My Android App consists of two Screens: "Login" and "Dashboard". The Login works just fine but the Dashboard is a troublemaker.
On the Login Screen I can open the debug menu and everything works as expected. When I switch to the Dashboard screen I cannot open the menu anymore. If I enabled the Inspector in the Login screen and then go to the Dashboard screen, the Inspector disappears.
When I run the App without an attached debugger I get no Data in the Dashboard but the Login works as usual.
When I attach the debugger the App gets "stuck" a lot. By clicking the screen (with attached debugger) when it is "stuck" the App sort of moves a step forward - When i click the screen often enough I end up with all the data I was expecting! There are NO breakpoints set and I don't need to use the debugger at all, it just has to be attached.
The iOS counterpart seems to work just perfectly fine.
What could be wrong here?
Im using React-Native 0.31.0
Just to clarify: My problem is not the debugger in itself. My problem is the fact, that I get no data without debugger but get all the data, when the debugger is attached (on Android only!).