Remote Debugging Chrome on Android with Windows

I’m an IPhone user. I like the device. I’m not a fanboy. I’m curious. So I got myself an HUAWEI P smart with Android Oreo (Version 8).1. Lets set up developer mode by following the android studio guide…Open the Settings appSelect System (only on Android 8.0 or higher) Scroll to the bottom and select “About phone”Scroll to the bottom and tap “Build number” 7 times–Whaaaaat? Tap? Seven times? Really 7?Return to the previous screen to find “Developer options” near the bottom2. Connect to the PhoneDownload the Android SDK Platform-ToolsExtract the filesConnect the phone using USB cableRun the Android Device Bridge (ADB) on the computer “adb devices”Enable USB debugging on the device settings and authorize the computerRun “adb devices” againRun “& ./adb forward tcp:9222 localabstract:chrome_devtools_remote”3. Connect Chrome to the deviceOpen ChromeHit [F12] to open the DevToolsClick Settings | More Tools | Remote devices4. Start DebuggingClick on the device you connected in the DevTools remove devices windowOpen a new tab or select an existing oneClick Inspect to open the remote inspection windowHTH