Hi, you could use Fiddler installed in a Windows PC. It works as a proxy service, allowing you to capture, see and analyze all the traffic going through it. So you will see all requests coming from your clients and responses from the servers.
To make it work with your smartphone phone, you need to connect the phone via wifi to the same LAN as your PC and set your phone wifi setting to use your PC IP and corresponding IP port as its proxy server.
Hope this helps.
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Make sure you have properly configured:
- The whitelist
- The content-security-policy meta tag
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Any device running Android 4.0 (ICS) and later currently has Chrome Debugging, and you can use Google Chrome to attach to debug versions of Cordova applications for debugging. This should allow you to see if the XHRs are actually going anywhere. This uses the USB connection between your phone and the PC and you don't have to mess with network settings.
Documentation on this can actually be found on the Google Chrome site: