Debugging on device is an experimental feature. You can debug on device from the classic Windows desktop client, the extension for Visual Studio or the command-line interface.
In the Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and later, you can debug on device using the AppBuilder debug tools or the built-in Microsoft Visual Studio debugger. For earlier versions of Microsoft Visual Studio, you can debug on device only using the AppBuilder debug tools.
For physical devices running the latest versions of iOS, you can debug your application while running it on the device. When debugging on iOS devices, AppBuilder taps into the built-in debugger tool on the device.
For physical and virtual devices running Android, you can debug your application while running it on the device. When debugging on Android 4.4 and later devices, AppBuilder taps into the built-in debugger tool on the device.
On devices, running Android 4.3 or earlier, you need to add the jsHybugger custom plugin. Without a license, jsHybugger limits your debugging sessions to two minutes. With a license, jsHybugger does not limit your debugging sessions.
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