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When using Safari Web Inspector to debug your Titanium iOS apps, see Debugging iOS Apps with 3rd-party Tools for details!

Overview

Titanium SDK 3.0 enables Studio to initiate a debug session on an iOS device. Debugging on an iOS device involves the following steps:

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Note

Debugging on iOS devices is only supported on OS XmacOS. You must already be set up to run applications on your iOS device, as documented in Deploying to iOS devices.

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  • Be able to to install applications on your iOS device from Studio. (If you haven't installed an application on your device yet, review the steps in Deploying to iOS devices.)
  • Have Titanium SDK Release 3.0 or later installed.
  • Have Studio version 3.0 or later installed.
  • Connect the OS X machine Connect the macOS machine and the device to the same wireless (Wi-Fi) network. The debugger protocol runs over the network (a cable does not serve as an alternative).

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If you do not have a suitable Wi-Fi network available, you can create an ad-hoc network on your computer and connect to it using your device. See
OS X Mountain LionmacOS: Create a computer-to-computer network on the Apple Support site for directions on creating an ad-hoc network.

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Troubleshooting iOS On-Device Debugging Problems

Cannot See the iOS Device Option in the Debug Drop-Down Menu

  • Make sure the Titanium SDK selected in tiapp.xml is Release 3.0 or later.

iTunes Fails to Sync the Application to the Device After First Launch

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