This article is the second part of a two-part article on how to debug ionic apps. The techniques described here are helpful if your app is in release mode. If you are looking for ways to debug an app during development(debug version), please look at the first part of this article.

The downside of all the methods I explained in the first part of this article is that they are only available as long as the app is in debug mode (not the release version).

When you sign the app for Release, the app cannot be debugged using remote debugging…


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