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Waiting for connection debug iOS

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Feb 17, 2017

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I am trying to connect and debug an iOS mobile with Adobe Flex (Flash)  Builder  version 4.7 .

I have done all needed including executing the telnet localhost 7935 check to see is the debugger is started properly on my windows 10 pc.

At my iOS mobile device also is the current debug version and when is started is shows the message "Adobe AIR: Waiting for Connection" and counting seconds.

So all seems ok , but at the end just nothing happen and they not connected.

Please for your help and advices

Is your iPhone in the same Wifi network? This is the only thing that I sometimes forget. They both need to be in the same network, the connection will not work through USB. Other than that I never had any issues.

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Waiting for connection debug iOS

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I am trying to connect and debug an iOS mobile with Adobe Flex (Flash)  Builder  version 4.7 .

I have done all needed including executing the telnet localhost 7935 check to see is the debugger is started properly on my windows 10 pc.

At my iOS mobile device also is the current debug version and when is started is shows the message "Adobe AIR: Waiting for Connection" and counting seconds.

So all seems ok , but at the end just nothing happen and they not connected.

Please for your help and advices

Is your iPhone in the same Wifi network? This is the only thing that I sometimes forget. They both need to be in the same network, the connection will not work through USB. Other than that I never had any issues.

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Feb 18, 2017

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Is your iPhone in the same Wifi network? This is the only thing that I sometimes forget. They both need to be in the same network, the connection will not work through USB. Other than that I never had any issues.

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Feb 18, 2017

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Yes , I have been  trying with USB  .

There are in the same network. Now I have tried through the wifi and it's working. But why was not possible with USB .

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One thing I have seen is that testing with USB can sometimes not work because it gets confused about what device is attached. It sometimes thinks it's another device on the wifi network.

I didn't try it, but would be interesting to see what happens if you turn off wifi when you have USB testing failures.

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