The official Android browser is a mess. It doesn’t even have a name. It’s no wonder that Google plans to replace it with Chrome.
Well, there’s a debugger built in to the default Android browser. In order to access it, you need to put a special instruction in the address bar, “about:debug” (you’ll receive no indication that anything happened).
Once you do this, you should notice two differences: 1) pressing the “Menu” button reveals a few new options at the end of the menu list 2) the settings panel has a bevy of new options available, a section called “Debug.”