Xamarin/Android webview with jquery mobile css fails

Im building a webview app in xamarin/android and I made the minimum and target android version to be 4.2 jelly bean .
The app is working perfectly on my phone samsung duos 4.4.4 and on the emulator 4.4.2 but Im trying to test it on emulator running 4.2.2 ,it is not working and the application stops responding .
After so many tests ,I found that the issue seems to be occurring from the jquery.mobile-1.4.5.min.css .
If you remove the reference the app will work .
I tried older versions of the jquery mobile css ,but the issue is still there and it is simply can be seen if you reference them in a fresh new webview android solution .Below are the repro steps :

-Open Xamarin .
-File-->New-->Solution-->Android WebView App
-Now click run to test the application .
-Stop debugging and click on the Views folder on the left pane ,you should be able to see the RazorView.cshtml
-Open the RazorView.cshtml file
-Check the head tag ,it only has reference to the css file
-Now add references to the jquery mobile and its css from the below link
from the 'Copy-and-Paste Snippet for CDN-hosted files'
-Now run the app on 4.2 or 4.3 device or emulator,you will see a blank page with the loading icon spinning .
-Run the same on 4.4 emulator and it will work and display the default html page .

I did lots of research but I couldn't find any reported issue which is very strange  .Maybe the css has features that is not compatible with the webview but i cant tell what ,any ideas how to fix this .

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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Will your application work without the css from jquery? Maybe you could use your own style sheet instead.

You could try hosting the css files locally by downloading them. If you want to see what's causing you grief use the regular .css rather that the minified version (.min.css). Then regular .css is more readable and you can edit it to remove some of the styles to see if it helps.

ZIP File:

If you want to host the files yourself you can download a zip of all the files.

    Zip File: jquery.mobile-1.4.5.zip (JavaScript, CSS, images, and demos)

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