Quasar stopped building iOS after Build success
I tried to run my App for debugging it on iPhone 5s Device but its stopped always at this point
** BUILD SUCCEEDED ** No target specified for emulator. Deploying to undefined simulator app:cordova-conf Updated Cordova config.xml +2ms app:cordova-conf Updated AppDelegate.m +0ms
I tried to do that with Xcode and the App worked without problems, and with
cordova run ios
worked too, but i want to start the app as debugger Build with Quasar
So pls help!!
There was a bug on Cordova related to this.
First, make sure you have cordova v9+ installed. If this doesn’t solves the problem, do an npm upgrade in
/src-cordova. If this doesn’t works, check the settings on your iPhone device (something blocking the install on it?). If this doesn’t works, then uninstall any previous app that you had with same name. If this doesn’t works, then you need to manually specify an emulator target:
$ quasar dev -m cordova -T ios -e iPhone-X,com.apple.CoreSimulator.SimRuntime.iOS-12-2 # or: $ quasar dev -m cordova -T ios -e iPhone-X
Also, make sure that you are running the latest version of
this works but just for simulator, but i need to debugging on my iPhone Device
‘No target specified for emulator. Deploying to iPhone-XR, 12.2 simulator’
i tryed to do that with
’ quasar dev -m cordova -T ios --device’
but ther is still the same Problem
@rami-almofleh Make sure you have your phone connected with a cable to your dev machine, that while you issue the quasar command it’s unlocked, and that you have accepted the dev machine on your phone (there’s a prompt for that first time you when you install something on it). Also, do you have a provisioning profile created and added to the XCode project?
Also, does iTunes pops up when you connect your iOS to your dev machine through cable?
@rstoenescu after log time of searching i found the solution
that was my “Microsoft mouse” i unplugged it and it worked now
that was crazy but worked!!!
Thank you for your Help!
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