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I am trying to use the  Remote Web Inspector tool for my Tizen app running remotely on my Samsung TV, Reading through forums Its coming into knowledge that the Tizen RWI framework does not support or work on newer versions of chrome. The last working chrome version with the RWI is V79 or lower, considering the chrome version being three years old and being open to all security vulnerabilities, Is there a way that we can use the RWI compatible with newer web versions?  Or is there any other possible way to use inspect my Tizen App running on the Samsung TV.

I hope its clear and understable.

Thanks!

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