menu, then taping the item marked Inspector, found faithfully awaiting my call everytime I seek its services in the location.
Since this is a Firefox for Android thread, you no doubt by now know my problem. Neither of those vastly different procedures can be carried out on at least some Androids, and as luck happens to have decreed, my Android is among those without a way I can find to open the FireFox Inspector.
If by chance you are in possession or have been honored with custody of the information that can be used to open the inspector on an Android phone, providing that information to me will make my life whole and complete where it now is in a wasteland in the great state of bewilderment.
How to open inspector when FireMyFox is operating in association with Android and Glazer Red Herring Production Corporation.
P. S. I believe Glazer plays no signicant role as per se duprea.
Developer tools are currently unavailable in Firefox for Android, but may be included in a future release.Funda le mpendulo ngokuhambisana nalesi sihloko 👍 0
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If you mean view source, this iscurrently not a feature of Firefox for Android but may be included in a future update.
I am looking for a way to see this sort of thing through FireFox on Android (referring to image).
Developer tools are currently unavailable in Firefox for Android, but may be included in a future release.