How to debug pages in UC browser
Debug real-time content on your Android device remotely from a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. This tutorial whill show you how to:
- Set up your Android device for remote debugging and discover devices from your development computer.
- Check and debug live content on your Android device from your development computer.
- Capture the contents of your Android device to your DevTools instance on your development computer.
- Chrome 40 or later is installed on the development computer (the latest version is recommended).
- The [USB Driver] has been installed on the development computer (https://developer.android.com/tools/extras/oem-usb.html?hl=en) (if you are using Windows). Make sure Device Manager reports the correct USB driver
- Have a USB cable that connects your Android device to your development computer.
- Android 4.0 or later.
- UC Browser (Android Developer Edition) is installed on your Android device. Download: https://plus.ucweb.com/download/.
Step 1: Discover your Android device
- On your Android device, select Settings > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging . On devices running Android 4.2 and later, Developer options is hidden by default. See Enabling developer options on your device for how to enable it.
- Open Chrome on your development computer. Remote Debugging does not work in Incognito Mode or Guest Mode.
- Enter in the address bar to open DevTools Devices.
- Make sure Discover USB devices is enabled.
- Connect your Android device directly to your development computer using a USB cable. Do not use any intervening USB hubs. If this is the first time you connect your Android device to this development computer, your device will show Offline.
- If your device is showing Offline , Allow USB Debugging permission prompts are accepted on your Android device. Offline is replaced by the model name of your Android device. At this point, you can remotely debug your UC browser on your Android device from your development computer.
Note: If you encounter any problems with the discovery process, you can restart the process by selecting Settings > Developer Options > Revoke USB Debugging Authorizations on your Android device.
Step 2: Debug the content on your Android device from your development computer.
- If you have not opened your UC browser on your Android device, open it now.
- Back to DevTools Devices, click on the label that matches the device's model name. At the top of this page you will see the model name of your Android device, followed by its serial number. Below the model name, you can see the version of UC Browser running on the device. Each open UC browser's label will have its own area. You can interact with this tab from this area.
- Click Inspect below the URL you just opened. This will open a new instance of DevTools.
Go to the Elements panel of your DevTools instance and hover over an element to highlight it in the viewport of the Android device.
You can also tap an element on the Android device screen to select it in the Elements panel. Click Select Element on your DevTools instance, then tap on this element on your Android device's screen. Note that Select Element will be disabled after the first touch, so you will need to re-enable it each time you want to use it.
UC Browser works with the following file extensions:
Note: You can click on any file extension link from the list below, to view its detailed information. The list of extensions used or otherwise associated with the application may not be complete, because many common file extensions on our website, such as jpg (pictures) or txt (text files), can be opened by a large number of applications, or are too general file format. However most, if not all directly associated file extensions should be listed with its appropriate program. Although its likely, that some file extensions may be missing from the list of associated file extensions with the application, yet they can be opened, be part of, or otherwise be associated with the program.
UC Browser default file extension associations
Common file extensions used by UC Browser
Chinese Developer Edition
Kernel Version: U4/4.0(M78)Download
Chinese Production Release
Kernel Version: U4/2.0(M57)Download
UC Browser (Android)
International Developer Edition
Kernel Version: U4/2.0(M57)Download
UC Browser (Android)
International Production Release
Kernel Version: U4/2.0(M57)Download
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Video Downloader for UC Browser
This tool doesn’t change the interface of UC Browser at all, so you won’t lose sight of any part of the menu or options that it includes. Video Downloader for UC Browser is so subtle that it seems like a standard, integrated tool. It does this by adding only a simple arrow icon under each video, so that you know which ones you can or can’t download.
The download process takes only a few seconds and the files are saved to the folder ‘My videos’ which you’ll find in the menu bar in the lower part of the screen. Clicking on this category opens the different options, where you’ll have to select ‘Downloads’ to see the files that you’ve downloaded using Video Downloader for UC Browser. Once there, you can watch them, edit their names, or open the location where they are stored.
