Nav-view=“stage” field in Ionic does not get 'opacity: 1' on android

Im building an ionic app. when I run it on browser, the field [nav-view=“stage”] gets ‘opacity: 1’ that override its initialized ‘opacity:0’. But when I run it on an android device, I see white screen and the field [nav-view=“stage”] does not get ‘opacity 1’ and stuck with ‘opacity: 0’. I can override it with !important in the css file, but I was wondering if there is a better practice solution? something that takes care of javascript that suppose to change this value?

I’m getting the same issue on Nexus 5 (both simulating on Chrome and on the actual device) and I can’t find any information on why this property is added in the first place or what it’s there for

I’m having the same issue. Did you find a solution?