Using the web viewer on Xiaomi device

Yes, I have chrome installed.

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Since Android 7, Chrome has taken over the function of WebView implementation. WebView Android Service is still installed but kept inactive and will automatically get activated when you uninstall or disable Chrome.

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updating the topic title here since this seems to be device specific.

I see that the name of the topic is changed! OK. With @domhnallohanlon we have a discussion on the topic of the web viewer. Unfortunately, it fails to recreate the crash that we have been discussing for a long time, that this component causes for Android 9 and higher versions. I am attaching a link to a project and I will ask everyone to take a test and share the result.
https://x.thunkable.com/copy/795f03640ef61dc0452676a7f6ab9fd7

This is happening on my android 9

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I ran the test project and yes it should fail because the Web Viewer visible is set to FALSE. When I switch it to TRUE it works.

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@Balanced_Kitchen

See this article

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Hi
sorry but I also face same thing because There are 2 reason

  1. If the code of the will be wrong
  2. If it will crash just uninstall the Thunkable live app and reinstall

This is my suggestion if you want suggestion from staff
IGNORE THIS MESSAGE
Thank you ! :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes: :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes: :grin:

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This article explains all the anomalies. I have correctly oriented myself to remove the web viewer from my project.

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your mobile is Redmi Note 7s ?

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 pro