This app turns your UC Browser into a such a complete tool that you’ll never go back to using any other browser. It has all of the features that you need on a daily basis and additional features such as Video Downloader for UC Browser, the app that lets you download your favorite music or videos to your device in a matter of minutes. Browse and download from one app thanks to the combination of these two tools.
NotesIn order to use this tool, you must have the UC Browser installed
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UC Browser Turbo- Fast Download, Secure, Ad Block
UC Browser Turbo 2020 is a new app of UC Browser Team. It is a fast, simple, data saving and secure web browser for Android phone.
UC Turbo brings you fast video download, mini ads block, data saver, free cloud acceleration(powerful as VPN), share files to whatsapp, easy to search, private & safe browsing, video playing in background, watch cricket matches offline, pesonalized wall picture HD, multi-language and homepage customizable to optimize your using experience.
■ Minimalist Design
■ Fast Video Download
■ Free Cloud Acceleration
■ Private Space
■ Data Saving
■ Useful Tools Kit
■ Switch Tab on Toolbar
■ Secure Browsing
■ Ad Block
■ Video playing in background
■ Homepage Customizable
■ Watch Video Offline
■ Night Mode
■ Personalized Wallpaper HD
■ Support Multi-language
No news flow, no push message, simple but smart design brings you clean and convenient browsing experience.
Fast Video Download
Our servers speed up and stabilize downloads. By setting high download threads, your download speed may enhance a lot.
Free Cloud Acceleration
Free cloud acceleration help you visit websites and watch videos around the world anytime at anywhere.
Users enable to hide downloaded online videos or files and encrypt with password, creating a privately-owned space.
UC Browser Turbo helps you use less mobile data to control your data budget. Whether you're downloading or browsing, UC Turbo always saves 90% data.
Useful Tools Kit
With a series of tools like status downloader, network speed test, image search, you just need to open UC Turbo to own them.
Switch Tab on Toolbar
It is a special feature which can save your time and give you smooth browsing. Just move your finger on toolbar, tabs can be switched quickly. Open and Delete options are added now!
Incognito mode helps you to browse in private. Your browsing history will not be recorded in this mode.
Ad Block function blocks different forms of ads that effect your browsing experience. Also you can mark them manually to block ads with same style in future.
Video playing in background
It supports one-tab to play videos in background, even with incognito mode. You can listen your videos when you do other things.
Personalized Wallpaper HD
Set your favorite photos on your phone as wallpapers and share them to social platform with one click.
You can decide your own homepage. Add your favorite sites to homepage from Bookmarks (add sites to Bookmarks first), or delete all built-in sites to have a blank homepage. You can also set your own picture as unique wallpaper. It’s all up to you.
Watch Video Offline
Download your favorite videos in advance so that you can watch them anywhere or anytime as you wish, even in situation without any network.
Multi-language customized for you. Choose the language that suits you to achieve barrier-free browsing.
Night mode is more eye friendly and allows you to browse more comfortably at night.
For help & feedback, please go to feedback pages in Settings. Thank you.
More about UC Turbo
Official Website: https://turbo.ucweb.com
Chinese web browser developed by UCWeb Inc
Homepage of UC Browser for iOS, running on iPhone X with United States location services
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220.127.116.113 (June 12, 2019; 2 years ago (2019-06-12))
18.104.22.1682 (October 19, 2020; 11 months ago (2020-10-19))
22.214.171.1246 (May 22, 2020; 16 months ago (2020-05-22))
126.96.36.1999 (June 23, 2014; 7 years ago (2014-06-23))
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|Available in||Chinese, English, Urdu, Bangla, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Russian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Bhojpuri|
UC Browser is a web browser developed by mobile internet company UCWeb, a subsidiary of the Alibaba Group. It was the most popular mobile browser in India and Indonesia, and the second most popular one in China as of 2017. Its world-wide browser share as of May 2021 is 1.34% according to StatCounter.
