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[iOS] Visual Studio debugger doesn't find iOS player process after building app with Xcode
How to reproduce:
1. Open the "debug.zip" project
2. Open the NewBehaviourScript.cs in Visual Studio
3. Build the project for iOS
4. Make sure the iOS device and computer are connected to the same Wi-Fi hotspot
5. Build & Launch the app on a device
6. In Visual Studio, try to attach debugger to the device (Run > Attach To Process)
Actual result: There is no iOS Player process found in processes list.
Expected result: iOS Player process is found in processes list.
Reproducible with: 2020.1.0a2, 2019.3.0b2, 2019.2.4f1, 2018.4.8f1, 2017.4.32f1.
Devices reproducible with:
- iPhone 8 Plus (iOS 12.0)
- iPad Pro (according to user)
Devices not reproducible with:
- iPhone 6S Plus (iOS 10.3.2)
- iPhone 6S Plus (iOS 11.4.1)
- iPhone 6 (iOS 12.2)
- iPhone 7 Plus (iOS 12.0)
- iPhone 8 (iOS 12.3.1)
- iPhone 8 Plus (iOS 12.2)
- iPhone X (iOS 11.3.1)
- iPhone XR (iOS 12.0)
- iPhone XS Max (iOS 12.3.1)
- iPad (iOS 11.2.1)
- iPad 5th gen (iOS 10.3.3)
- iPad (iOS 11.0)
- iPad Mini 2 (iOS 11.4.1)
- The process appears after the device is unplugged from Mac and the app is restarted.
- Profiler manages to find the player process.
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