In order to troubleshoot development of a responsive website, I want to use chrome debugging. I have managed to jump through enough hoops to get my phone connected, but each time I want to begin, I have to type "chrome://inspect" into my browser bar. I dragged the favicon to my desktop and it made a link, but when I double clicked it, it complained about the protocol not having a handler. (I understand what a protcol is, in this case "chrome:" vs "http:" or "mailto:")
So, I made an HTML file and tried re-directing it to that URL. It seemed to do nothing. I created a bat file
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" "chrome://inspect" --new-window
It opens chrome, but does not open the desired page.
It seems that Chrome has this locked down for security.
Is there a quick way to access this page? Is there a quick way of accessing any / all "chrome:" protocol page(s)?