Originally launched in April 2004 as a Java-only application, it is now available on a number of platforms including Android, iOS, BlackBerry OS, Java ME, Symbian, Windows Phone, Microsoft Windows. It has been the subject of several security and privacy controversies, and was banned in India on June 29, 2020, shortly after the 2020 China–India skirmishes.
UC Browser is a cross-platform web browser primarily targeted at mobile phones. It is known for its small app size and data compression technology, making it popular in emerging markets where people tend to have mobile phones with more limited device memory and internet bandwidth. In particular, the browser is unique in its use of proxy servers, which run data through UCWeb servers before sending it to the user's device, enabling data compression but also posing privacy risks. Additional features of the browser include cloud acceleration, multi-file format downloading, HTML5 web app and cloud syncing features, and "fast download", a feature that downloads files in multiple parts simultaneously.
UC Browser is available as both an Android app and an iOS app, and is also available on several other older or discontinued mobile operating systems including BlackBerry OS, Symbian, and Windows Phone. While primarily a mobile app, UCWeb also offers a Microsoft Windows desktop version (there is no macOS version).
UC Browser uses proxy servers to compress web pages before sending them to users. This process requires less memory on the user's device and lowers data costs; however, it also poses privacy and security risks as all of the data accessed by the user through UC Browser first runs through a UCWeb server, rather than going directly to the user's device.
UC+: HTML5, WebApp and add-ons
In July 2013, UCWeb announced the UC+ Open Platform. The platform consists of a WebApp store, an add-on platform and an Application Bookmark Platform. It went live with the launch of UC Browser v9.2 for Android.
Developers can use a provided SDK to create programs that the browser runs in different scenarios. Users can download and install them from the browser's add-on panel. Examples include sharing to social media, webpage translation, augmented reality, and voice control. The Application Bookmark Platform allows partner websites to put up a QR code on UC Browser for users to scan, which adds the webpage to their bookmarks. This platform was among the first in China.
The browser supports simultaneous downloads and includes a download manager, including pages for offline reading. It supports pausing and resuming downloads. The current version of the download manager has features designed to solve common problems while downloading, such as an intermittent internet connection and mislabeled files. The download process can continue after the app is closed, and can also automatically resume if the download is interrupted. The download manager sorts downloaded files by type and places them in respective folders.
UCWeb claims that the cloud system used by the browser tends to fetch data from the closest servers available, making the loading process quicker and smoother for users.
Privacy and security
Leaked NSA reports
In May 2015, National Security Agency (NSA) documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden indicated that UC Browser leaks sensitive data like international mobile subscriber identities, international mobile station equipment identities, MSISDN's, Android ID's, MAC addresses, and geolocation and Wi-Fi-related data without any encryption. These leaks were used by intelligence agencies to track users. The documents also revealed that the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) had identified UC Browser as a security weak point. Its widespread use in China, India and Indonesia made it particularly attractive to ASD. The documents revealed that in cooperation with its Five Eyes partners, ASD hacked the UC Browser and infected smartphones with spyware. The ASD declined to comment in relation to the revelations.
Citizen Lab report
In May 2015, Citizen Lab, a laboratory based at the University of Toronto, published a report finding numerous privacy and security issues with both the English language and Chinese language editions of the Android version of UC Browser. The report criticized the transmission of personally identifiable information to various commercial analytics tools and the transmission of user search queries without encryption. They also managed to bypass the encryption of UC Browser, leading them to accuse UCWeb of using non-effective encryption systems to transmit personally identifiable subscriber data, mobile device identifiers, and user geolocation data.
In May 2016, Alibaba Group provided Citizen Lab with updated versions of UC Browser in order to verify their security fixes to these issues. The subsequent update published by Citizen Lab indicated that not all of the previously identified data leaks and privacy breaches had been fixed in UC Browser.
