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Leonardo_C_
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Trouble deactivating Intel App Debugger requests

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Hi, I'm developing a html5 cordova project and I was doing some tests directly on the phone.

Then I used the "On device debugging", pasted the WEINRE script code in my HTML file and ran the WEINRE debugger directly on my pc brownser, using the given url (http://debug-software.intel.com/client/#) and the Weinre id.

So far so good, but for now, I don't want to debug, but I still keep receiving requests from 'http://debug-software.intel.com/ws/target/' at every second in my application(I'm using the chrome developer tools, network listener tab to see this).

What can I do to stop from receiving this requests for now?

Thanks for the help.

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Leonardo_C_
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Oh, my bad Dale, just figured it out what's happening.

I forgot to take off the script tag that references to WEINRE from my HTML document. I took off and now it's working, i'm not receiving the requests anymore.

Thank you for the attention.

 

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Dale_S_Intel
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To be clear, you're seeing these messages in your browser, right?  Not on the phone or in your debugging session?

Have you tried closing and reopening the browser?

Dale

 

Leonardo_C_
Novice
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Yes, I see them from my browser, in the network tab of chrome developer tools, and I already reopened the browser.

Here the image:

requests_keep_coming.jpg

Dale_S_Intel
Employee
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Odd, I haven't seen that, but I rarely use Weinre.  I'll see if I can reproduce it as well as talk to the local experts.

If you have a small example that illustrates the problem, that'd be helpful.

 

Dale

 

Leonardo_C_
Novice
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Oh, my bad Dale, just figured it out what's happening.

I forgot to take off the script tag that references to WEINRE from my HTML document. I took off and now it's working, i'm not receiving the requests anymore.

Thank you for the attention.

 

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Dale_S_Intel
Employee
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No problem, glad it's working now!

Dale

 

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