I’m unable to debug on iOS 14.2 devices. It deploys to a device fine, but can’t connect. I’ve tried a new iPad and an iPhone. I have tried using two different macs all with the same result. This is the last bits of the log:
Installation progress: 95% GeneratingApplicationMap
Deployment of app bundle successful.
Running /Applications/Fire.app/Contents/Resources/crossboxhelper --debug 00008020-00042DE20CE8402E 38366
RemObjects Elements CrossBoxHelper 1.42: Starting Debug Server on Device
Waiting for device: 00008020-00042DE20CE8402E
Developer disk image found in /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/DeviceSupport/14.2/DeveloperDiskImage.dmg
Setup progress: 30% Looking up DeveloperDiskImage.dmg
Setup progress: 95% Developer disk image mounted successfully
Error: AMDeviceStartService(com.apple.debugserver) | e8000022 (-402653150)
DetailedError: The service is invalid. (kAMDInvalidServiceError)
I wonder if it’s related to the fact that even the app (a DA client) isn’t able to connect to the server either (all works fine on older iOS), so I’m thinking maybe something has changed that I’ve missed in the networking. I also tried creating a new project in Fire (simple iOS template) with the same result.
I’ve been testing on a device rather than simulator as I also seem to have lost my list of simulators on the main mac I use, using Fire (they are there in Xcode) and I’m not sure why, though that will be a separate issue.