After the release of the Citizen Lab report, the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Hyderabad, a scientific research unit within India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY), began a technical investigation into the "several major privacy and security vulnerabilities that would seriously expose users of UC Browser to surveillance and other privacy violations" alleged in the report. C-DAC found that the browser (which was the second-most-used browser in India) had been sending user data to Chinese servers and that it retains control over a user's device DNS even after the browser is deleted.
In March 2019, analysts at the anti-malware firm Doctor Web publicly disclosed that UC Browser and UC Browser Mini for Android was downloading and installing extra modules from the company's own servers via an unprotected HTTP channel. This exposed browser users to arbitrary remote code execution if an attacker was able to perform a man-in-the-middle attack to deliver malicious module (but no cases of exploitation were publicly disclosed). Furthermore, this violates Google Play policies that forbid Google Play apps from downloading any executable code from any sources outside of Google Play. In June 2020, a new version of its UC browser was added to the Google Play store with updated settings that comply with the store's security guidelines.
According to tests on Qualys, a cloud security firm, and High-Tech Bridge, an internet security firm, UC Browser contains Logjam, FREAK, and POODLE vulnerabilities. UC Browser also uses an outdated RC4cipher cryptography with deprecated SSL 3 or even SSL 2 protocols, which have many security flaws.
In May 2019, Indian security researcher Arif Khan reported that the URL address bars on the UC Browser and UC Browser Mini apps were susceptible to URL spoofing.
iOS incognito mode data harvesting
June 2021 it was discovered that the app is recording user data, sending IP addresses to Alibaba servers.
Further information: Usage share of web browsers
UC Browser gained significant popularity in China, India, and Indonesia in 2012 through 2017 and still retains some popularity in China. In October 2012, UC Browser topped Opera in Google Play's free Android app download category in India for the first time. Google Zeitgeist 2013 showed that the "Most Searched Mobile Apps" in India were dominated by messaging and browsing apps, with WhatsApp and UC Browser topping the rankings for the most searches on mobile in 2013. As of March 2014, UC Browser had over 500 million users, largely in China, India, and Indonesia, and as of 2016 it had more than 100 million monthly active users. According to the app analytics firm App Annie, UC Browser was the 8th most downloaded mobile app of the 2010–2019 decade.
However, according to independent web analytics firm StatCounter, UC Browser had never been the leading browser in China and had never exceeded 20% browser share there. As of March 2021, Google Chrome had 43% browser share, while UC Browser had 18%.
In India UC Browser was the leading browser from October 2013 through June 2017, peaking at 46% browser share. As of March 2021, Google Chrome had 85% browser share, while UC Browser had 4.3% share.
In Indonesia UC Browser was the leading browser from July 2015 much of the time until March 2017, peaking at 51% browser share. As of March 2021, Google Chrome had 81% browser share, while UC Browser had 1.9% share.
The number of users of UC Browser may be significantly affected by the May 2020 recommendation by India's National Security Council following the 2020 China–India skirmishes that UC Browser and other Chinese-owned apps be blocked due to cyber-security concerns.
UC Browser was initially launched in April 2004 as a J2ME-only application.
The logo of UC Browser was redesigned in 2012, from a cartoon squirrel to a more abstract and stylized squirrel that's more in line with American designs.
In May 2013, UCWeb customized its browser for Vodafone's Indian customers.
In August 2013, UC Browser provided distribution channels of companies like AppURL Initiative and partnered with distributor Gameloft to sell its products.
In 2013 also it announced a partnership with Trend Micro, under which both companies worked to provide mobile web safety assessments in the browser.
Ban in India
On June 26, 2020, the Government of India banned UC Browser, along with 58 other Chinese apps such as TikTok and WeChat, citing data and privacy issues and claiming that it is a "threat to the sovereignty and integrity" of the country. Many experts[who?] believe that the move was a retaliation to the 2020 China–India skirmishes between India and China.
Ban in China
In March 2021 the browser was removed from several Chinese app stores over a complaint that it was selling misleading medical adverts when searching for hospitals in the browser. It was still available on Apple Inc's Chinese app store.
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