How to debug an IOS app on your iphone?

  1. last week

    Is there a way to debug straight to your iphone, instead of using the emulator?

  2. Jason K

    Sep 13 Pre-Release Testers

    You can build the app with AdHoc deployment and see logs if you write to them when it is plugged into you computer/Xcode

  3. Horst J

    Sep 14 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe, Germany, Stuttgart

    Plug in your iPhone to your Mac, start Xcode, select "Menu => Windows => Devices and Simulators". Select your device from the list and click on "View Device Logs".

    Example:
    Date/Time: 2018-09-12 00:00:00 +0200
    OS Version: iPhone OS 11.4.1 (Build 15G77)
    Architecture: arm64
    Report Version: 19

    Event: disk writes
    Action taken: none
    Start time: 2018-09-12 00:00:00 +0200
    End time: 2018-09-13 00:00:00 +0200
    Duration: 86400s
    Steps: 252 (10.5 MB/step)

    Hardware model: iPhone10,6
    Active cpus: 6

    Binary Images:
    1 libxpc.dylib <05E40D46-2111-3A32-A4CD-B7AFC770B119> /usr/lib/system/libxpc.dylib
    2 <062BD1C4-0293-3010-B791-EB1A4D4DC93B>
    3 libsystem_pthread.dylib <07C87E38-74B7-3D12-8F0F-A331D8894B97>

    Another example for a crash:

    Version=4
    IncidentIdentifier=07EAED07-5FC7-4411-9F63-04215985CE97
    Date=2018-08-28;AP=15G77;BB=1.04.80;Model=D221AP;Machine=iPhone10,6
    22:42:41 +0200 DST [rm] reset: reason=** baseband crash detected;uptime=0;count=2;

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