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I'm developing a mobile site which runs on port 8888. I want to see how it looks on my Android phone. How can I use my phone's web browser to view pages on port 8888?

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You should just be able to add the port to the end of the domain as you would with a desktop browser, e.g. http://mysite.com:8888. Chrome and the built-in Browser app definitely support this as I use them in this fashion on a daily basis; I'd imagine other browsers would as well since the syntax is defined in the RFC specification.

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thanks. I just found out that the problem is on webserver. – JR Galia Nov 27 '12 at 3:41

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