I think the problem is that it is taking too long to download the external libraries and WebView in Android tries to execute other things when they haven't properly loaded.
What you need to do is place the jquery-ui files in the workflow/public_html directory and load them from there. In a Linux server:
wget http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.4/themes ... ery-ui.css
Then, in your "external libs" property of the DynaForm:
As for activating the Chrome debugger with the ProcessMaker App, did you activate the option Settings > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging
in Android? Did you connect your Android device with your PC using a USB cable? On my Android device (using Android 6.0), when I swipe down from the top, I see the message: "USB debugging connected: Touch to disable debugging." Maybe you need to a touch to enable debugging.
When you are in your Chrome browser on your PC, you need to press F12 to open the Chrome Dev Tools. Then in the debugger, go to
... (three vertical dots in the upper right corner) > More tools > Inspect devices ...
A dialog box should open in the Chrome debugger. The name of your Android device should be listed on the left side and it should say "Connected". If there are multiple connected devices to the PC, then click on the device running the ProcessMaker App. Then, click on the Inspect
button on the right side of the dialog box.
A separate window should open in Chrome which displays the WebView screen of the Android device in the left panel. In the right panel, click on the Console
tab to see any error messages in the ProcessMaker App.
Amos B. Batto ♦ ProcessMaker Technical Documentation Writer & Forum Manager ♦ Cofounder of ILLA (http://www.illa-a.org)