How can I access the browser console on Opera Mobile on Android?

Browser console = something similar to the developer console window on Chrome, when pressing the keyboard shortcut Ctrl Shift J

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    Seems unlikely. It is a botched fork of Chromium. Most chrome://urls cannot be accessed. Even the official guide for remote debugging is outdated and no longer works.
    – Firelord
    Jun 9, 2020 at 14:11
  • Maybe some answers from stackoverflow.com/questions/37256331/… might be helpful. Jun 9, 2020 at 18:41

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You can try this app that I developed it may help you,
F12 | Browser Console for Mobile Devices

But if you are developing something and want to access Console for it, then following the steps in following link will be a better option https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/remote-debugging


That feature seems to be unavailable for all major android browsers. You could try Opera-mini instead.

  1. Reset the console output by opening a new tab with the address debug:resetconsole Reset output
  2. Open a tab on the page on which you want to do the inspection: example.com
  3. Run JavaScript code on the page by replacing the address in the address bar with the following address javascript:var%20n%3Ddocument.firstChild%3Bwhile%28n%20%26%26%20n.nodeType%21%3DNode.ELEMENT_NODE%29%20n%3Dn.nextSibling%3Bconsole.log%28n.outerHTML%29%3B
  4. Retrieve the output by opening a new tab with the address debug:console Output

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