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I've seen two issues related to this in this forum, but both 'resolutions' don't seem to be helping.
I am using PonyDebugger - and it works fantastically in the Simulator. However, when I move to debug on the device, I get a console output of "Debugger Failed". Stepping into this, the exact error is:
Error Domain=NSPOSIXErrorDomain Code=61 "The operation couldn’t be completed. Connection refused
I had started ponyd using the command ponyd serve --listen-interface=0.0.0.0, and the accepted all incoming connections after I was prompted.
ponyd serve --listen-interface=0.0.0.0
I've cleaned my project, deleted it from my phone, and every combination I can think of.
Does anyone have any ideas??? I'm at a loss.
In your console write ifconfig and get the ip address of your network interface. Then start ponyd with that ip:
ponyd serve --listen-interface=192.168.1.7 (in my case)
In your iOS app when also change the following line to match your computers ip address
[debugger connectToURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"ws://192.168.1.7:9000/device"]];
Also make sure that your device is on the same network as your computer.
as an alternative you could also use
ponyd serve --listen-interface=$(ipconfig getifaddr en0)
That is the trick. Make sure to put real device on WIFI. For some reason I kept thinking it would connect via the USB cable.
Put real device on same WIFI or same network as@mmdumi commented